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[VIDEO] Fortune 500 Engineer Discovers "Infinite Income Loop" In the Stock Market - Shows A Raw Beginner How To Use His Strategy Live "On Air"

From humble beginnings, came the "viral" trading legend with followers in 135 countries...now, he shows a raw beginner how to generate hundreds of dollars in cash out of 3 stocks.

How does a no-name software engineer become a "viral" internet trading sensation?

That's what we sat down to ask Keith Kaplan - the man over 69,000 people follow for his unconventional approach to trading.

Investors from over 135 countries internationally (and all 50 U.S. States) track over $30 Billion of investments using Kaplan's unique trading tools.

Some of his followers - ordinary Americans - have seen profits of $14,000 and even $20,000 per WEEK using Keith's technique:

Now, he unveils his newest tool, which he calls the Infinite Income Loop.

It may sound like a stretch for a man who once called himself "The World's Worst Investor."...

But once we sat Keith down in front of the camera... and asked him to demonstrate his secret in "real time" LIVE on air...

We were FLOORED.

Because what happened next shocked even his most loyal and fanatic followers.

Here's a sneak-peek of the interview, where Kaplan makes a series of first-time confessions about his emotional journey:

"I spent all of my time building stuff for other people - sacrificing my energy to people who didn't appreciate me... which left hardly any quality time to spend with my family. I needed a different way to earn extra income."


Now regular folks are learning how to play a little-known "corner" of the stock market - where Keith's strategy has allowed him to achieve cash payouts with his trades.

If you'd like to discover how you too can utilize this unique and rare strategy - click the link below to watch Keith give a live video "demo" of how it works.

Click here to watch this special interview while it's still available.



**The investment results described in these testimonials are not typical. Investing in securities carries a high degree of risk; you may lose some or all of the investment.