all of this is not as expected.
The link for the video is moneymappress which is a rip off scam.
that is unless your completely stupid and want to buy their Project Prophecy 2.0 abatement plan revision 2.0 for $40.00
Not really. I think it is an interesting perspective on the market. I'd rather go through his materials than not go through his materials.
I'm glad to have pulled my head out of being an Excel Data Analyst, studying SQL, finishing a read-through of the Project Management Institute's PMBOK, watching webinars, studying Josephus and the topic of the Historical Jesus, my body at age 53, Lifetime Fitness Health Club, my 2006 Priusand be able to think about market strategies again.
If I were in NYC again, I'd go to the Yale Club and listen to him speak, if that was something to attend. Years back, I was there to listen to an author speak about the relationship of oil prices to the stock market. I'm glad at spent some time with that author-fund manager. Is it my focus right now in my "econometric" model? No.
Is Brazil a focus right now in my "econometric" model of the global market? No.
If I had a committed lover, or just a friend, or an alum, or someone from investments groups/trading groups that have stayed with the market, keeping up with the knowledge and gaining wisdom, I'd be better off. BUT, go to technical trading monthly meeting, it is not encouraging that one would find a husband there. Some of the speakers are quite affluent if not better.
Still, when I commute home, I'm sure the people driving the Nissan Z's are tech people.
What is that? When I was on the highways within 20 miles of Manhattan, I didn't see as many Nissan Z's as I see in the 35 mile radius of Plano, TX.