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360WallStreet. Com is a trading course that purports to instruct”Structure Ratio” and”Natural Flow” of stocks, stocks, and options markets. The course includes 21 instructional videos, with over 30hours of”recorded live training.” The cost of the course is $895. 360 Wall Street Review received the lowest possible score for honesty. The website contains no biography or history of whom is offering this trading course. How can a reasonable decision be made if nobody is willing to place their actual name on the website? considers this to be a sign of fundamental dishonesty.

Furthermore, publishes a blog of supposed results that began as early as August 2014 through 2016. Blog post after blog post contains supposedly massive profits ranging from $5k to $30k per trade. In fact, our inspection of the 360WallStreet blog revealed no losing trades whatsoever. Truly remarkable. reached out to 360WallStreet and requested proof of these supposed massive trading profits…no response.

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The company is listed as a NinjaTraderEcosystem approved and verified trading educator. contacted Ninja Trader and discovered that the person running this website is a person named Sean McKissin. A google search of Sean McKissin revealed various other trading related websites. The following are websites that Sean McKissin managed, or was affiliated with. The following websites are now all defunct.


In addition to these now defunct websites, Sean McKissin also promotes several other trading related websites including:

Its appears that prior to becoming a trading educational super-hero, Sean McKissin owned a website named A company that sold floor mats that will, “Trick Your Truck.”

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As some point in the early 2000’s, it appears that Sean McKissin transitioned away from selling truck attachments into selling the dream of becoming a professional day trader. Com and we can observe a clear pattern of sites that appear for a couple of years, and then mysteriously are eliminated. Not a fantastic sign.

Along with websites that mysteriously appear and disappear, has obtained numerous review requests concerning Sean McKissin. The normal message from subscribers is that keeping track of Sean McKissin is akin to”Whack-a-mole.” He looks at one site, then just as fast reappears with another site touting yet another”amazing trading promotion.”

Wrapping Things Up

In the past, at we can usually quickly figure out who is good or bad by the trail of abandoned websites. Legit vendors tend to stay and fight for their reputation. Whereas the scams will typically hustle a few dozen newbies out of thousands of dollars and then disappear. Only to later appear with a new website. We have seen this quite often with listed trading vendors at Ninja Trader.

Ninja Trader has definitely taken a more aggressive position at weeding out the bad apples. But a few slip through the filter. And truth be told, it is very time-consuming to track down and discover all of these defunct websites that vendors abandon.

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