Greetings, stalker. Here you can learn more about who I am and what I do.
I grew up in the south-eastern region of Australia (state of Victoria). Whoopie.
Up until grade 6, I wanted to be a scientist. I just wanted to learn more about how things worked. I often pulled apart mechanical and electronic devices.
Life was quite normal. Nothing remarkable about it.
From around grade 6 to about year 12 in high school, I aimed to be a pilot in the Air Force. I still maintained a strong interest in science – particularly physics.
My interest in physics was to develop “free energy” technology. Perhaps what interested me most was its potential to improve the quality of life, for many people. I’ll explain more about my research in this field later.
From around year 10 in high school (around 1992), I began flying light planes (mostly the Cessna 152, 172, and PA-28). This was mostly at Moorabbin airport, which is near Melbourne City. I continued flying for a few years, until I finished high school.
At this stage, my main intention was still to become a RAAF pilot (air force). I completed the required courses in physics and mathematics, with qualifying grades. The position I sought in the air force was extremely competitive, with only 10 new entrants in Australia each year.
I attempted to join two years in a row. On my second attempt, I reached the selection board, which is the final part of the selection process. This is where you’re interviewed by senior officers, and do final testing.
Ultimately they preferred other applicants. However, they offered me a position as an Intelligence Officer, which was my second choice. But I declined, and continued my civilian studies. Retrospectively, I’m glad I didn’t pursue a military career. I’d rather not drop bombs on some poor Afghan guy and his goat, who I’d never met.
RMIT Applied Physics Course
After high school, I was accepted to RMIT in Melbourne City to study Applied Physics.
This was not because I wanted a “career” in physics. I only wanted to develop “free energy” technology. If you’ve heard “free energy” doesn’t exist, consider the sun is free. Solar energy is free. And that was all part of what I wanted to develop. Although I was looking more at the lesser-known technologies, which had a broader range of capabilities including vehicle propulsion, and even medicine.
At around the same time I started the course, the first casino in my state opened. I frequently played, mostly for fun with my friends. My main interest was roulette. I had my own “systems”, although initially they were typical losing systems. Still I won most of the time, because I used betting progression.
Eventually I learned the Applied Physics course wasn’t what I wanted. It only taught material from text books, which I could easily learn on my own. So I quit the course, and continued my energy research. But I lacked the required funding.
Funding For Energy Research
To fund my research, I continued developing various roulette systems, with mixed results. At this point, it was about 1996.
I also started a “direct mail” business selling various products I developed. My first product was a book I wrote, which explained “memory skill” techniques. I wrote it because it’s what I would have appreciated as a student.
The Internet was very new at this stage. Not even Google existed. Back then, the dominant search engine was Alta Vista. But I saw the business potential of the Internet, so I started promoting my products online.
I was very successful at promoting various products, and many people commented on how well I promoted my websites. They often asked for advice to promote their own products online. Initially, I offered only basic advice, because marketing was not my intended focus.
But because the demand was there, I eventually wrote a book named “Real Site Promotion Secrets”. It explained the strategies I used to promote my products online. The Internet was still very new, and there wasn’t much material offering such advice. So my book quickly became successful.
My Internet Marketing Company
At this point, my focus became mostly Internet marketing. I still continued to develop roulette strategies, and maintained a strong interest in energy technology. But I had not yet succeeded to consistently beat roulette. My income was from my marketing business.
As my revenue quickly grew, I incorporated to minimize tax. My first corporation was registered in 1999.
Some of what I did included:
- Continuing to sell ebooks and software to help others promote their websites.
- Selling website advertising on behalf of other websites (advertising representation).
- Consulting for new and established Internet companies.
- Lead generation (For example, financial institutions paid me $15 for every lead that submitted their contact form. At one stage I generated 100+ of these leads per day. I managed many similar promotions.)
So I did very well, especially for a young guy (around 20 years old). My company was one of the top three Internet marketing companies in the World. And I had a growing portfolio of investments.
I also pioneered technology to serve advertisements on websites, and collaborated with large companies such as Netscape (which was later acquired by AOL). For example, I collaborated with them to test new forms of advertising delivery (including streaming media, and the popup window).
But again marketing was not what I really wanted to do. So I persisted with my energy research, and roulette systems – while running my company. Despite my consistent efforts, I still hadn’t achieved any reliable success in roulette.
Introduction To NASDAQ Stock Promotions
Because my company achieved a good reputation, I was contacted by many large companies to assist them in promotions. One such company promoted stocks on the NASDAQ exchange.
