How A 23-Year-Old College Dropout Makes $10,000/Month Trading Bitcoin

The recent takedown of Pax Dickinson and the Adria Richards kerfuffle highlights a new, real, and increasing threat as the latest generation of girls, brainwashed with feminist, leftist, and crusaderist indoctrination, enter the labor force — the snitchy bitch. Thinking they were chartered with some higher calling, these women (and men) go beyond just shutting up and doing their jobs, and carry out a secondary mission by “purging” corporate America and other employers of “evil” and perceived racists, sexists, bigots, homophobes, etc. If going on this ego-power trip wasn’t crossing the line, when they delve into people’s personal lives and social media accounts solely to find a comment or a post to get them fired, it doesn’t just become malicious, but psychotic.

The consequence of legions of snitchy-bitches entering the working world is that they take an already inhospitable environment and make it toxic. It wasn’t bad enough with faux sexual harassment suits, forced diversity training, forced sexual harassment training, and HR c*nts making you jump through hoops as they ask for your Facebook password. No, now we need little gestapo agents auditing our conversations and thoughts outside of work. And so, if you thought the cubicle world was intolerable before, just wait as this trend continues.

There are, however, consequences to this. Consequences that are not as dire and severe as you might think and, as a matter of fact, are to the benefit of most men. Most notably, Gresham’s Law. Gresham’s Law states that bad currency drives out good. You see this today where silver coinage is in existence, but not circulation. Since we introduced the nickel/clad  coins circa 1965 people have hoarded the valuable silver coinage while using the worthless coinage for transactions. The same will happen with employees.

Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but over the course of time men (and women) will wake up and realize today’s modern work environment is simply not worth it. It is toxic, it is inhumane, it is inhospitable and it is getting worse as snitchy-bitches infect it. These good employees will simply leave corporate environments for greener pastures or (worse for corporate America) go minimalist and just not work at all. They will pay off their debts, cut their budget, and once the mortgage is gone, they’re done forever with corporate America. This will leave a labor pool that is increasingly poor, as well as leftist, psychotic, drama-full, incompetent, childish and petty. It will become a nightmare to employ, let alone manage these people, resulting in a downward spiral further driving competent employees away. Consequently, with no good employees left and only whiny leftist girls remaining, profits will suffer (though they will have one mean CSR department and a very small carbon footprint).

While this addresses the costs to companies will pay for hiring leftist ideologues, feminists, and pursuing political instead of financial goals, it does not address what the Pax Dickinsons of the world are to do.

Did not Pax lose his job?

Did not those two IT geeks lose theirs?

Shouldn’t we all be afraid of losing our jobs if we dare speak our minds on the internet and be politically vocal?

To that I say, “What jobs?” and “Good riddance.”

The true benefit to all of this isn’t to see corporate America and employers delve into a stew of simpering, incompetent, HR ditzes, feminists, beta-wage slaves, cannibalizing itself, collapsing inward like a black hole. It’s that the working world has become so politicized and so hostile to males that it is no longer a viable option. It has made your choice simpler by removing itself from the table of options. And thank God for that.

Did any of you like working in corporate America? Did any of you like being cubicle slaves? Did any of you have a shot at rewarding work with adequate pay? While some of you may be lucky enough to answer “yes,” the vast majority of people have to answer “no.”

And this is the key to understanding why the invasion of young, bitchy, power-tripping feminists into the work force and thus the destruction of your current and future career is a good thing:

It was never going to happen anyway.  It was never meant to be.

Understand that there never was going to be a career for you. You were never going to get that promotion. You were never going to make it to executive management. Not because of a lack of trying or skill on your part, but because the FACT is employment has deteriorated to the point where it is no longer a viable vehicle for success for most men.

In other words, the “USS Company Man” is a sinking ship, full of narcissists, sociopaths, feminists, sadists and other psychos. Them pushing you off of it and firing you is a favor because it frees you to find your true calling and an environment you can excel in. What that is, is ultimately up to you and will require some wandering in the desert. But while you’re piecing it together, maybe not buying that brand new car or affording sushi every night, you certainly won’t be like your feminist, snitchy-bitch counterparts buying into propagandist bubbles like

  • Worthless degrees
  • Crippling debt for advanced worthless degrees
  • Never having kids
  • Never getting married
  • Slaving away at a “corporate career”
  • Ruining their lives in the process.

You’ll be out there writing a book, fishing, working less, paying less in taxes, living a better life and enjoying the decline instead.

(If interested my most recent podcast delves into the issue of work, career, employment and the future of men in more detail than above.  It may provide additional guidance or at least some insight for young men trying to navigate today’s economy and working world.  That segment starts around the 50 minute mark, though you may enjoy the whole podcast.)

