Memorabilia . . .
A call from a fund manager that just made $75,000 on a small move in the S&P."I've been trading for a long time and I have never seen anything as powerful as this." He went on to tell me how he received positive slippage and how he entered within ticks of the bottom just by following my instructions. He thanked me again and again for teaching him.
"Bill, I feel like you've sold me the key to the mint. Thank you!"
"Dear Bill, Your manual and faxes are so interesting, clear and explicit that I am having no problems in following them. You are indeed an excellent teacher. I am very happy with my investment in your course.
Bill, you are a genius! Knowing my background, you know that I am familiar with gaming. In gambling, a slight edge can be extrapolated out for huge gains. The WolfeWave gives me an incredible advantage over uneducated traders. Thank you! (This was from one of the best known card counters in the world. He told me that he wanted to get into a business where intelligence is rewarded, not criminalized like it is at the Blackjack tables.)
As told to me. Two Wolfe Wave Practitioners. . . ."lets have a book burning party. All that useless junk that we've read."
76 year old doctor/S&P trader:"Terrific! Simply elegant. Elegantly simple."
A recent client told me that he had a Series 7 and a lot of trading experience and was about to "pack it in" until he began using the Wolfe Wave. After the first few days he called me and said:. . . "this really works! It's the first thing that I ever bought that does." He called the other day to tell me how well he is doing in other commodities as well.
"Bill, I wanted to take this course two years ago but kept telling myself that I would pay for it with my next profit. Profits were elusive. As you know, I signed on two weeks ago and I am very happy with it. My regret is that I didnít do it sooner. Thank you!"
A retired pharmacist, on Friday of his first week faxed me with a question and added a P.S.. . ."Only loss of the week. Tough eh?"
Three week student.. . . "Bill, you may think that I'm crazy but I priced a seat on the CME today."
. . . You can't make this stuff up!