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Well after months of my follow-up lessons being interrupted, I finally got through them all over my holiday. My success rate with the week 1-3 exercises I am happy to say was 100%; none of the stocks I picked turned out to be losers, and all of the ones I kept through the exercise met or exceeded the gains I had calculated. All-in-all I am beyond satisfied, and can honestly say that this has been a life-changing experience, so thank you!
AUG 8, 2014
ME10 Tech Analysis Part 1 - review by Deepak J. - MAY 3, 2014 "Seriously, I cant say enough about the knowledge I have gained these last 2 weeks."
Okay, I have completed up till the end of the Tech Analysis Part 1. My mind is a whirl is an understatement, but, this course is simply wonderful. I have a few things buzzing in my mind and am going to try to list them below. Hope this is not an intrusion into your time:
1. Well shall start with how I have fared. My worst has been a score of 13 and the best a Max. That I shall keep going back to the course material when I am confused is a given. I must say that this course has been made so simple that even for one like me, who has not been one for theory and /or classes, had me riveted while watching and learning. In fact I would go far to say that even my 16 year old daughter could understand this course. And we know how teenagers are…..
2. Okay, I know I am not supposed to be trading live while learning. But I am one of those strange ones who rarely follows instructions. Guess that’s the reason I ended up with TechniTrader. Well to cut a long story short, my trades are invariably on the Nifty and after following you, I have managed a success rate of 10 on 14. This for me is like superlative performance. I will add here I am doing small lots and booking out on profits. And very importantly yes, I have started using Stop Losses. I shall add here that I have always told all and sundry that the Markets are never a gamble, we the humans are the weakest link. Was I glad when I heard Martha (Martha Stokes CMT) state that this is the Business of businesses. I use the phrase very often these days..
3. What worries me now, is that from the next part of the course, it seems we shall be learning in relation to the US Markets. I agree, the principle works across all markets world wide. What does worry me, is that the charts that TechniTrader research will obviously have a focus towards the DOW or the S&P. Do you have any tie up with people in India or would I have to find a trading house with the information your provide. I seriously doubt that, as I have told off every single Relationship Manager of mine, whenever they call me with so called tips. Thankfully, after going through the course, I have managed to do one thing right, at least in the past.
4. Finally, when do I ask for the next part of the course? Considering it took 3 weeks for the 1st part to come in and the pace I am going at, I think I should be done in the next week or ten days. May I ask for it now or is it advisable to wait.
Seriously, I cant say enough about the knowledge I have gained these last 2 weeks. God Bless!!
MAY 3, 2014
TechniTrader ME10 Course - review by Mark W. - MAY 2, 2014 "My relationship with TT (TechniTrader) and the ME10 course has truly been a wonderful experience."
As I finish ME10 course I am extremely grateful for all the personal advise you have given me. Your answers have always been right on target, very helpful, so thorough I never had a follow-up question, and I am always encouraged by them.
My relationship with TT and the ME10 course has truly been a wonderful experience. The course, tremendous support, and total professionalism displayed by you, Kevin, and Martha is a rarity seldom encountered. Your sincere desire to make me (and every student) a success has been evident throughout.
As a part-time position and longer term trader I still have a lot to learn from all the meaty material in ME10, so I’ll be going over that material again and again.
And as my wife lovingly says, you did a lot of studying, “now show me the money”!! I’m confident it will come.
I intend to subscribe to the DME, PTW, or LTPD as part of my on-going education.
After I get some real-world experience I want to take the Options course to leverage my assets even more.
Thank you so much and I wish you all the best,
MAY 2, 2014
TechniTrader ME10 Course - review by Ryan P. - FEB 26, 2014 "I'm a current Technitrader student, and I am absolutely LOVING this course! By far the best money I have ever spent on education - and that's saying something"
I'm a current Technitrader student, and I am absolutely LOVING this course! By far the best money I have ever spent on education - and that's saying something, because as you'll see from my profile, I've spent an awful lot on education... Thanks for being such a great teacher.
