Inspired by Gann

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​Krabi Workshop Recordings

The full set of recordings from the 2nd Inspired by Gann workshop held in Feb 2018


Provided in Flash drive format


Over 30 hours of educational, inspirational and thought-provoking material, focussed on trading for day to day income.


This inclusive course covers:

   -  Aspects of day to day trading,

   -  Ganns’ Mechanical rules, and how to apply them

   -  Ganns’ Egg course

   -  Analysis of Exit strategies

   -  Building trading plans

   -  Trading for profit

   -  Gann and Forecasting

   -  and much more


The package includes a digital copy of all slides and material used in the 5 day workshop.

PLUS for a limited time only - we are also including a bonus 3 month subscription to the Ganns Supply and Demand Letter and The Almanac.


Most attendees from the February workshop have indicated that they will be attending our next workshop.

"I received my IBG II about 3 weeks ago and have been totally inspired. I would like to thank you, Jon and Des for your efforts. You have taught me how to fish.  I'm not a fisherman but I understand that the concept of the difference of teaching someone how to fish or just giving them fish. When I first subscribed to the almanac I just wanted fish, but I learned that I wasn't on a charter boat that is captained by an experienced fisherman that takes your money and gives you fish. Your boat is one that passes on years of knowledge to people that want to learn how to fish. Trading is a bit like fishing. you never know if your going to catch any fish when you set out on your trip. When you first start fishing you go out without any idea of what fish you could expect to catch. After a while you learn that certain fish require different bait and different equipment. Then you learn that different tides or cycles give you a better probability of success. The masters of the charter boat are the ones that focus on a small number of varieties of fish and know when its a good time to go fishing. Thank you for teaching my how to fish."

 

Steve