Do your due diligence.
That’s what all the MLM gurus tell you to do.
So what does that mean for the average MLMer?
They listen to a recruiting conference call, talk to a few distributors who are trying to sponsor them telling the company story , and perhaps try a Ouija (Weegie) Board.
Here’s the type of due diligence and explanations that would be better than rolling the dice.
Publicly traded companies seem to get scrutinized by some smart people:
Read one example:
There are still no guarantees. And the research can be flawed by the analyst’s lack of street knowledge, but this type of research can enhance someone’s knowledge of the industry.
Disclosure: There are no positions held in the stock (Herbalife) used in this example by MLM.news.