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I'm leaning heavily towards attending the Masters Program in May or at the latest December. Would really appreciate input/perspective from prior attendees! Thanks for your insights! Brad
i went..it really helped me understand the market..u should go to level 1,2,3..first...i took me a year after the lvl.4 class to really grasp the concept. plus i got to sit next to bill oneil during lunch and got a lil one on one time with him and it really impacted me...i do trade for a living so if you want to do it for life or got the money to burn do it...if you follow what they teach to the t u will make money.
Hey, jee123 - thanks for reply! I've done the level 2 and 3 home study versions, I thought they were well done. That's great you had a personal conversation with WON - sounds very inspiring - possibly worth the price of admission! Yeh, I've got the trading bug too so I've got to take this as far as it goes..Brad
A bit late to reply, but I have attended and loved it. To survive as an investor one needs conviction. Attending high quality events helps enormously.
What did you learn that made it worth spending that much money?
I attended last December. My favorite part was when Bill reviewed all past leaders of the recent market cycle. what was best was not his commentary on the stocks but all the fascinating tangents he went on when looking at a stock. He would see how a stock had increasing sponsorship and would then begin talking about why that is so important and past experiences he had with such data in his investing etc... I would love to go back just to hear Bill talk and to speak with him. also Mike Webster and Charles Harris are very friendly and helpful as well during the lunch and evening breaks. if you feel you are lacking capital for investing, I wouldn't draw on my account just for this event as it will not be dramatically new information. Otherwise I would go every 6 months.
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