Please resend video ,does not work.
I tried out the webinar link in 3 browsers. Chrome and Firefox worked without a problem. The video got hung up using Internet Explorer, but reloading the current page worked and there were no other problems. If you continue to have problems viewing the video, please email us at email@example.com and we'll work through the issue with you. Thank you.
Thank you for your seminars -- they are great. I am using TS more and more in developing my portfolio. The research and resulting rationale that underpins your tools is incredibly helpful in selecting what and how much I invest in any position. I find myself now reverting to TS whenever an investment opportunity presents itself. Keep up the great work!
Thank you, Bob, for your kind words. Please let us know if you need any specific assistance. We'll be glad to help out.
All the best,
Yes....please resend video.......screen becomes frosen after a few minutes into it.
Please check out the response made to Tony. I think that if you reload the page, you should be able to view the webinar without any problems. Let us know if you are still having issues by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'm more sold than ever. I used the risk rebalancer the other day to split one big holding into 7 others stocks from their. After, the big stock was up .3 and the others combined were up 7.9 percent but from there, it got better....A massive gain from the way I was running my portfolio. I'm a lifer. That's how I got the Risk tool but, I like others, are seeing how much this program can add safety and a lot more money into our lives, immediately and over time. I'm sure glad Porter markets Trade Stops.
It's obvious you don't have to be a good speller to be successful with Trade Stops. See my previous post. Sorry about that.
Thanks James! We appreciate your kind words. Congratulations on your successes!
please explain the red thumbs up symbol
Thank you for explaining the top-down research strategy, e.g., looking at the top 10 holdings in the various Select SPDR ETFs. I love it and am happily researching with a different focus now. Such a simple concept but one I never thought of. Two heads (or more) are always better than one!