The Professor’s Methodology course is unlike any other financial course or expensive trading seminar. You don’t need expensive trading software to manage your investments. You only need to understand a few simple rules and indicators that are available for free on the internet.
The Professor periodically holds his class (The Professor’s One Minute Guide to Stock Management) in the evening Continuing Education Sessions at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Fl. It is a 6 hour course divided into 3, 2 hour sessions.
If you are unable to attend The Professor’s Methodology class you can purchase his book in softcover here or for your kindle from Amazon.
Using The Professor’s Methodology as described in The Professor’s One Minute Guide to Stock Management only requires one minute a day to protect yourself once your positions are established. Trading and investments should not be a worrisome adventure. Life is too short and every moment is precious. There are too many things that we need to be concerned about as we live our lives. Worrying about our investments should not be one of them.
Specifically, what are some of the things you take away from the class or The Professor’s book?
- When is a good time to be "in the stock market" and a good time to be "out of the stock market"
- Learn how to recognize when to buy and when to sell stock’s and ETF’s
- How to recognize what to buy
- How to Position Trade and the advantages
- How to use technical indicators
- Hockey Stick to learn entry and exit points
- Wave analysis to follow tops and bottoms
- You will also learn what the one most important concept for trading and making money is.
As always, the Professor never makes recommendations. The information is provided on an educational basis so you can have informed discussions with your financial advisors and/or accountants about your individual investment decisions.
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