Last week, IBD agreed to honor a deep discount to the level 3 chart school that had been offered by the IBD Meetup speaker Ted LePlat. When Ted presented the Level 2 Meetup class at the April Meetup, he offered a BIG discount. Apparently, he wasn't supposed to -- it had ended. But I twisted a few arms and they agreed for one last extension! But only if we act fast!
Here is the deal:The LEVEL 3 Chart School online price is $2,995.If you had signed up for LEVEL 3 at the LEVEL 2 class (last weekend) you would have gotten $1000 off = $1,995.If we get 5 or more people together, we can get the course for $1,500 each - that's 50% off list.
I believe this will be the last opportunity to get this deep discount. School attendance is growing as people are laid off and as people get fed up with their brokers. IBD will not have to offer this discount to fill classes in the future.
This is a one-day class of just chart reading. The workbook is about 200 pages - double sized (11" x 17") in cleaver spiral binding that allows it to lay flat. The print job is full color
and every chart is full of notes and comments
about multiple buy points, sell points, signals of strength and weakness
. It is an extraordinary class.
I HAVE TO KNOW SOON. I already have two people ? probably three. If you want to be part of the five who take this serious training, let me know with a PHONE CALL -[masked]-6702.
Here is the outline of the Level 3 course:
The Level 3 Course: ChartingLesson 1
Using IBD Price-Volume Charts
The two main components in a chart are its price and its volume. Chapter 1 - Using IBD Price-Volume Charts [extended description as a sample of the depth of this work]
Finding stocks with great earnings growth and sizzling sales can give you the first clues about the market's next big winner.
But if you stop at these fundamentals, you're not getting the whole picture.
Charts complete the view.
These "Charting the Course" chapters will help you learn to read stock charts and to recognize buy points and sell signals. It's the same method used by many professional investors, including IBD founder and market expert, William J. O'Neil.
Charts may seem complex at first, but there's a reason so many successful investors use them: Stock charts give you a ring-side seat for watching the trades of big institutional investors.
And as you begin to learn about charts, you'll see - it's easier than it might appear at first, and pretty soon, you'll be able to spot which stocks the big institutions are buying, and which ones they're unloading. Lesson 2
Base Patterns - Part I
Before a stock can to launch a big price run up, it must have a solid base pattern to build upon. Lesson 3
Base Patterns - Part II
This lesson will help you learn how to recognize trading patterns and determine the proper buy points. Lesson 4
Moving Average Lines
Watching a stock's action when it's trading near a moving average line can help you size up its prospects. Lesson 5
Nothing lasts forever, and that's particularly true with a long price run-up in a stock.
ARE YOU READY FOR THIS CLASS? I don't believe you have to take the Level 2 training to benefit from the Level 3 class. To take this class, I do highly recommend that you be familiar with:
- the CAN SLIM steps
- the five base patterns explained in "How to Make Money in Stocks"
Also, you should review:
- the sell-rules in chapters 9 & 10 of "How to Make Money in Stocks"
A more detailed course description
has been uploaded on our web site under "Files".I HAVE TO KNOW SOON.
I already have two people ? probably three. If you want to be part of the five who take this serious training, let me know with a PHONE CALL -[masked]-6702.
Wishing "Many happy Returns,"
Dallas/Plano IBD Meetup facilitator
P.S. I was NOT going to take this one-day class. It seemed too expensive for what I could figure out by myself. (I even have a full-color copy of the workbook.) But after taking the Level 2 training and seeing the depth of the training, it took no time for me to commit to the Level 3. I will pay the full $1,99if I have to get there. But I would rather save the extra $500. I simply had to ask myself, "How many times have I lost $2000 on a mistake in buying or selling?"