Spiking.com is delusional and a scam
Spiking.com is a scam! It claims to use AI to track insider information for stock trading but in reality, it just uses a simple algorithm to consolidate publicly available information into their app. The subscription fee is $1.9k a year, and the 2 to 3 days of online training is not worth it. Their analysis to track stock spiking is misleading, and one of their methods to pick stocks is using net purchases, which is unreliable. The students in their private group post profits but none post losses, and 90% students lose money playing options. For newbies, it is recommended to paper trade for 3 months or use very small amounts to experience it first.
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