At this time, I was still very young (about 21 years old) and had very little idea of what the stock market was. I didn’t even understand what a “stock” or “share” was. So it was all new and intimidating.
The company’s managing director visited me for a few days to propose a business partnership. Basically they wanted me to promote shares of various public companies. And in exchange, they would pay me in shares. But I was only allowed to sell my shares once their value reached the agreed level.
Again my understanding of “shares” was very rough. I knew nothing about “securities”, “dividends”, or government regulators like ASIC and the SEC. Basically all I knew is when the price of the shares “went up”, you sell at a profit. My understanding really was that rudimentary.
Nevertheless, I agreed to the partnership. My promotions involved directing website visitors to each company’s press releases. This was achieved with banner advertisements throughout my website network. Things went very well for some time.
Sometimes promotions included mailing to email lists. Most lists were built from my own promotions, like when a website visitor submits a form.
But I began using mailing lists I purchased from other suppliers, who assured me the lists were “opt-in”. This means everyone on the mailing list was supposed to have subscribed to it. It became clear many people on these lists were either not “opt-in”, or they didn’t recall subscribing. So I stopped using these lists, and removed recipients upon request. I continued promotions with banner advertising.
I conducted numerous promotions in this manner, without any problems. And eventually I saw no need to be paid in shares, because I could purchase the shares for myself. I knew once I promoted them, the share price would increase. I saw no problem with this, considering every public company already promotes their shares. After all, that’s what I was originally paid for.
So I started purchasing stock of companies I believed had strong potential. I knew the more people knew about the company, the more people would see its potential and purchase shares. I expected the typical immediate share price increase following my promotion, and a longer-term price increase (because of the company’s legitimate potential for growth).
Everything initially went well. I didn’t have any legal issues. All I did was purchased shares of a company, and promoted the company’s own official press releases. But I didn’t understand the full implications of my promotions until later. Remember back to when you were 21 years old. How much would you have understood, considering you were only just introduced to the stock market? If you’re around this age now, you might think you understand things. But eventually you’ll learn you’re currently clueless. In fact you’ll find this pattern of ignorance and knowledge throughout your life – as you age and learn.
The Rentech Case
A colleague suggested I promote a company named “Rentech”, because he felt it had excellent potential for growth. I agreed with his assessment. So I started by studying Rentech’s company press releases, and asked their staff some questions to clarify my understanding.
Before starting the promotion, I advised my colleagues to purchase shares. I explained they should keep it private, at least until we purchased shares. This is because my company had already run successful promotions to increase the price of other shares. So if others knew I was about to promote the company, they might purchase shares too, which would make them more expensive for us.
Then I purchased the Rentech shares, and began promoting.
The only things different this time were:
- I used mailing lists (emails) that I knew were probably not “opt-in”. The company I purchased lists from assured me it was “opt-in”. I suspected they were probably lying, but I didn’t care. At the time, spamming wasn’t specifically “illegal”. It was just considered the Internet’s version of “junk mail”. It was and still is very common.
- The content of my email to investors contained unintentional misunderstandings of the company’s press releases. I truly believed the content to be accurate, with the only exception being my real name. See full details of what I wrote and why.
However, based on a brief article on the sec.gov website, I believed the specific use of spam email to promote shares was somehow illegal. But actually there’s no such law. It was just my poor understanding of matters. So I thought I might be breaking laws, although those laws didn’t even exist. Most importantly, I didn’t think the information I published was inaccurate.
I had no problem with previous promotions. So I naively believed everything should be fine, just as long as I told the truth about Rentech’s company news. And again I believed I did. The problem was I misunderstood some of the company news, and published my misunderstandings.
Full details of exactly what happened (including why I believed my claims were accurate) are here, but a summary is below.
A SUMMARY OF WHAT HAPPENED:
Over 20 years ago when I was 21 years old, I publicly stated a company’s stock price would increase by about +900% because of company news on their website. The judge thought it was absurd, and I was sentenced to 3 months in prison. Later, my predictions came true and the stock price increased by +1,500% but it was too late. I was right about the price increase, but I unintentionally published inaccurate information about the company. I was charged with “recklessly publishing inaccurate information”. What I did was an honest mistake and victimless crime. I did not cheat anyone out of money as other people want you to believe. Anyone who followed my “illegal” advice would have made a fortune.