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65 thoughts on “How A 23-Year-Old College Dropout Makes $10,000/Month Trading Bitcoin”

    1. This kid fails to mention how much money he is controlling. If he is controlling a large sum already (= has a rich daddy) or leveraging hard up on margin.
      I’m skeptical of the tone of this article, being a trader myself. He could be trading the rumour mill/IPO/exchange listing game, that is very risky IMO. I don’t like day trading, its too stressful and you really have to a pro to pull that off consistently.
      I do swing trading, as it fits better with my lifestyle and worldview. I cannot say I am pro by any means, but I have also made these sorts of returns last year. Doing this in the current environment is very, very hard, given how thin volume and liquidity is at the moment.
      Also to claim that you nail the exact peaks and troughs is something not even pros boast about. I am fairly confident in nailing market tops, since I have a very good intuition for sensing when exuberance is out of hand with a good set of indicators and techniques I have developed. But I cannot say that I can nail the troughs, to me that is a much more difficult task. Why? Because the market tends to always goes down faster than it goes up. Volatility is a problem child of a bear market, not a bull market.
      Be weary of over-confident kids selling the millionaire game. He could indeed be a lucky guy, but if you think this is going to be a cake walk as he makes it sound to be, think again. The market is a beast.

      1. I’m with this guy, day trading is time consuming but great payoff, but long term trading as an investor is better for you and the market overall.
        Net worth is all about expenses, what good is 100k per year if you dont know how to manage it.

      2. Yes, I control a lot. Not due to rich parents, though – due to my own business ventures and growth. I do swing trading as well, and applaud your skepticism. There are many scammers in this space, which is why I offer a hands-on approach where I coach students, in addition to a 60 day money back guarantee.

    2. He doesnt actually make $$ by trading hut selling “courses”. He may have got lucky when it went up overnight for no reason, that however would be investing, not exactly trading (active trading).

      1. So you are saying that theres a 1% chance to become “good” at this ? 10/1000. What numbers do you assign for “good”, “great” and “decent”?

  1. You cant make 10k a month by trading bitcoin. Its not volotile anymore. And its not a currnecy anymore. Its a comodity ruled by the supreme court. Just dont do it.

  2. I have faith in crypto.
    Im doing good on all aspects of life right now… family.. chicks.. health & workout.
    Except finances. Its my priority right now and what needs improvement.

    1. Because it isn’t “easy” until you put in the effort to learn it. For Roosh it’s “easy” to publish a post here and there, and make thousands from online sales…because he’s put in the hours growing this website and building a following.
      I’m not concerned about others “stealing” my method, because it can’t be stolen. It works for me, and my group of traders, and so long as we’re open to feedback and change our maps of reality in accordance with markets, we will continue to make money.

  3. Why would you sell me a system telling me how to make this kind of money when you could easily ask me to invest in exchange for a piece of the action?
    Where is the proof you make this sort of money?
    Sounds a lot like Amway…your probably making way more money teaching people how to invest then actually from your own investing.
    Get lost and scam some other folks.

  4. I got into crypto way before it became “cool” and mainstream about 6 years ago.
    Became more involved with trading last year, for obvious reasons. The thing is, everybody can make money in bull market runs.
    What I’d like to know is, has the author been making such returns this year? This year has seen a huge bear market correction, which I believe will still go until the end of the year. I traded some of these cycles and made some money, but also lost some. Overall, I was down since February, and pulled the plug, went short, a few months ago. Since I got into crypto 6 years, I am still up by several hundred percent.
    I am a big believer in the potential for blockchain, but we are not yet at the scalable phase yet. Cyrpto trade game is something I enjoy, and dip my feet at the right time. Right now volume is too low to sustain any big recovery. Many, many alt coins have been annihilated this year. Bitcoin is the best thing to hold right now if you’re in the game.

    1. Agreed. I can make money during a bear market as well, but it’s not as profitable obviously. The key is to do bounce plays and alt-coin grabs, since alts are hyper-correlated to BTC.

  5. If anyone is interested and willing to pay my time I can explain this crypto nonsense and all other financial instumets that are traded. Also dont invest in real estate, expecially in europe.

      1. Negative population growth. If the population will fall , and it most ceranly will by 25% to 50% in future, you have nobody to rent or sell property. The supply will be much higher than demand. Also tou can buy “reits” publically traded funds, like a stock where you own a propety and you recieve 90% of rent money without actually buying and dealing with brick and motar property and management.

  6. Dear sir , I know you’re being humble , but also add the $5 you earned for taking a lot of time writing and submitting this article .

  7. I actually bought this program but I can get into the executive suite. I have installed discord but when I click the Accept Invitation button, nothing happens

  8. It is always more profitable to teach people get rich quick schemes than it is to try to get rich employing the methods…

  9. John Anthony is the character name of Matthew Mcconaughey in the movie “Two for the money”. Its about a bike messenger turns “wunderkind” selling sports betting picks. In other words selling bullshit, just like this guy. Thats where his motivation probably comes from.

  10. I just lost alot of respect for ROK. This is such trash I don’t know where to begin.
    Most traders lose heavily, and those people usually bought useless systems like this. They will tell you they possess some magical system based on technical analysis, which many profitable traders will tell you is nonsense.
    Investing in cryptos long term might be viable, but that is a different story.
    If this were a program to teach guys how to bang 1000 girls, then whatever. But this plays with mens heads with the promise of financial independence which can be extremely damaging.
    Seriously fk off

      1. If I’d get back this would be to LinkedIn of which you apparently haven’t even heard 🙂 If not allowed to comment than sorry for disturbing a duckhead private area without bringing ice for your burning a…s … lol!

