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Author: wcfenton Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 76418  
Subject: Re: Technitrader Stock Education Date: 6/21/2005 2:21 PM
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Is anyone familiar with the Technitrader Stock education program? I went to an Investools free seminar recently and found their program too expensive for what they offered the beginning investor.

My wife and I have each been contributing to our 401k plans the past few years and are looking to increase our savings to include Roth IRA's but would also like to learn more about managing our IRA's to improve returns in the current flat market.

The Technitrader program looks more reasonable at $995. I'd also be interested in any other programs out there teaching stock/retirement investing.

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Wes...

To each his own I guess. After looking at their web site, it looks like just another method of market timing. Do they give you a crystal ball to go along with the program:

http://www.technitrader.com/

Most, if not all of those "Free" Seminars have something they want to sell you and leave a person feeling that they MUST have whatever it is that they're selling. If it were me, I would take about 1/10th of the money they want for their program and invest in several of the better recognized books on investing. You probably would come out way ahead in the long run.

JMHO...

Regards,
Bill
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