I have been doing some work on my SEC Filing DVD today, so I only made one trade. The DVD is seriously going to be great … I will admit that the DVD will not always be exciting or funny (sorry but it is hard to make accounting fun), but I will show you good stuff, including how you could have read through the SEC filings of Enron, Worldcom, and other frauds and figured out that they were fraudulent. I even show an email exchange between a convicted securities fraudster and myself so you can see how slimy those cretins are!
Daily profit: $127.00
Weekly profit: $2521.77
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I hope you and your wife have a wonderful anniversary weekend.
With me spending a bunch of time finishing up my DVD! Ha! Thx for the well wishing. Don’t worry, we’ll get away soon. Sort of reminds me of our wedding weekend–we got married on a Sunday and then the next day my wife had a test (we were both in grad school at the time).
“sorry but there is no way to make accounting fun”
haha no way man!
SEC filings can be hilarious if you get the right (or really wrong company). 🙂
haha remember all the crap Enron pulled with Star Wars themed subsidaries and whatnot? That’s decent source material right there,
They also can be really exciting if you do find something the average joe overlooked.
It’s all about attitude and salesmanship man, the right POV and personality can make watching Paint dry entertaining.
Granted it’s harder to do than say making monday night football compelling but still, you are trying to sell a product here man don’t cut yourself off at the knees…. 🙂
This in my opinion is the primary factor in why Tim is a blogging success. And hey it works for CNBC doesn’t it? Infotainment man.
Anyway I hope you have a wonderful anniversary and sell a megacrap-ton of DVDs
Agree with tasty, you don’t get sales without “salesmanship”
Best “Selling” Authors are not always great literary authors but ones who have a product (topic, theme) of interest at the time or who’s reputation is known.
check out GCHT (Chinese BB stock) not my type of play but may of be interest to you.