Many websites claim to have the secret formula to the stock market. StockMarketFunding.com isn't the first one, but if you use common sense you'll be able to answer the following question that rips a hole in every scammers trap, if you have a proprietary system that correctly predicts trends up and down allowing you to profit from them seamlessly, which Mario Marciano repeatedly claims, why are you charging people $12,500 a year? Mario Marciano couldn't answer that question and neither can any other scam artist. If your system was 100% accurate you would be a billionaire! End of story. You wouldn't need anyone else's money because your system in effect would be a printing press. Let's wake up, websites like stockmarketfunding.com are at the very least committing false advertising and at the worst perpetrating a scam. If you watch Mario's videos he repeatedly claims his proprietary system called the April high in the stock market, the July low and more recently his service called the upward move of the past week. If all of this is true then why are these disclaimers hidden on his website? "Indemnification. You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless SMF its parent, affiliates and their respective directors, officers, employees and agents from and against any and all claims, actions, suits or proceedings, as well as any and all losses, liabilities, damages, costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys fees) arising out of or accruing from any action taken by you contrary to the warning provided in this Risk Disclosure. It is understood that you are solely responsible for your trading practices and that your use of SMF's web page is for education and entertainment purposes only....The past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of futures results." Essentially your paying $12,500 to be "educated" on the stock market, more like taken advantage of and fleeced. Even though Mr. Marciano claims his live trades can be found on his website they are very well hidden as I still can't find them. Ask questions and probe maybe you'll come to a different conclusion then mine, but I'm confident after doing your own background check on StockMarketFunding.com you'll come to a similar conclusion, SMF is a scam.