The thing is I’m as honest as people get. But I made a stupid mistake when I was very young. I was reckless, and didn’t properly understand the implications of the mailings. But more importantly, I published my incorrect understanding of Rentech’s own statements. Again it was over 20 years ago.
I honestly believed in the potential of Rentech for investors. That’s why I chose to promote it. I could have promoted any company I wanted. I just misunderstood parts of their press releases, and made some clumsy assumptions.
The prosecutors initially alleged that I deliberately made false statements. But even Rentech’s director said my email looked like a misunderstanding of their press releases, which was the reality. I did not even fully understand the charges at the time.
I wanted to be direct, so I met with the investigators to lay all my cards on the table, and be honest about what happened.
Even during my meeting with them, I still didn’t consider my claims to be inaccurate. All I saw is I published parts of what Rentech’s staff said themselves. And I didn’t even properly understand the charges – despite them being written in clear English. The investigators asked me if I understood them, to which I responded “yes”, but actually I didn’t. I was mostly fixated on thinking “I mostly just said what Rentech already said in press releases.” I understand it now (20+ years later). But it’s hard to understand what I was thinking at the time. Perhaps the whole matter was overwhelming.
Seizure of Funds
Just before my legal hearings, my offshore investments were frozen. They had absolutely nothing to do with my case. But I was earning $35,000 per month from them alone, and had a lot of capital invested. Although the investments performed very well, the people who ran it were unlicensed.
I suspect the investigators found details of these “ethical but unregulated” investments, and wanted to cut my funding, so I was unable to defend myself in court. The majority of my wealth was therefore frozen. This limited my options for defense.
The SEC claims they’re the “investor’s advocate”. In other words, they’re supposed to protect investors. But in the case of my seized funds, which had NO part in the Rentech case, I found the SEC actually didn’t care about investors. They appeared to exist more to preserve the power of financial institutions.
Ultimately when the SEC closed my main investment, I got absolutely nothing back. I lost an absolute fortune, and the SEC offered no explanation about why my funds were never returned. So much for being the “investor’s advocate”. But at the time, I didn’t know I was getting back NOTHING from this investment. I thought I just didn’t have access to those funds yet.
And It Got Worse
At the same time, I had just been scammed by a local person for around $75,000. That particular case went on for many years, and the police were absolutely useless in prosecuting the scammer or recovering my funds. He was very clever, and scammed others for millions – although I didn’t know that at the time.
So basically at the time of my case, I was almost flat broke. My main investment had been frozen by the SEC. Plus I had completely stopped my company, pending the outcome of the Rentech case. Retrospectively, I should have kept business going, but I stopped on the advice of my lawyers.
I believe the correct term is “I was left holding my dick in my hand“.
with one’s dick in one’s hand
(idiomatic, vulgar, informal) In a state of being unprepared, powerless, or idle.
with one’s pants down
How The Rentech Case Unfolded
It was a big case at the time, because it was the first of its kind. The stock market regulators wanted to make an example of me. My lawyers (“Andrew Moore” from “Aitken Walker & Strachan”) and my barrister (“Andrew Tierney”) very poorly represented me. In particularly, Andrew Tierney flat refused to hand the judge a document I wrote, which explained why I believed the email content was accurate. It would have corrected critical mistakes made by both the prosecutors and my own lawyers. And the lawyer (Adam Moore), was equally pathetic, because he completely ignored me when I tried to get his attention to immediately correct a critical point from the prosecutor (she said there weren’t “any pending patents”, but there was). So the judge was led to believe I completely fabricated the information. This would have made a huge difference in the outcome. Even my associate’s lawyer, who attended the hearing, said he’d never seen anyone so poorly represented.
So I served 3 months in prison. But it’s not all bad. It was more like a school camp, or poor accommodation. The sentence was short and mostly in minimum security. There were no walls. It was more like “community service” because we left the “camp” daily to do things like sweep public paths. And it was in the summer, so we swam at the beach almost daily.
Most of the time I had my own room (cell). And my idea of a Friday night out was junk food, and an unlimited supply of hot water in my own shower. As a young guy, some of it was fun. So I understood why many people deliberately commit crimes to go to jail. I mean literally. Some inmates explained that if you have nothing, even maximum-security is like a home that provides everything for you – no work, no tax, just free food and a bed.
Also, I learned a lot about the legal system and disadvantaged people. It made me wiser. I’ll write about the experience another time. But basically the legal system is mostly smoke and mirrors. It exists mostly to preserve the power of super-wealthy people like bankers. The “justice system” is far from justice. And the “correctional system” is far from “correctional”. If anything, it’s more likely to encourage criminal behavior than to discourage it.
