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2016 year end detailed answered on Quant Trading Analysis

(Last Updated On: December 31, 2016)

2016 year end detailed answered on Quant Trading Analysis

I spent nearly two hours answering question explaining concerns on the future of these services I run.

Note nearly half of my audience makes over $150k. I also explain how you can accomplish this same game goal for 2017.

https://www.quantcast.com/quantlabs.net?qcLocale=en_US#trafficCard

Your time is running out to take advantage of what I offer

Watch this lengthy video down below so you can decide!

This include answers of:

From JH
From Esteban

Coincidently, yesterday I downloaded  TBB for Linux.

Best,
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From Sean:

Can you please confirm how much the 2 for 1 offer is and how many years it is for?

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From JH
I have to be honest with you here,

I’ve been looking at your emails and I’m genuinely interested in the topics you’re exploring, but charging people $100/month for snippets of information that require’s constant monitoring and participation is a big, resounding no way. I don’t have time for that, and it’s a very poor way to learn a topic.

I would be interested in purchasing the contents of your articles and code examples if they were available, but the way you run your business by destroying content is a very serious drawback, one that prevents me from taking you seriously. How does anyone know what content you have available? How does anybody know your content us valid and useful? How does anyone know it is correct?

The very thing I’m looking for, a reference guide with examples, seems to be the opposite of what you’re really providing. I’m looking for a reference library of textbook like information, not a magazine.

Imagine if college textbooks worked on a subscription basis where chapter 1 becomes permanently unavailable when chapter 4 is released? As a former college physics teacher, I guarantee that student with a subscription will have a much more difficult time learning than the one who buys the textbook, and will eventually give up.

This is in part why textbooks are so expensive. I would never argue that you ought to just give your content away, but I can’t help but wonder aloud in an e-mail to you if a subscription model isn’t actually limiting your sales instead of helping. Just add up how much you could make from getting the relatively small subgroup of people willing to pay for a subscription, vs. how much you could make selling a series of books to a much much larger target market via Amazon or the like. If you can offer a library of your text and examples, and run a regular sort of blog where you review the various methods and offer your opinions on them, I would buy your series of books.

Think of it this way; if you were to take the entire content of your site from beginning to end, divide the content into a series of books that cover all the topics, then calculate how much a person would have spent on a subscription to get all the content and divide that amount by the number of books. You will reach a larger audience, and make the same amount as a subscription, if not more because of the increased pool of consumers.

You could make a lot more money this way, and not put off rationals like myself who see sales pressure and gimmicks as a sign of illegitimacy. I’m a skilled technical writer, and I could help you write these books if you are interested.

 

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!

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