FEB 26, 2014
TechniTrader ME10 Course - review by Chuck P. - DEC 12, 2012 "The ME 10 course is, in a word: Outstanding"
The ME 10 course is, in a word: Outstanding. I'm not one to give underserved praise. It's exactly for what I've been looking over the last two years. I started reading Van Tharp, then went to Alex Elder. Both approach trading from a psychological perspective. They are the better ones that I've come across, the latter especially. But, there was something missing, nothing that I could really put my finger on. I've read most of Dr. Elder's books, used his software, and was an off-and-on subscriber of his Spike Trade group. The latter had participants that picked stocks and supplied their technical analysis. The successful ones were "promoted" to Spikers. But, their picks were low-priced, mostly obscure stocks, swing trades. It didn't make sense to me. Dr. Elder promotes his Trading Camps for traders who have read his books, have put that knowledge to use, and are ready to progress to a week-long course taught by him in a tropical location. I recently purchased a DVD of one of these camps and discovered that he was just teaching his most popular book. Moreover, the countenances of and few questions asked by the participants reminded me of a get-rich-quick real estate seminar that a girlfriend dragged me two years ago. These people weren't learning, they lacked that proclivity. Then I sent him an email questioning one of his views on current market conditions and received what at first blush seemed a condescending answer to the effect that when I become more experienced… I replied that I'd been studying his books and subscribing to his Spike Trade for two years and that I was managing my own half-million dollar portfolio. I received a reply that this was serious money and that I should consider contacting his second banana (my term) as a coach. This man had a full-time job unrelated to trading. That is, if he's so good, then why isn't he making a living trading? And, if this was "serious money," what are the demographics of his market? That's when all the pieces came together.
I've run my own businesses for over 25 years, but I spent eight years in the corporate world prior to that after I graduated from college. Although I never allowed myself to think I was smarter than my peers, I found that I was, from a practical sense. I enjoyed ever increasing responsibilities in two companies--just before the home building industry collapsed in the early 80's, and the oil and gas business collapsed five years later. Most of the positions that I held were created for me. But, I'm not tooting my horn. I succeeded because I was the boy that saw that the emperor was naked. One example is that I was contracted to restate financial statements because of an overdue change in the accounting principal used for oil & gas drilling expenses/costs. The international, and now defunct accounting firm, Arthur Andersen, of Enron infamy, was making billions in fees running these engagements that were forced on the industry by the SEC. After about fifteen minutes of this drudgery, it occurred to me that it was being done wrong. They were having this company restate the financials only five years--the period of the current public set of statements--instead of going back to inception as required by a change in accounting principal. The first accounting course that I took in college discussed how to account for accounting "changes" (there are four types and a method for each type). It took me a few minutes to overcome the seeming assuredness of my conclusion and that I must be missing something. But I wasn't. By the beginning of the next day Arthur Andersen had to disengage from these thousands of engagements worldwide. While I "thought" myself out of a contract engagement, the point is that it wasn't any genius on my part. Rather, people don't think. Thinking hurts. In this instance the guy I reported to, a peer who had been in another Big 8 accounting firm as had I, refused to believe it, but agreed with me within a few minutes. Then we went to the Arthur Andersen senior, same thing, then a phone call by her to the Dallas office, and the dominos tumbled. Most of the other "successes" that I experienced in the corporate world were similar--people just didn't think and found it easier to assume what was was the way it was suppose to be. I remember a member of the HR staff at that oil & gas company (that eventually hired me a year later) asking me why I had to be different, why couldn't I just be like everyone else? Now that was telling. A friend of mine coined the term "spodabees," as in "it's spoda be this way."
I've no doubt that Martha sees this. Only a noble dedication and "seeing" would lead someone to develop a knowledge core and teaching it, and I use the word, teaching, advisedly. I have to wonder how broad a customer base she enjoys, and of that base, how many complete the courses and the additional required rigors, let alone appreciate her passion and dedication. For those that do, I've no doubt that they experience success. I cannot adequately express my appreciation for the professional curriculum that I am enjoying studying ME 10.
DEC 12, 2012
TechniTrader ME10 Course - review by Marvin E. - APR 18, 2014 "The best educational online Stock Trading Courses period. I have been a student since 2009 and would highly recommend this school."
The best educational online Stock Trading Courses period.I have been a student since 2009 and would highly recommend this school.
April 18, 2014
I'm glad to report to you that this course is so great and easy to conceptualize. I shall let you know as soon as I'm done grasping the content to the level I think satisfies my desire of ME10 then I'll be ready for next level.
I really appreciate your help..looking to talk to you soon.
TechniTrader ME10 Course - review by Bud V. - FEB 26, 2014 "Wish I would have had this course years ago before I lost so much money. I cannot believe how ignorant I was."
Wish I would have had this course years ago before I lost so much money...obviously I have a ton to learn, but so far the course looks great...no wonder I lost money. Actually when I traded before I had no fear. Now I fear, but will have tools. I cannot believe how ignorant I was.
FEB 26, 2014
I am really enjoying the training that I am getting. I find using the DVDs quite helpful because when I miss something I can just rewind and listen to it again until “I get it.” I am really looking forward to the rest of the course.
My (16 year old) daughter has just started using it today. So I will keep you posted on any questions she might have if I am not able to help her. I think it is going to take her a bit more time to go through the course because it is pretty intense.
The knowledge I found in the ME10 Course so far is beyond my expectations. I have read many books on trading and never had the feeling that I was on the right track or confidant about future success. Found my path with TechniTrader.
I have so far done the first 5 modules and will be starting today with Trade Management.
Many thanks for the support.