Michael Parness Reviews

About Michael Parness

Michael Parness is a stock market trader who has developed some very popular trading courses and products.  He is known as the "rags to riches millionaire" because at one point he was actually living on the streets.

With no formal education Michael Parness was able to turn a few thousand dollars into a couple million, making him one of the greatest stock market success stories.  He has used that story and others to promote his growing list of financial training materials.

Currently, Michael Parness's products include "Trend Trading to Win," " Rule the Freaking Markets," and "How I Turned $33,000 into $7 million in Fifteen Months – and Here’s How You Can, Too.”

His website, www.Trendfund.com, offers customers additional resources for trading information and guidance.  Members have access to chatrooms, professional advice, news, and discursions of the latest economic trends.

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They should invent negative stars for this clown

Reviewed By Rory P on May 6, 2013, Queens, NY

A complete and total rip off. His free book and DVD are worth less than the cost to print them, which by the quality is likely less than a $1.

When you get his book and DVD they give you number to a bunch of scum that call and hound you into buying mentoring with them for thousands and thousands of dollars. I think they told me 12,000 but some one here said 6500?

What the cost, it;s still a gigantic scam, because Michael Parness is a complete liar. He can't make money trading and he was reprimanded by the NFA just a few months ago for defrauding investors with false claims about performance. You can read about it on the NFA website, but Michael Parness will never mention it himself.

Stay far away from this clown if you want to keep your money.
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Bought The Tapes ... 12 Years Ago

Reviewed By Kent on April 21, 2013, Illinois

It is sad to see all the negative reviews. I found the tapes and subsequent course to valuable (although overpriced) information that, at that time was not readily available (to me) elsewhere. I took the course, but I had no portfolio to trade with, could not give up my "day" job, and never could get my head around the concepts of options, calls, puts, etc.

Last week, I read something that "clicked" for me ... and much of what Waxie & Tiny had taught on the psychology of trading/other traders kicked in for me. Sure, that's a long time apart, but in my case I had suffered a traumatic brain injury that has been years in recovery.

Two days ago, I decided to "paper trade" options for the first time. I vaguely remembered some of what had been taught. In my first day, I traded some from a Waxie & Tiny perspective and some from a more traditional perspective. I intentionally allowed some of my trades to "transition" from their style to conventional style ... all in the realm of testing and trial by observation.

Well, the results were overall positive, and beyond what I had expected ... until I transitioned and gave a large portion of it back. Applying and not applying what they had taught me, I realized a bit more about how the psychology of my own trading and that of the market could play to my favor and against me.

Sure, it has been a long time since I took the course, and I've never put it into practice in real life yet. I've been reviewing CBOE and other sites now and can see how much has changed. Much of the technical information that was learned in the course ... YUP, it is now available elsewhere. But, the psychological aspect that is included in what Waxie & Tiny were trying to get across to people is something that I've not found elsewhere ... and it took me till this week for it to "sink in" along with something else that triggered a bit of an "Ah-ha" moment.

Again ... it sounds like some things may have gone awry over the years, which is sad to hear, but even after all these years and a traumatic brain injury, the taught me something that ... FINALLY ... is beginning to resonate with me. More paper trading, CBOE studies, strategy development, practice and discipline to follow. But despite the bad press and seemingly poor business practices people have mentioned ... the read into the psychology of trading is likely something you won't hear presented the way Waxie presented it.

It can sound like a "whack job" to those of us who think straightforward, analytically and objectively ... I get that. Yet, I still would recommend finding an old book or two of his for the psychological aspect of trading insight.

My guess is that he became a victim of his own "failure to heed" what he had written and got himself on the other side of the greed equation to his own demise and is now in a very different place than when I got the tapes/course many years ago.

I'm glad I took the course (albeit overpriced) "back in the day" ... and will incorporate aspects of it as I look to re-enter the market (brain injury recovery continuing to progress). I know longer have the course materials, but will try to find an old copy (i.e. cheap) to revisit it after all these years and my recent "Ah-ha" moment.

Again, sad to hear what would seem to be such a demise (Tiny left) into "Shysterville" (based on many of these reviews), but there may be some nuggets from the remnants of old.

HTH & GL to all ...

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Rory P
May 06, 2013

It's just a shame that he will always find more sheep to skin. He has no idea how to run a business and should not be able to get away with what he does.

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Scumbag

Reviewed By Cheryl on April 8, 2013, kansas city

Michael Parness drained my account of $800 after I purchased a book he was selling 2 years ago. I happened to be out of town when he continued to use my credit card. Do not do business with him. I have the banking information. I called the company and they refused to refund the money. I had to put a stop payment on my account and had to change my bank account.

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Rory P
May 07, 2013

He did that? No surprise with the other shenanigans he pulls.

James
September 02, 2013

Cheryl,
You probably unknowingly also signed up for a membership that was free for a period that you had to cancel to stop being charged. It's happened to me before with other companies and I accept the blame for not understanding the deal. It's a common and legal practice done by; cable and credit card companies, magazine subscriptions etc. Take responsibility and pay up.

kay
December 02, 2013

Free is free , no excuses for scumbags like Parness

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Beware

Reviewed By G Smith on March 14, 2013, Florida

Just received in a plain envelope, a page from a fake newspaper, with sticky note attached saying "G, thought you would like this free book". The note "appeared" to be from a friend. Obviously a scam. Please beware.

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Gallaghar,J
March 15, 2013

I have recieved the same,30 day free trial promise. however when I callee back they asked me to pay $6700 for coaching,

Rory P
May 12, 2013

They must have started you off small. I was told 12,000

Stephen G
June 12, 2013

Rory P,
Are you Michael's brother?

Dave G
August 11, 2013

Wow..I was like..what newspaper is this? I saw the National Futures Assoc. nailed this guy....and the newspaper is fake..amazing scam and I wonder how these guys just keep going and going..wow.

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michael parness, trend trading

Reviewed By wayne on February 28, 2013, mesquite,tx

I tried , the system for 27 days, the system does not work, i sent an email to cancel service to the trend trading website. i then calledthe number on my credit card after i was charged 67 dollars. they said that they only cancel by phone. would not refund the money.
return email said i got through affilate no refund.

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