Betting on Zero
The Crusade to Expose the Largest Pyramid Scheme in History

Betting on Zero - The Crusade to Expose the Largest Pyramid Scheme in History
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charles

Sounds like Christine Richard never heard of Tupperware or MaryKay Cosmetics. Shortly after this documentary was completed, Ackman pulled all of his short positions on Herbalife. and in 2018 it had a two-for-one stock split. i guess it depends on what you think the difference is between "a ...Read more

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Simon

What a disgusting company...

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