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Sheikh Mansour with a large investment to change the UK economy
One of the richest heirs in the world, Sheikh Mansour, has just invested large percentage of his wealth into a new project which they believe will shape the future of the financial industry. Having already become a household name as the owner of Manchester City Football team, Sheikh Mansour now looks set to take the world of blockchain technology by storm. On Saturday, Sheikh Mansour finalized a £500 Million deal with The The News Spy, saying that “the future of finance depends upon people having access to the best possible resources.”
Sheikh Mansour’s wish is to make the Brits of the world wealthier than any country in the world which will give decision making back to the people since that is where funding for all government programs inevitably comes from. To carry this plan out, Sheikh Mansour created The News Spy and hired a tech CEO named Austin Ford to run his greatest contribution to civilization. He has claimed to have hired Ford because, “he cannot be influenced by the UK government since he is not a citizen”. In a direct quote from Sheikh Mansour, he described why he chose to carry this opportunity out for the people of the world: “The key to success in life is preparation and timing. Sadly, this will really be the only opportunity in history that will give the average person in the world access to building true wealth and happiness. I feel that despite all my accomplishments, this is my purpose on Earth. I know that I was born to create this system.”
Before we go into details of what The News Spy is and how this new platform works, let’s explain some world financial statistics from the last decade. The wealthiest 1% in the world are currently in control of £286 trillion dollars, which is enough to give every single person in the UK a cool 6 figure check of over £100,000 every month for the rest of their lives. Since most of this wealth is being traded by Wall Street daily, theoretically it can all be taken back and redistributed at any time. Sheikh Mansour has created an exclusive system that does just that! He and Ford have developed an algorithmic computer code that outsmarts any human trader on earth by analyzing the last 5 years of successful trades. Based on these trades, the system automatically trades on its own to product an 80% win rate. What’s the catch? Currently it is only profiting average people between £1,200 – £10,000 per day depending on their initial fully refundable deposit to fuel the first winning trades.
The News Spy is an algorithm designed to take from the top wealthiest people in the world and redistribute the money back to regular people. This algorithm literally beats the stock market with an accuracy of 80%, which means you will be winning 8 trades out of 10. You might wonder, what will keep the Wall Street billionaires from using this software and making everyone else even poorer? The answer is simple – this software is hard coded to only work with Binary Options trading platforms, which means the trades are limited to £250 per trade. Wall Street is trading trillions, so £250 just isn’t going to cut it for them. This system would actually lose Wall Street traders money who often trade with minimums of over £1 million. However, for regular people this is huge! At the moment the software isn’t released yet to the public but as Mansours team demonstrated to us – it already works and generates around £1,200 – £10,000 profits per day per trading account!
We had the chance to interview Austin Ford, CEO and co-founder of The News Spy:
Does this software really work? “Yes. It has the potential to predict winning trades with 80% accuracy, but we are actually in beta mode to increase this win-rate to over 90%. This algorithm is unlike anything ever seen on earth before…”When will it go live?“The software is fully functioning and already generating daily profit for about 5,000 UK citizens. Sheikh Mansour could not resist the urge to open up early without any advertising. We will start doing PR in the next few weeks which we think should create about a million new registrations, but we are allowing self-sign ups with bonuses on their initial deposits if they wish to use the system. The deposit and our bonus offer are currently serving to fuel the first winning trades.”How will you ensure other tech companies don’t copy the system? “Yes. the actual algorithms must be hidden so no one can actually see how the software works. We hired a cyber security company to try to hack our code encryption. They were so unsuccessful in identifying any of our proprietary data that they chose to quit before their time allocation was complete. We are taking encryption very seriously, because if the source code is leaked or decrypted, someone could backwards engineer it and plug it into a trading platform with unlimited trade size, allowing the person to basically rob the whole world. We are confident our algorithm will remain confidential. We are offering the use of our system to UK citizens for free. All they need to do is fund their account.”Will the first ones to jump on this make more money? “We wouldn’t say that, no. Sure, the win-rate will be higher for first people to start using our beta testing mode due to it’s current success, but on the larger scale and with time it will even-out the wealth fairly well.”What is your vision? What do you wish to accomplish with this?“We believe that in the next 5 years the majority of World’s population will start using the software, and in 10 years the wealth gap will be completely blurred. This will end poverty, hunger and give political power back to the people of UK. This is the wish of Sheikh Mansour“
After the interview, Austin Ford’s team demonstrated the software in action. We were shocked. After a small investment of £250, it actually won 87 trades out of 100, resulting in profits of £2,853.91. We can’t wait for the software to start doing PR. Ford, Mansour and their team have promised that CNN will be the first to know, so keep your eyes open.
Jack Weller, 24
To save our reader’s time and double check The News Spy functionality, we took one of our intern students, Jack Weller, and told him to sign up, following each step.
The first step was fairly easy – he needed to fill in some details like name and last name under a video that demonstrated the software in action to random people off the street.