This section will go over the most common questions we get asked about each of our products.
Stevens Main Brokers:
Currently Steven uses Centerpoint, Tradezero, Cobera, and Interactive Brokers.
However his primary broker is usually Trader Zero.
When is the watch list posted?
The Watch List is posted by 10 P.M. EST each night. This is the deadline for ourselves. This way you have it before the market opens.
Are Subscriptions reoccurring?
Yes, it is your responsibility to cancel it.
What if I do not like the product after buying and I want a refund?
Refunds are given on a case by case basis, but for the most part, we do not provide refunds. The reason is that most people try to buy our stuff, then learn the information, and then get their money back. This is not fair to us as we work extremely hard on our content.
How do I cancel my subscription?
Unlike most websites, we leave the canceling of any subscriptions in your hands. Considering PayPal is our only merchant processor at this time, you can cancel your subscription at any time. To learn how to do this, please click here. Remember though that you will have access to the content up until the expiration date of your subscription purchase, even if you cancel. Canceling means you won’t be rebilled.
How do I get access to live webinar sessions with Steven Duxs?
These sessions are only given to Tier 3 subscribers. Each session is recorded and posted usually within 24 hours.
Can I download the Streaming DVD content from the website?
Is the Streaming DVD content a physical copy that gets shipped to me?
No! This is written everywhere on our website.
What is the Penny Stock Statistics Database?
This Database is only for Tier 2 and Tier 3 members. Here you will find eight setups that Steven deems worthy to keep track of. The database currently includes only trades he has taken. However going forward in time we will add ticker symbols that Steven may not have made but fit the pattern and add them to the Database. Each entry and exit price is based on one thousand share increments not Steven’s actual positions sizes on any given trade.
I think Steven is a fraud and he does not trade?
Great! We encourage all skepticism. However, Steven posts all his trades on a third party site called profit.ly. Profit.ly allows what is known as third-party verification. Next to Steven’s trades you will see a check mark. If you hover over it, it will say verified. This means it taken directly from his brokerage account. Anyone, who does not do this on profit.ly is most likely a fraud or does not trade.
The other exception would be a posted screenshot of the account statement. Usually, the way this is done is by showing a screenshot with a half blocked out account number. The reason someone would do this is that Profit.ly does not support some brokers, like TradeStation. To see what this looks like see an example of our good friend Triforce.