What is No More Pies!?
At the end of 2008, Bill Good found a small number of our clients who had not gotten slaughtered in the market. In fact, the common denominator with them was that they were all even or up (and not just a little up, I mean by 8%, 12%, etc.) AND they were all using “point and figure charting.” No More Pies! means ... no more pie charts or asset allocation.
So, it began . . .
The two people that Bill decided on to deliver this seminar were Danny Harbison and Jack Reutemann.
Jack is also a veteran in the business. He is a long time point and figure master and has a billion dollar practice. He has had frequent spots on CNBC® and Fox News® talking about his views of the current market conditions in the heart of the country, Washington DC. He was one of the people who answered up 12%.
When Bill and Jack built the recipe for this class – there were two main objectives that Bill had:
- To make sure that the attendees have all the tools and knowledge to help their clients keep their money intact.
- To be able to not only know point and figure, but to be able to go out and prospect with it and educate clients on how you are continually keeping their money safe.
Check those off! That is what we do.
Now that you have a little knowledge about what we have, we now need to talk about what is happening today, so read on. So, the first question to ask yourself is, how have you felt when the market drops 350 points in one afternoon?
Are you ready for those conditions? Were all your clients in a safe place?
I can promise you all of the clients that belong to a No More Pies! graduate were.
Now the next question is: Are you ready for the next wave?
Jack has been warning past graduates about these things for quite some time now (based on what they are seeing in Xs and Os, and double tops and bottoms).
This is not a flash in the pan. We have had this class on the ground for three years now, and have trained over 500 advisors.
For more information about how we can help you understand more, please call Jill Olsen (800) 678-1480 x 1298.