“ informative, friendly ”
— robert e. dupre on Apr 23, 2013.
“ I like that there are like minded individuals in the cimmunity willing to ahare their thougts and experience with others ”
— john feole on May 17, 2012.
“ It was my Second meeting and thought everything was wonderful. The information was excellent. It was presented in a very informative way. Good examples were used. ”
— Giles Cloutier on Apr 19, 2012.
“ Plan to attend next time. ”
— Larry Risso on Mar 22, 2012.
“ Our organizer, Ray, works very hard to make sure we all get as much out of this group as possible. I believe my trading has improved because of this Meetup. Thanks Ray! ”
— Susan on Jan 19, 2012.
“ Outstanding advice. ”
— Steven Deletto on Nov 17, 2011.
“ We are a small group of traders with varying degrees of expertise and different approaches to the market. There are no dues or other fees, and we do NOT trade collectively as a group, but meet as an educational forum to discuss various strategies, techniques, and other trading related issues. Our meetings are open to prospective members of any level, including those completely new to trading. ”
— Raymond Dreczko on May 20, 2010.
“ this was a great way to expand and see what other people are doing. ”
— Jay on May 19, 2010.
“ Every little bit helps, sitting in on a meeting can help you expand what you know and expose you to some things you didn't. learning in this type of environment is mush more interactive then reading a book, or study guide. being able to share ideas strategies with other market enthusiast is in my opinion the best way to expand your know how and improve your results! Thanks Ray! ”
— Stephen on Sep 17, 2009.
“ It's like getting a PhD in making money in the stock market. Fascinating. Great leadership from Ray and nice group of people. ”
— Paul Marshall on Sep 17, 2009.
“ Stock trading is an individual activity without the ability to share ideas and experiences, except for for groups that have the common interest. This is such a place. To talk about trading strategies and submit successes and failures to learn how to improve methods. In,addition there is exposure to multiple investment methods. ”
— Arthur Cain on Mar 19, 2009.