Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Scam Dogs and Mo-Mo Mamas: Inside the Wild and Woolly World of Internet Stock Trading

Product DescriptionMeet new leaders of the XXI-century market shares each trade a bag of Internet legend. Each cyber-guru of the vanguard of the millions of people and talk about trading stocks online. Each enemy with legions of fans eager and determined, and the ability to make stock prices plummet or jump-with the click of a mouse. Colorful, charismatic and often scandalous, are redefining the way we invest and how Wall Street. Dogs and M. scam. . More>>

Scam Dogs and Mo-Mo Mamas: Inside the Wild and Woolly World of Internet Stock Trading

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5 Responses to “Scam Dogs and Mo-Mo Mamas: Inside the Wild and Woolly World of Internet Stock Trading”
  1. Anonymous says:

    Wild type, many of them are copies of the email fool between the parties. And to call a fool is to be kind. Many Blab blah blah and not much Nitty Gritty; ideas little or no net trade. One of those “empty calories books” to leave hungry after you finish. Rating: 2 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    Myself, I have little out of this book. Rating: 1 / 5

  3. looks great on the sides the secret of Internet commerce. Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Anonymous says:

    If you do not know about the Internet stock gurus like Tokyo Joe and Amr “Tony” Elgindy, this is not a bad place to learn (and take warning.) These two colors swindlers with a gift for self promotion and disregard for ethics is the most interesting aspect of the book. But there is not much space devoted to fluff than just interesting time (IQ in single digits Big Dog, recipes Janice Shell …) And it is not worth preserving in print. And there is no mention of any of the good people with integrity who share views online investment – yes, they are hard to find, but there! I was a member of Silicon Investor since 1996, I have seen most of what is described in this book as it happened, plus a whole lot more. I have a real investment education from what I read there, but none of my “teachers” is mentioned in this book. Where are the little guys who lose money buying when Tokyo Big Dog Mex and are selling? I would like to hear their stories. There is a moral of the story, Emshwiller makes clear how the Internet is a boon to the underbelly of the capital markets and how the SEC is strangely reluctant to devote resources to clean more than symbolic dirt. But I doubt that many people are going to launch this book in anger and call your congressman. Rating: 3 / 5

  5. sf mommy 99 says:

    Emshwiller is the man! I’ve always liked talking to him and the love of his inside perspective on this. Rating: 4 / 5

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