In between all the bureaucratic nonsense, and structures to protect the wealthy elite, there are some laws to protect you. But the vast majority of law is about preserving the power of powerful establishments. I learned more about that with other experiences too, which occurred well after this case.
Nevertheless, overall, I’m grateful for the insight I gained. I do but don’t recommend the experience, if you know what I mean.
Continued Business & Energy Research
After my “vacation”, and a few months of partying, I wanted to continue my business.
But first I visited my co-accused, which actually had virtually nothing to do with the Rentech case. So they charged someone who did almost nothing. I told the investigators this, and even revealed people who actually were involved to a notable extent. But they didn’t listen, probably because it would have complicated the case.
I still had enough money to lounge around Great Keppel Island while seeing my associate. That somewhat started my love of tropical islands (mostly Bora Bora). And besides, I expected the seized funds from my investments would soon be returned. So I thought I was still in great financial shape. I learned better a few months later, because the SEC weren’t going to return my funds.
Nevertheless, I continued my company. My clients happily continued, so it didn’t take long to get things running again. I even got “job offers” from companies, and additional clients, because I had become a celebrity to some people. One major newspaper referred to me as a “Net Whiz”. But understandably, I didn’t continue the “stock promotion” element of my company. I wasn’t banned from it. I just better understood the laws surrounding finance are very strict.
Besides, I didn’t want to ruffle any feathers.
So I continued developing ‘”free energy” technology that would hopefully destroy the trillion dollar companies that have a monopoly over the world’s energy. Surely, it wouldn’t upset anyone important.
I came to know many people developing promising technology. The specific technologies I focused on included Tesla’s magnifying transmitter, John Searl’s SEG, The Joe Cell, John Bedini’s motor, and everything related. Much of this work continued throughout high school, and even up to and after the Rentech case. But I only became more “involved” in later stages.
At one stage, I worked with staff in the US Department of Energy. This team’s focus was the Searl Effect Generator, which is both an electrical energy generator, and vehicle propulsion device. At this point I was still quite naive, and wasn’t thinking about the potential dangers of working in this field. So I offered to help by using my network of websites to promote awareness of the technology. The team leader said my proposal made the whole team nervous. I didn’t quite understand the implications, because powerful people really don’t want this technology. And by offering to widely promote the technology, I might be making myself a target.
Eventually I understood the US Department of Energy will not likely adopt technology like the Searl Effect Generator. This is for many reasons. For one thing, it could be weaponized. And it’s probably not best to give ordinary people technology that could evolve into weapons of mass destruction. And the US Department of Energy probably employed people that represented the interests of companies that didn’t represent the interests of ordinary people. So I stopped collaborating with them.
I continued working directly with various inventors of technology. Basically they sought funding for their technology, and I arranged funding for them. Very rarely would I provide my own funds though. I would usually only align them with investors. So I was a middleman, although it was purely non-profit work. My intention was never profit.
Research Into Fuel Cells With Aluminium Engine Blocks
When I invested my own funds, it was mostly on local projects, so I could closely follow development. In one case, I purchased the original Rover vehicle, which prominent researcher “Alex Schiffer” converted to run on a Joe Cell. It is featured in his book, “The Experimenter’s Guide To The Joe Cell”.
Essentially the Joe Cell appears to be a magnetic implosion device. Modern combustion engines use “explosive” forces. The Joe Cell appears to use an implosive magnetic field, in the path of a toroid. So the cell appears to function like magnetic monopole.
Using my own Joe Cell, I often succeeded in running the vehicle without fuel for approximately 5 minutes, before it became unstable and stopped. The fuel line was completely terminated. So whatever ran the engine for 5 minutes wasn’t petrol.
When the engine ran without conventional fuel, I observed some amazing effects including:
- The revolutions (revs) of engine very sharply increased and decreased, when the accelerator was pressed/released. I mean the revolutions almost instantly went from very high, to very low.
- The engine ran almost silently (about 10% of the sound when combustion was used).
- The engine’s exhaust created a suction, and remained cool. I could feel a gentle suction of air into the exhaust, instead outgoing hot exhaust (not combustion).
- None of the meters on the dashboard worked (They worked perfectly with conventional fuel).
I didn’t have time to continue, so donated the vehicle to another researcher.
