Hello and welcome to my review of The 1450 Club.
I discovered The 1450 Club while browsing the Money Map Press website. The man behind it, Andrew Keene, says you could “collect triple-digit windfalls” and that in just 1 hour a day, 4 days a week, you could grow your net worth 50X.
Sounds exciting, but those are some pretty bold claims.
So I decided to take a closer look to see if it was legitimate or some kind of scam. Because you never can be too careful these days, it’s very easy for someone to make bold claims, but whether or not they actually deliver is another story.
Anyway, what I found was that The 1450 Club thankfully isn’t a scam. It’s a legitimate service headed up by Andrew Keene that’s aimed at helping subscribers make money trading.
As a member of The 1450 Club, you get access to four Live trading sessions a week that last for about an hour a day. And within that time, Andrew says you get three opportunities to collect 100%, 250%, 500% (or more) a day. Of course, there are no guarantees, but it is a legit service.
Don’t get me wrong, Andrew shares some great training, tips and resources to help you make money trading the market. And he trades live so he’s “in the trenches” with you so to speak.
But at the end of the day, you’re still just trading based on someone’s opinion. Which in some ways might reduce the risk given how knowledgable he is, but nobody is right all of the time. And if (or should I say when) something doesn’t go as planned, you could end up losing money.
So while I do think this could be a great service for the right person, I also think it’s important to understand that, as with any type of trading, nothing is guaranteed and that there are some very real risks involved. Things can change very rapidly when it comes to trading.
What Is The 1450 Club?
The 1450 Club is a $5,000 per year trading service developed by Andrew Keene, who works with a company called Money Map Press.
Andrew is an expert trader who has apparently made millions of dollar trading the market, and by joining the service he shows you the trades he’s placing so that you can model what he’s doing and (hopefully) make lots of money.
According to Andrew, The 1450 Club service is based on the S.C.A.N algorithm he developed.
Which apparently looks at millions of trades each day that are taking place on Wall Street in order to discover “hidden opportunities” to profit. Apparently, S.C.A.N detects small groups of “possible insiders making mysterious trades shortly after the market opens.”
And once he finds these trades he shares them subscribers.
Which, according to Andrew, could make you 50X your net worth or more with triple-digit gains on a weekly basis. And all within just an hour a day, four days a week.
Sounds pretty amazing. I mean, given Andrew’s track record of success and the reputation of Money Map Press, the potential to make money here is pretty darn exciting.
But regardless of the system you’re using, or the “trading guru” behind it, there’s always a high level of risk involved when it comes to trading.
And it’s no secret that most traders end up in the red.
In fact, according to many experts, over 95% of traders end up losing their money. Which is a little concerning, to say the least. I mean, at that rate, you’d probably be better off at a casino.
So, hopefully The 1450 Club can help tip the odds in your favor.
Either way, l think it’s important to be realistic and consider the potential risks involved, especially since it’s your money on the line. Because whichever way you cut it – trading is risky.
How Does The 1450 Club Work?
The way The 1450 Club works is pretty straightforward.
The idea is to signup for $5K on the Money Map Press website, which gives you access to Andrew Keene’s trading system, which includes four weekly trading sessions within his virtual trading room.
According to Andrew, his method is based on his proprietary S.C.A.N algorithm.
Which stands for:
- Spot the tell
- Confirm the signal
- Automate and execute
- Net worth boosted
The first step is all about spotting potential insiders trading on a “sure thing.” It’s basically about trying to discover what the “smart money” is doing.
The second step is about predicting how much momentum the stock has.
The third step is where you setup the trade.
And the fourth step is the part where you hopefully make a profit from the trade.
The good thing about The 1450 Club is that it’s not just about following the trades Andrew is placing, although that is a big part of it.
Andrew also provides some training (Fast Track to Financial Freedom training series) which helps to educate you on how to properly trade the market.
And I do think this is important because blindly following someone else’s trading, without knowing what it is that you are actually doing, is a recipe for disaster in my view.
In any case, when you boil it all down, the main benefit of the service is getting access to Andrew’s trading strategy and the trades he’s placing on a regular basis. So you are putting a lot of faith in Andrew Keene himself, that his recommendations are going to pay off as well as he says they will.
And maybe they will, but there are no guarantees either. So I guess as long as you go into this understanding the potential risks involved, it could be an exciting and lucrative endeavor.
Who Is Andrew Keene?
Andrew Keene is the man behind The 1450 Club and he works with a company called Money Map Press which is the company actually selling the membership.
He’s also a professional trader with an impressive track record. According to his Money Map Press profile page, he was one of the biggest market makers at the world’s largest options market, the Chicago Board Options Exchange.
And he achieved multimillionaire status before he even hit 30.
But it wasn’t all rainbows and sunshine. The story goes he lost it all within a few months and ended up at a Buddhist temple in Thailand, which is where he discovered S.C.A.N. And he says this helped him turn his last $100K into $5 million within a couple years.
Today, he shares his trading strategy with subscribers of The 1450 Club, as well as other insights, through the Money Map Press website and many people speak highly of his services.
Is The 1450 Club Legitimate?
The 1450 Club isn’t a scam, it’s a real service that’s aimed at helping subscribers make money trading within just one hour per day, four days per week.
However, as with any type of trading, there’s a fair amount of risk involved.
I mean, if you follow Andrew’s advice and place trades that go according to plan, you win. But if you place trades that go against you, which will happen at some point, you lose.
There’s not a single trader on the planet who wins every time. So when it comes to trading, what you’re hoping is that your wins outweigh your losses over time.
It’s that simple, really. So if you do buy this service, understand that you are going to lose money at some point. The only question is when and how much.
Either way, as exciting as the thought of making quick and easy money is, I personally wouldn’t sign up to this expecting to get rich quick. I think that would be a huge mistake.
Even though there is a lot of opportunity to make money trading, especially when you’re listening to experts like Andrew, that doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed to make money.
Andrew is a knowledgeable trader who shares a great deal of value with his members. So it’s possible that by following his system could end up making a lot of money.
On the other hand, there’s a high level of risk involved in trading and you’re essentially just following what someone else is doing. Which sounds good in theory, especially since Andrew is an expert, but it’s always important to know what you’re doing if you want to be successful.
So if you do decide to join, it would make sense to educate yourself diligently both with the information Andrew provides and from sources outside The 1450 Club. So that you can be more confident in what you are doing and give yourself a greater chance of success.
Which matters when you consider how low the success rate of trading is.
In any case, what you decide to do is up to you.
I’m not affiliated with the The 1450 Club, so my aim with this review was never to convince you to join, or not join, the service. As always, my aim was to simply share my opinion to help you make a more informed choice either way.