„There’s no miracle, if you’re fooled in one blow, it’s all your fault,“ declares Wall Street’s Lobo to Brazilians

For Jordan Belfort, the Wolf of Wall Street, only those who don’t research fall for it

There’s no miracle, if you’re fooled in one blow it’s all your fault‘, declares to the Brazilians Lobo of Wall StreetNOTÍCIAS
When a person is the victim of a scam or fraud, usually the first reaction is to blame the fraudster who promised and did not deliver.

Thus, in recent cases involving Bitcoin scams, such as Unick Forex, Indela, DD Corporation, Midas Trend and so many others, investors seek to recover their investments by suing and accusing the organizers of these scams.

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But for Jordan Belfort, the Wall Street Wolf played by Leonardo DiCaprio in the film of the same name in 2013, if you fell for a blow, it’s all your fault.

In an interview with Folha de São Paulo, the American tycoon said that the information is always available and that all the investor has to do is research it in order not to fall victim to fraud.

„Well, they are obvious things. Number one, if the deal is too good to be true, it is too good to be true (laughs). There are no miracles and it’s amazing how people still believe that. Number two, I believe that today, if you get cheated, it’s practically your fault. Because all the information is there to be researched. Don’t believe a single source, check with two or three more. And do the research yourself, don’t believe in the work of others,“ he said.

Jordan Belfort, is in Brazil to deliver a course within the Gramado Summit 2020 programme.

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In the course according to financial market legend, he intends to teach how to sell anything to anyone.

However, it is no longer possible to buy a place on the course because it is already sold out and sold out, each ticket for R$ 6,000.

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Belford is not a Bitcoin fan and has stated that he never liked cryptomeda.

„When Bitcoin Code went up to $20,000, I warned that things that go up so fast are not good reserves of value. And I was right, a lot of people lost a lot of money believing it would go up to $1 million, which for me has always been a problem in my head,“ he said.

However, according to him, although he is not a „bitcoiner“ he does not believe that the crypto will die or reach 0.

„Today I no longer believe in the possibility of a total failure of bitcoin, but I am still skeptical; I would wait another three years to see what the reaction of the governments will be when it grows to the point of annoyance,“ he said.