The Duomo Initiative/PuriCassar
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Still another trading instructor offering’social proof’ of achievement, but no true record of trading. A investment and trading path by a few characters which proclaim to be extremely successful prop traders/investment managers/financial wizards using a secret-sauce formulation of trading. For a small fee of just $850 they may disclose the allegedly groundbreaking investment concept.

They promise to be needing to help single mothers, and ordinary folks to develop into filthy-filthy wealthy. Claim to become Swiss-based advantage managers, however, Swiss fiscal authorities don’t have any record of their presence.

Pure advertising sizzle, but not a lot beef.

User Review
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Pros: Silly, world class marketing efforts. YouTube videos contain useful information.
Cons: Owners of company have no verifiable track record of success. Ridiculous 'social proof'.

Thanks for reading today’s review of The Duomo Initiative.

What’s the Duomo Initiative? The business is a trading instructional company offering an internet trading class at $895.

Along with the trading instructional class, the Duomo Initiative asserts to become a subsidiary of a Swiss-based currency management firm named An internet search shows that also came on the scene, at roughly exactly the exact same period as the trading instructional firm The Duomo Initiative.

The company front individual and main entertainer is Nicholas Puri. In many promotional movies, Nicholas asserts he was a highly successful London personal banker and”earned a huge salary handling cash for actors and professional athletes.” Nicholas also claims to have handled cash through the purported money management company, PuriCassar AG. In reality, he likes to purr and eloquent regarding the numerous successes of his presumed money management company, PuriCassarAG. 1 such claim is that he “switched $50k to $500k in just 6 weeks“.

Regrettably, there’s absolutely no enrollment for a money management company named Additionally, neither Nicholas Puri or Alexander Cassar are enrolled with Finma as financial consultants or currency managers in almost any capacity. Finma responded to our phone query simply by saying,”if they’re handling cash in Switzerland, subsequently they need to be enrolled , and individuals of the supposed firm is enrolled.

“The Finma representative clarified that many people claim to become a Swiss-based currency management firm, or Swiss-based hedge fund since it simply sounds fine. The vision of”Swiss Currency Managment, Swiss Hedge Fund, Swiss Banks gets the impact of conjuring images of security and safety” answered the Finma rep. The Finma rep additionally suggested I contact the Swiss Funding and Asset Management Association and ask if they’re enrolled, or if anybody has heard of the supposed Swiss cash management firm.

The Swiss Funding and Asset Management Association responded they had no listing of those individuals or their businesses.

What is probably happening

On the surface, it appears that is simply a ‘front’ website. That it has no purpose or intent of actually managing investment funds for anyone. In fact, sent multiple inquiries to and requested information on the fund, how to invest, fund performance, etc. Unfortunately, PuriCassar AG refused to reply to our requests. However, all email links are embedded with real time auto tracking, and so we could see and observe someone opening the emails and then simply deleting the emails. They had no intention of answering.

In addition, sent several anonymous emails to and acted as if we were customers that simply needed to withdraw funds from our investment account. Once again, no reply. The emails were opened and promptly deleted. I find it very strange that a supposed Swiss-based money management firm would choose to simply ignore all inquiries. This supposed company doesnt even have a phone number.

Am I writing that is some nefarious scheme to defraud investors and trick people? No. But it certainly appears that The Duomo Initiative is using the backdrop of ‘Swiss-based money management’ as a show prop. A shiny trinket. Something that conveys the appearance of success. The equivalent of this marketing method would be Tim Sykes’ orange Lamborghini, or Anton Kreil with a picture of his supposed rocket ship (true story) that he plans on taking to the moon, or Cameron Fous (douche bag) with pics of his many bikini model girlfriends and private yachts.


Day Trading Glory

Learn my day trading secrets and hot babes will be wearing your name on their underwear.

It seems as if trading educators only seem to get more and more outrageous and outlandish in their claims of success. Several years ago, most trading educators had only one Bentley, now most have a fleet of Bentley’s, Porche’s, Mercedes, Ferrari’s and Lamborghini’s. Heck, even Nicholas Puri has his own Maserati to show off…

Duomo Initiative

Buy my trading course and you will soon own a new Maserati.

In my opinion, it appears that The Duomo Initiative and PuriCassar is quite simply a marketing entity. With its only purpose to sell a recorded trading educational course at $850 per person. Actual investment companies do not spend their time pumping out massive amounts of promotional videos and sales propaganda. The following websites are a testament to the marketing savvy…

The following video is also 100% promotional huff-puffery. I especially love the part where Nicholas Puri explains that one of his biggest motivations is “helping single mom’s.” What in the hell is that all about? And I love the part where they discovered a “secret trading method” that only the rich and famous have had access too. But us lolely folks on the bottom of the food chain can now be privy to these super-secret trading methods. Have a look at the video, its pure entertainment.

If you took the time to watch this video, you are probably feeling like you just took a bath in snake oil. But what if PuriCassar and The Duomo Initiative really do have a ‘super-secret’ trading method and they really do want everyone to become ‘filthy-filthy rich’ as they claim in their video? reached out to The Duomo Initiative and asked for some sort of proof of their amazing trading success. However, no response.

Wrapping things up

Although this review is negative towards the materials and marketing, it is important to note that the overall marketing is excellent. And I found the various YouTube video to be both informative and highly entertaining. But is this enough for me to pull out my credit card for yet another trading educator? Not a chance.

The only way that I would spend my hard earned money is if either of these clowns were to show some sort of proof of prior success. At this time, they are not willing to entertain this idea. Perhaps in the future, we can get a new review written, but it needs to be accompanied with an actual trading record for either Nicholas Puri or Alexander Cassar.

Thanks for reading and watching the corny video. As always, your comments and opinions are greatly appreciated.

And one last thing, a special message for Nicholas Puri, if things don’t work out with The Duomo Initiative, you can always go back to your old day job selling books and courses at Your Success Academy. Leave the business of trading and investing up to the professionals, or at least those with a verifiable track record of success.