I still maintained a strong interest in energy research, but it wasn’t paying the bills. So I continued my company, which included a variety of websites, products and services.
I wasn’t just doing one thing though. I had a variety of different ventures. Some were successful, others weren’t. Meanwhile, I worked on my roulette systems – but still had mixed results. Overall, it took me about 2 years to mostly financially recover from my string of disasters. It was still a step back from where I was.
From the time I started my Applied Physics course, all the way to today, I’ve had a strong interest in strategies to beat casinos. But in the early days (over 20 years ago), I often repeated cycles of thinking I had a system that “worked”, then later learning reality when I lost.
Eventually, one of my systems won for around a whole year. I believed my system was remarkably good, because I had clearly profited. But after about a year of winning, I began to lose. I ended up losing all my winnings, and probably more.
I couldn’t understand what happened, and assumed the casino changed something to make me lose. The reality was my previous winnings were just luck. Nevertheless, I became more determined to not let roulette beat me.
So it took me about 5 years of developing losing roulette systems to understand my mistakes. The end of this 5 years was around a year after the Rentech case.
The problem was my losing systems never considered real physical variables that determine the winning number. For example, variables like speed of the wheel or ball. From this point on, I developed various systems that exploited roulette wheel physics. The concept was not new. It just took me 5 years to wake up to reality.
Over time, I gradually improved my systems and technology – while running my businesses. Eventually, I achieved regular success playing roulette – with proper data to verify the winnings were not just luck. My systems weren’t perfect, but were still a viable income source. For a few years, I continued to do well playing at my local casino.
But this is only part of what I do. I have varied interests as explained on this page.
Malicious “Competitors” and Strange People
Success makes you a target, especially for “competitors” (technically they are). You can’t imagine some of the attacks against me online (and offline), and the lengths some people will go to, in attempt to harm me. I mean there are some profoundly sick people around.
If I explained some of what people have done, and the lies they’ve spread, it might seem unbelievable. Because you might be a normal and sane person. But some people aren’t. So their behavior seems nuts.
I wont waste much time explaining it, except to say most information published about me is twisted garbage, from people with ulterior motives. Learn more about the stalkers and false allegations on other pages on this site, although it barely explains 10% of the story.
The manipulative material about me is sometimes re-published by other people, who become upset with me for whatever reason. These people usually include:
- People I banned from my forums, for varied reasons like personal attacks against other members. Sometimes they just hold a grudge because their posts become moderated.
- Scammers who are reported by my forum members. They don’t like the negative reviews. It’s not my fault if someone complains about being scammed. I allow my forum members to post complaints. But to be fair, I ask them to substantiate their claims. I don’t allow the manipulative nonsense, like what is written about me. Scammers don’t like it regardless, so they attack me – usually by re-posting the same manipulative nonsense on other websites.
Again, I’m an honest person. But on the Internet, anyone can spread lies about you. Don’t waste my time asking about it. I’ve already addressed everything important on this website, so I don’t have to re-explain it.
My Current Businesses & Work
If I revealed everything I do, those businesses would only be attacked by the same clowns. So I’ll explain only parts of what I do, that are either already known, or unaffected by malicious attacks.
Using & Licensing Technology
Players access my technology pay me later. They test all they need, to be sure everything works as I claim, before risking real money. But I can’t realistically coordinate more teams. So licensing my technology to others maximizes my revenue.
Custom Software Development
I’ve worked with around 100 different programmers in the past 18 or so years. From development of my own software, I became skilled at designing software, and managing teams of programmers. So my company creates custom software for clients. I’m not a programmer myself. I’m more the manager of projects, and liaison with clients. Generally we deal with larger projects, with a budget of $30k+.
For a while I ran a freelance programmer website (similar to freelancer.com). But I closed this company, and did not promote it further, because it required a “financial services license”. This is a complicated license, with very strict regulations because you handle other people’s money, and remit payments. Companies like Paypal and Google need such licenses. You’re constantly audited, so its a lot of tedious and stressful work.
I still have the custom software for this platform, but I don’t expect to pursue it. I’d rather keep life simple.
Variety of Purpose-Built Software
I market various software designed by myself, but coded by my programmers. They are mostly based around productivity. However, some relate to video surveillance and security. I somewhat “fell into” video surveillance, because of my experience with the computer vision technology of the Hybrid Roulette Computer.
Cryptocurrency is probably the “next big thing”. But trading crypto is risky, so you must really know what you’re doing.
