Commodity Trading Guru Ken Roberts’ left a lot of loose ends before he folded his worldly empire and left for who-knows-where.
His TWMPMM series of trading courses which have been condensed and rewritten with the complete picture in view are due to come available for free within two weeks of this writing on Associated Content and the same text will be offered on eBay as a course in money making to the same group of people left hanging when Ken fled the scene in 2004.
For those who remember Ken Roberts, he first appeared in 1996 on the Art Bell Coast to Coast Radio Show with a set of Commodity Markets trading courses he called The World’s Most Powerful Money Manual. His courses caught the inspiration of thousands of common people worldwide and Ken sold millions of dollars worth of courses on how to invest in futures markets.
Over the span of about 8 years Ken tried to develop the understanding that he was first a spiritual man and only dabbled in wealth but it turned out Ken left spirituality after cashing out of all his major assets and shutting down all of his companies.later in 2004.
But that does not mean that Ken did not have something to offer. He had it all right there, he just needed to put it together. But Ken Roberts really needed to walk his talk. The probable main reason for his downfall was the way he waffled on major statements and preferences he had made early on. It was no wonder Ken Roberts pulled up stakes to be alone and cashed out of billions of dollars in assets to “…do a little reading and writing.” He had lost himself and couldn’t face his audience anymore.
Having spent 8 years studying Ken’s theories and even relocating to Ken’s hometown in Grants Pass, Oregon, this author would not let it rest. Thousands of people knew Ken was on to something with TWMPMM but just not what and just not how.
This rewritten analysis takes the whole picture as presented by Ken Roberts originally and applies it to the real world in the present moment. The result is a complete picture with timely advice to prove its worth.