How is this different than the stock training seminars offered on late-night TV?
"If you think small things don’t matter, try spending the night in a room with a mosquito."- Dalai Lama, spiritual leader
- People don’t hear of this workshop via mass advertising. Instead, students hear about the workshop either from the instructor or they are referred by a former student.
- Unlike other seminars, there is no one in the room trying to get you to buy more stuff (things like coaching, software, books, other workshops, newsletters, etc).
- There is no magic software to buy. If this could be solved by software, then programmers would already own the world.
- Price. This is not advertised to the masses; there are no salespeople to pay; no outside instructors are hired. None of those costs are added to the price. Students have said that this is the “bargain of the century”.
- You are told, up front, that "learning" to trade is frustrating, VERY frustrating. Once learned, it is easy to do, but it IS very frustrating to learn. Infomercials appeal to the dreamers who want to get rich quick. In the workshop, you're told to expect it to take a few years to master the skills to successfully trade. Most people want big results much faster. Be realistic. It probably took you a few years to get good at the job you do today – why should learning to trade/invest be any different?
- There are no professional speakers brought in. The concepts taught are what the instructor uses to make a living from the stock market.
- Ordinary people, with no prior knowledge of the market, have become successful by using these techniques.
Don't be a trailblazer - just follow the established path to success.
"In real estate, it’s location, location, location. In business, it’s differentiate, differentiate, differentiate."- Roberto Goizueta, chairman of Coca-Cola