BlowFish wrote:Hi Kat,
Thank you for clarifying your position. I apologise if I came across rather 'hardball' but I do think the whole internet marketing of 'hopes and dreams' thing has got out of hand.
No problem, Nick. No harm done at all. Just shows me you have a healthy dose of skepticism--always a good thing--and that you're protective of Avery! Gotta appreciate that!
As far as the whole "internet marketing of 'hopes and dreams,'" that kind of targeted marketing has been around centuries before the internet came along, in both subtle and not so subtle forms. The difference now is that our exposure to these advertising messages keeps growing by the second, both online and offline. Some of what's being sold is perceived as junk, and some is perceived as extremely valuable. What matters, in most cases, is how the end user applies what they've purchased. If you buy a tube of toothpaste, but keep it in your bathroom cabinet and rarely use it, don't expect to get a clean bill of health from your dentist. Same goes with information. Apply what you learn. If you don't understand it, ASK for further clarification. If it's still not clear to you, ASK again. That's what I do. Seems simple enough.
Charly wrote:Where is the download you are mentioning in your latest post here?
Hi Charly! What Avery was referring to is "The Big Picture Trading Strategy" from his free eBook. You can get it by going here: