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GulfCoastPip Sep 18, 2009 3:44pm | Post# 41

I've done mine.
I'm not quite there yet. I need 3 more before I can pass them out when they warranted.

capitalx Sep 18, 2009 8:51pm | Post# 42

Jacko made good money during the last bull run but he has continued to make damn good money.
Since joining jacko's group, I have contacted this poster http://www.forexfactory.com/showpost...&postcount=539 and am cross checking all his numbers. They are all right so far.

And J16's thread, whilst long, is a fantastic read. His membership site is even better

Like i said in my earlier post, I can vouch for both of these threads. I am a member of both groups. And they are brilliant.
kenkomo,
can you contact me. I can't see how to contact you

moneymaker2 Sep 19, 2009 12:05am | Post# 43

I'm not sure that's true when you consider the people who coach and train pro golfers, tennis players, boxers etc etc, how many of them have competed professionally in their sport?

There's also a big difference between mentoring and just teaching someone how to trade a particular strategy, if it was that simple then 95% of people around here wouldn't be losing their shirt
I stand corrected. I just meant that the pro bass fishermen were actually making money while those not even competing were not. For me, I just think it better to get advice/training from someone actually sucessful in a given field rather than someone attempting to be successful, that's all.

Mentoring and teaching methods are two different animals, for sure, and I certainly don't claim to mentor anyone (except my daughter), but just show some people what works for me.

nAVIN2007 Sep 19, 2009 12:27pm | Post# 44

I'm not quite there yet. I need 3 more before I can pass them out when they warranted.


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