Four Day Profit Cycle Review (Is It The Real Deal?)

Hello and welcome to my review of Four Day Profit Cycle.

I discovered Tom Gentile’s Four Day Profit Cycle through an email someone sent me about making lots of money trading within a very short period of time.

That led me to a video of Tom Gentile, who says you can 10X your money in just four months using his technique, starting out with just one single trade per week.

That’s a fairly bold claim.

But I was curious, so I decided to take a closer look.

And what I found was that, despite some obvious hype, it is a legitimate trading service, and Tom Gentile is a real trading guru. However, I personally wouldn’t join expecting to get rich quick. Becoming a successful trader takes time, and no system will ever change that.

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That said, Four Day Profit Cycle could be worth checking out if you want to learn how to trade using Tom’s unique options trading strategy, which I’ll be explaining in this review.

What Is Four Day Profit Cycle?

Four Day Profit Cycle is essentially a video presentation used by Tom Gentile to sell an advisory service he runs called Weekly Cash Clock.

So, as confusing as it may seem, you can’t actually buy Four Day Profit Cycle.

As you progress past the initial video presentation, and onto the order page, you will learn that what this is really about is joining Weekly Cash Clock for $1,995. The “Four Day Profit Cycle” thing is essentially just a marketing campaign to generate more sales.

That said, the trading strategy you learn as a Weekly Cash Clock member involves swing trading, where you place trades that last for several days at a time.

And according to Tom, most trades only last for about four days.

Hence the name of the presentation.

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The main idea behind the service is to help regular people, who don’t really know anything about trading, take a small account (he says $150 is enough to get started with) and 10X it within four months. Which Tom says is possible just by following his one weekly trade idea.

Throughout the presentation, he emphasizes that making big money as a trader doesn’t have to be difficult or take much time, as long as you join his service.

How Does Four Day Profit Cycle Work?

The first step in getting started is to join Weekly Cash Clock for $1,995.

Remember, Four Day Profit Cycle isn’t a program in and of itself, it’s a sales presentation for Weekly Cash Clock. Which is an advisory service run by a company called Money Map Press and Tom Gentile, an investing guru who works for them.

In any case, once you join the service, you get access to one new options trade idea each week from Tom, which he says lasts for about four days, and can deliver 50%-100% gains.

So the idea is to just follow Tom’s trades each week to (hopefully) 10X your money within four months. Of course, there are no guarantees, but that’s the idea.

On top of this, you also get access to a bunch of resources to help you become a successful trader as part of your Weekly Cash Clock subscription. For example, weekly videos where Tom explains the reasoning behind his trades, video training and member-only reports.

Not to mention, as part of the service, members receive regular email and SMS alerts about what’s happening with Tom’s trade recommendations, so you know when to buy and sell.

Who’s Tom Gentile – Legit Trading Guru?

Tom Gentile
Tom Gentile

Tom Gentile is the man behind Four Day Profit Cycle and Weekly Cash Clock, among other services, and he’s a professional trader with more than 30 years of experience.

Tom got his start in 1986 while living in his parents basement, he’s basically a self-taught millionaire. And after years of learning and experience, he became known as “America’s number one pattern trader” (AKA pattern day trader).

A pattern trader is someone who places four or more trades during a five day period, within a margin account.

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And Tom has mastered this, which is why many refer to him as an expert in the field. But he’s also known for developing some of the most technologically advanced trading systems in the world. Which is why many of his programs involve his unique software.

Not only has he helped many people who have joined his programs, but he has been featured on many reputable networks over the years such as Bloomberg, CNBC and Fox Business.

So, long story short, Tom Gentile is definitely legit.

And he works with a company called Money Map Press, which is one of the most well-known and respected companies in the financial publishing space, so I think that’s a real credit to him.

Is Four Day Profit Cycle Worth It?

Four Day Profit Cycle (AKA Weekly Cash Clock) is a real service provided by a real trading guru, who works for one of the most respected financial publishing companies in the world.

As a member, you get access to everything you need to learn Tom’s unique trading strategy and follow the trades he recommends on a week to week basis.

Which, for the most part, involves swing trading stock options.

Swing trading is simply a term used to describe trades that last for multiple days, or even weeks. And options trading allows you to speculate on price movements in the market, with leverage, without owning the underlying stock.

On the plus side, this can be a great way to turn a small stake into large gains, within a relatively short period of time. Which is no doubt why many people like options trading.

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On the other hand, trading options can be particularly risky. And if you lose a trade, you don’t get to keep the underlying stock, so the downside can be much greater.

So it may be worth checking out if you like the idea of trading options, but I personally would not go into this expecting to get rich quickly or without understanding the risks involved.

Make no mistake – there are no guarantees.

The only guarantee is that Tom will give you the chance to see a profit. He doesn’t (and cannot) guarantee anyone will make any money at all. And given the inherent risks involved with trading, there’s even a chance you could end up losing money.