I have studied the stock market for 25 years using an eclectic approach that has allowed me to change and adjust as economic, market, investor psychology and media conditions change. I have a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology and have seriously committed my time and money to stock market investing since 1991. From January 1, 1991 to March 2009 my portfolio appreciated 8,500% . I am not a licensed broker, a "professional", or work for anyone except myself. My profit gains, however, speak for themselves.
My investing seminar is meant to be enjoyable, challenging, and very instructive. I conduct this seminar as a series of 3 hour classes that usually last 12-14 hours and include a 2 hour computer session that focuses on the best, most useful websites for investing. I teach in people's homes, or in mine, at the dining table in a relaxed, informal manner that allows students hands-on, immediate attention. Classes done in this group format usually have from 4-8 students. The seminar can also be a coaching sessions (one-to-one) where the learning process is speeded up.