  11. 1. As a long time trader, unless they show statements and live trading, they are just another of the thousands of charlatans out there.
    Where is your blog with real trades as they happen?
    2. Since when is Hasflare trading?
    btw Hasflare closed all the accounts over 6mth old for being unprofitable.
    3. They guy predicting btc100k on msnbc is a scammer, or full of shit.
    You posted “now is the time to buy bitcoin” on your blog a few months ago. How much have you made since?
    4. At 23 you have no idea of long term markets.
    I do think that men should build wealth and be financially independent by 45/50 but this has a 95% loser rate.

    1. Good, well thought out comment.
      1. I show examples on my blog, in this article, and in the actual course I tell you when I’m buying something and selling something.
      2. It’s not trading, and I never said it was. It’s mining. They’re still running, but not profitable anymore. That’s why you need to learn how to buy at the right time.
      3. We will see in 5 years.
      4. Perhaps this is true, but for that matter, an 85 year old man could say the same thing to you. It’s about perspective and learning from the past.

    1. True, if it weren’t for Bitcoin we manchildren could play videogames for cheaper.
      I don’t care about revolutionary and liberating technology, I just want to play videogames in my mommy’s basement.

  12. I had a friend who worked in a tanning salon around 10 years ago, similar story, all young girls working there and of course mostly women coming in and out. He worked there for around a year and SLAYED pussy, smashed 70 chicks or so. Almost all customers and a few employees.

  13. Americans may see or hear about the closing stores, rising debt, Obamacare, food stamps, regulations, offshoring, homosexuality, endless US wars, increasing taxes, illegal immigrants, nanny state laws, security cameras, license plate readers, checkpoints, redlight cameras, speed cameras, FBI facial and voice recognition, curfews, gun bans, NSA wiretapping, the end to the right to silence, free speech bans, searches without warrants, private prisons, mandatory minimums, 3 strikes laws, DNA databases, CISPA, SOPA, NDAA, IMBRA, private prison quotas, no knock raids, take down notices, no fly lists, terror watch lists, Constitution free zones, stop and frisk, 3 strikes laws, kill switches, National Security Letters, kill lists, FBAR, FATCA, Operation Chokepoint, TSA groping, civil forfeiture, CIA torture, NDAA indefinite detention, secret FISA courts, FEMA camps, laws requiring passports for domestic travel, IRS laws denying passports for tax debts, gun and ammo stockpiles, laws outlawing protesting, police militarization, and Jade Helm, but they’re not connecting the dots that all these seemingly unrelated issues are part of the plot to destroy the USA.
    Americans are so brainwashed, divided, distracted, degraded, and demoralized now that they might even think these trends are necessary and proof that the US is improving.

  14. Crypto has no value and will not last forever. Trade on technicals, theres money to be made. But I make more than this a month with a computer trading for me (in case anyone is wondering, I keep my algo close to my chest so I dont get squeezed by a millions dinks copying my strategy). If this guy was really crushing it, he would start a crypto fund and get the billions of investment money from wall street, not small time retail.
    There is no such thing as a get rich quick scheme without results varying quite a bit. My algo took years of study, losses, and testing to get right. Any product claiming you just have to read a book and your pockets will be lined is playing fools.

    1. Good for you Werkofrodann. How much computer power do you utilise to perfect your algorithm? Do you input only the price of the thing you are trading, or other variables? What were the caveats on the way to success? Please share some of the secrets. Piggybacking may actually increase the swings, and so your profitability.

  15. Why would a guy making $10,000/month bother trying to scoop up comparative chump change teaching potential competitors? Note how he’s also involved in another scammy business: pick up artistry of some sort.

  16. As a professional trader myself, absolutely do not sign up for this trading course. There are real trading groups you can find on the internet, i.e. groups of men who have been trading 20 years apiece who are willing to mentor you in your progression. Don’t buy a course from a kid who looks at charts for 30 minutes a day and then goes out the rest of the day to try to bring home girls. Trust me on this one.

  17. You can still make money from Bitcoin, but DO NOT pay any more than $6500 for one. In, fact, I am holding out for $5500 for my next buy.

  18. I am not interested in trading crypto, at least for now. I long-term invest but I don’t swing trade even though I know that’s where most of the money is to be made. It’s just too risky and I’d rather just research a few solid projects, buy in cheaply and wait for a couple years at most and see how much they make me. It is less time consuming and less mentally taxing.
    I appreciate your point of view but I don’t see how you could change my mind on this.

  19. I have been a quiet reader of ROK for a long time now. This is my first comment.
    I need to say that I am very dissapointed with this article. It reads like one of those get-rich-quick schemes. All the read flags are there.
    Please avoid.

  20. Very comprehensive and cool guide!
    This boy really shows what is possible to achieve when utilizing new and disruptive technology.
    While 10k per month, isn’t that much, I am really happy for him and his success with Bitcoin.
    Anyway, thanks for sharing this awesome article! 🙂

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