Discretionary trading is most profitable. This is where you manually review every trade, to make a careful decision. But this really drains your time, and is stressful. You end up glued to a screen, worrying about what the price will do next.
So instead, I developed my own trading bot. It automatically determines when to buy and sell for a profit. It’s not as profitable as discretionary trading, but it’s much easier, and less-stressful. Besides, I can activate a feature enabling me to manually decide on each trade (if needed).
A trading bot isn’t new. But my bot applies a form of Artificial Intelligence. More specifically, it reverse-engineers price movement of cryptocurrencies. If you’re experienced with it, you’d say it sounds like “curve-fitting”. To some degree, yes. But there’s more to it, because it finds stronger correlations – in a similar manner to my roulette system.
It will never be sold. It was developed solely for my own use.
But I’ll give you the following clues for your own bot:
- The markets are heavily manipulated. Much of price movement depends on decisions of individuals, with intent to manipulate the price. It happens all the time, even in the stock market. So don’t expect “clockwork patterns”. Focus more on getting an “edge”. You can often predict what manipulators do, based on things like news, and “ride the wave”, but this is back to discretionary trading.
- Patterns do repeat to enough of a degree, because they’re based on emotion. It is most predictable when the markets are stable (i.e. no pandemics).
- In some events, like a pandemic, no algorithm is likely to work (reliably). There are too many unknown variables. In such cases, I either exit the market, or trade manually. Because volatility is opportunity.
I consider property the most predictable investment. People always need land. But it doesn’t give the highest returns. Property gives around 5-8% return per year on average. There are much better ways to make money though.
Internet Advertising Representation
I’ve been doing this for 20+ years. The main things I do in this area include:
- Sell advertising on behalf of around 20 popular websites. Many previously used Google Adsense, which gives terrible results for monetization (yet it’s popular because it’s easier). I could very easily expand this business, but I would need to hire staff, and I don’t need it to be bigger. I’m already busy enough.
- Work with purchasers to increase conversion rates of their online advertising. After all, the more they profit, the more likely they are to re-advertise. They’ll also bid higher for advertisements, which maximizes revenue for both clients and myself.
Purchasing & Developing Internet Properties
I frequently buy websites, for many reasons. I currently run around 120 websites. Most of them have nothing to do with casinos or gambling. The typical steps I follow:
- Improve the website, and overall visitor flow, so it organically grows. Even small changes can make a huge difference.
- Optimize how it is monetized.
Often websites become popular because the owner found a niche. But they might not have the time or knowledge to properly profit from it.
For example, they might get 2,000 visitors per day, and make $2 per day by running Google’s ads. But that same traffic could be used to promote targeted products to average $500 per day. It’s a big difference, because the advertiser usually profits more than the website running the ads.
But the time I spend is much more important than monetization. For me to maintain a website, or any business venture, it needs to generate high revenue for relatively little time. This is known as a “passive income”. Most of my income is passive, once the initial work is done.
I haven’t worked on “free energy” projects for a while. This is basically because I figured we already have technology like solar power. And more efficient energy storage (batteries) is only a few years off. So I find social issues, and the use of land, to be a better use of my time.
I created the website Landsharing.org to connect people with spare land, to people who grow food for free. The website has been around for a while. But the original version was hacked, because of security problems. Those problems are fixed, and I only recently re-launched the website.
There’s a lot of other technology I’d love to develop. But I understand now it has already been developed. And some people with it are waiting for the right time to release it. Because releasing it now is likely to cause big problems. It isn’t always the case though. They’re also very concerned “backyard inventors” might discover related technology and release it themselves. This may happen. It’s a complicated matter.
So I do a lot. There’s even more I haven’t mentioned. I tend to take on more projects than I have time for. If you’re interested in running any business, my advice is there are countless ways to make money. Focus on ones that generate “passive income”. Even if each makes only $1 per day. If you build lots of them, you’ll quickly earn more than most people, while in your pajamas.
I’ve said it before. Despite roulette being one of my passions, it is NOT what I’d consider the best source of income. You still need to work for money. Although do it right, and you’ll earn much more than typical 9-5 jobs. Roulette is mostly passive income for me, because my teams play even when I’m sleeping at 3am. Usually I only stay awake for sessions with higher stakes.
If you’re curious about nonsense written about me, see the summary of false allegations, and details of offending individuals. Basically business competitors and people banned from my forums publish nonsense about me for revenge. I’ve explained it in detail, so please don’t waste my time asking about it.