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Most people know Sean Hyman from his regular appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg Television, but what they don?t know is that Sean is a former pastor, and that his secret to investing is woven within the Bible.

Perhaps that can explain why, despite his uncanny ability to predict precise moves in the stock market, Sean is often laughed at for his unique stance on investing.

For example . . . a few months ago Sean appeared on Bloomberg Television. At that time, Best Buy (BBY) was dropping to all-time lows of $16 a share. Sean predicted the stock could go down to $11 a share, and would then quickly rebound to $25 per share, and after that would rally to $40 per share over the next year.

Another commentator on the show actually mocked Sean for his stance, saying ?$40 on Best Buy? If that?s the case Apple (AAPL) is going to $1,500. That?s the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard!? (Editor?s Note: At the time, Apple was trading at $650 per share).

Within a few weeks, Sean would receive the last laugh.

Best Buy dropped down to $11.20 a share and has since rebounded to $30 a share, continuing its path to $40 . . . exactly as Sean predicted. (Ironically, Apple has dropped down to about $400 per share).

During a recent private dinner with Sean, once he?d blessed the food, I wasted no time asking him what his secret is for investing so successfully.

I expected Sean to say that it was his years of experience at Charles Schwab or perhaps one of the complicated algorithms he uses for timing the stock market.

Most people know Sean Hyman from his regular appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg Television, but what they don?t know is that Sean is a former pastor, and that his secret to investing is woven within the Bible.

Perhaps that can explain why, despite his uncanny ability to predict precise moves in the stock market, Sean is often laughed at for his unique stance on investing.

For example . . . a few months ago Sean appeared on Bloomberg Television. At that time, Best Buy (BBY) was dropping to all-time lows of $16 a share. Sean predicted the stock could go down to $11 a share, and would then quickly rebound to $25 per share, and after that would rally to $40 per share over the next year.

Another commentator on the show actually mocked Sean for his stance, saying ?$40 on Best Buy? If that?s the case Apple (AAPL) is going to $1,500. That?s the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard!? (Editor?s Note: At the time, Apple was trading at $650 per share).

Within a few weeks, Sean would receive the last laugh.

Best Buy dropped down to $11.20 a share and has since rebounded to $30 a share, continuing its path to $40 . . . exactly as Sean predicted. (Ironically, Apple has dropped down to about $400 per share).

During a recent private dinner with Sean, once he?d blessed the food, I wasted no time asking him what his secret is for investing so successfully.

I expected Sean to say that it was his years of experience at Charles Schwab or perhaps one of the complicated algorithms he uses for timing the stock market.

So when Sean responded that his secret to investing was the Bible, I was thoroughly shocked.

Yes, I knew Sean was a Christian (anyone who spends more than 1 minute with him will pick that up!). However, people usually keep their faith separate from things like . . . investing.

But not Sean.

For Sean, the Bible is his FOUNDATION for investing.

He explained to me how there is actually a ?Biblical Money Code? woven into Scripture.

Sean says it is this Biblical Money Code that took him from making a mere $15,000 a year to now giving away up to $50,000 a year. Sean also credits this code with helping him turn his father?s $40,000 retirement account into $396,000.

Certain investment titans, Sean says, such as Warren Buffett and John Templeton, have already used this code to amass billions.

What Sean had to say impressed me so much that I asked him to put a presentation together that reveals how anyone could use this ?Biblical Money Code.?

I?ve personally watched this presentation several times and it is already spreading virally.

During the video, Sean uses the teachings of King Solomon, Jesus of Nazareth, and the Apostle Paul to show how anyone can get out of debt . . . make sound investments . . . and morally build substantial wealth.

Sean even reveals a ?debilitating ?financial sin? that blinds many . . . and could be costing you up to 41% of your life savings at this very moment.? What?s so deceiving about this sin is how innocent and safe it appears at first.

And at the end, he finishes up with his ?12-12-12 plan for investing.? This is a simple step-by-step plan to go from being a saver, to an investor, to a philanthropist.

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compl3x

I thought this whole "Bible Code" thing was long ago debunked as nonsense? I suppose only skeptics got the memo.

 

 

I guess milking the ignorant never goes out of style. Throw in a holy book and you've got a long line of suckers ready to hand over their cash to learn your God? approved secrets.

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Hum

I must cry BS on this one.

 

This is a thinly disguised advertisement for Hyman's moneymaking course.

 

If he is such a wealthy investor, why is he trying to get my money ...

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McKay

Surely if he'd made it publically known he thought they'd rebound at $11 a share, people would have begun buying when it reached that amount?

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Growled

I would laugh at this but Jews do have the reputation as being wealthy and shrewd businessmen. So who knows.

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Torolol

Surely if he'd made it publically known he thought they'd rebound at $11 a share, people would have begun buying when it reached that amount?

I would say its the self-fullfilling prophecy, which can be done by any 'prophet' who have the appropriate powers either financially, politically, or religious influence over the masses.

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Praetor

looks like a scam to me; funny how these "successful business" mans always have some sort of secret formula to get rich and are very happy to sell that in a form of a book, course or investment, for a small payment; they are the ones who get rich with those scams, not the average joe.

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