Mark,Boy am I glad I stumbled across your post.I went to the TMTT 3 day seminar, but found myselfvery skeptical about dropping the kind of money theywanted (especially since I've recently beeen victim of a corporate downsize), even though I found myself interestedin the course. (maybe the Russ Whitney connection wasjust too slimy for me).Anyway, I was looking for anyone who had experiencewith TMTT, and thank God, you popped up.I wish you nothing but the best of luck (probably for some selfish reasons - so I'll feel safe buying the course the next time they're in town). Keep up the great work, and thanks for the honesty.
You're welcome... the blog's a lot of work, but I know I'm helping others make more informed decisions. I know I'd like to have seen something like my blog when I was signing up for courses. If you're really interested in trading for a living I'm finding The Complete Trading for a Living by Dr. Alexander Elder to be very useful and is probably a good place to start, even before any TMTT classes (and it's only $40, including the study guide in a leather bound edition, I bought the study guide separately and spent more!). Add what's commonly known as the Technical Analysis and Options "Bibles": Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets by John J. Murphy and Options as a Strategic Investment by Lawrence G. McMillan, and you'll have a head start on trading and be even more prepared for what TMTT can teach you.
Best of Luck and Diligence!
*Name changed to protect the presumed innocent.