Folks, you really don't even need to do any research on Jon or Pete Najarian to realize they are used car salesmen. Just look at their cheesey clothing and jewelry.
And once you hear Jon Najarian's sleazy, snake oil pitch (in the video below) it should be apparent he's trying to appeal to low-income, low-IQ, naive and desperate individuals who have no idea about investing or trading.
After all, that would be the best group to market to if you have no real skills or valuable insights because they won't ever realize it.
Folks, you know the saying...."You are judged by the company you keep."
Not only was Najarian promoting the self-proclaimed "Crypto King" John Caruso in the videos below, take note the other Jewish clowns and cons he invited to his event (Peter Schiff, Jim Cramer, Kevin O'Leary and Pete Najarian).
That's right. Every single one of these cons is Jewish.
Why aren't any Gentiles involved?
Like all of the other Jews promoted in the media as experts, the Najarians are clowns who leverage free media exposure to make money based on a manufactured perception that they are experts. The reality is very different. I've been exposing this type of fraud for more than a decade.
The featured speakers at Najarian's event are not investment or trading experts. They're not investment authorities.They media celebrities. And they spend most of their time in sales and marketing in order to create the perception of expertise. They are snake oil salesmen.
That should tell you the crowd Najarian was targeting; naive suckers who aren't able to realize the difference between a media celebrity who focuses on sales and marketing versus a real expert who has a long history of proven performance.
Think about the exposure Caruso was able to get by teaming up with Najarian. Don't think Najarian simply featured Caruso at his event in Vegas. He was telling the world that Caruso was some kind of crypto money machine for several months.
Given the criminal background of Caruso, I think it's advisable to conclude that Jon Najarian should never be trusted in any capacity for anything given that he never even bothered to run a simple background check on a guy he associated his business with.
In the future I will be publishing much more detail on Jon Najarian's promotion of John Caruso, a cryptocurrency scammer who was running a Ponzi scheme.
I'm also going to go over Najarian's terrible trading service which I believe is engaged in fraudulant marketing tactics.
For now, you should note that neither Jon nor Pete Najarian has any professional trading or investment management experience as far as I am aware. Yet, they have been promoted on CNBC and elsewhere as trading and options experts for well over a decade. Ask yourself why.
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