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Options for Rookies: Premium Edition. Membership Closed

This website and blog represent something new for me. To both my loyal readers, and new acquaintances, the free blog, Options for Rookies, is still published with the same quality content that you have come to expect.

This site serves a different audience

Options for Rookies Premium was constructed with one objective: Providing High Quality Options Education.

one month Gold Membership is less than the price of one 15-minute private consultation., making the Gold Membership an outstanding value.

There are courses for beginners and traders who prefer a traditional approach to learning. We also hold live meetings where we can interact with each other.

  • Question and answer sessions
  • Discussions with member participation
  • Minimum of four sessions per month. More, as needed
  • Sessions are recorded (video) for members who cannot attend

We are in this together, working with each other to provide an options education for YOU. Here’s how I see my obligations to each Member.

At Options for Rookies Premium we offer an interactive approach to learning. I’ll meet with Gold Members in live, group sessions where we chat about whatever interests you.

There’s more than just the live sessions. We’ll also Track specific trades, from entry to exit – with detailed commentary along the way.

There’s a forum. Ask a question, make a comment, respond to the comments of other members. The more you sue the forum, the better for everyone.

This is your membership site. If I’m asking you to become a member, it’s only fair that you know something about me and the ideas that form my trading philosophy. Take the time to read about me and my ideas and decide if I’m someone who has the right approach to help you.

Gold Membership

    Membership is closed

4 Responses to “This Site”

  1. Michael Fleisher July 19, 2012 at 7:56 pm #

    Hello,
    Tried to “get a taste” on your visitor’s page. Videos don’t show on iPad. It is important for me to be able to experience site on the iPad before jumping in with a membership.
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks
    Michael

  2. Chris P August 23, 2012 at 10:58 am #

    For Michael and others who are having issues viewing videos on an iPad. Try installing the free browser called ‘Puffin’, while I haven’t specifically tried watching Mark’s videos through it I would imagine it would work – I’ve used it to view flash videos and even use flash applications on many websites with my iPad. I think it works like a charm and is the best way I’ve found to get around the flash limitations on the iPad.

    • Mark Wolfinger August 24, 2012 at 7:17 am #

      Thanks Chris,

      I can make my videos more suitable for Apple products, but until recently have had no special reason to do so.

      To members: If you prefer videos to be AAPL compliant, let me know and I’ll do what I can to accommodate.