For the first time ever on video, professional trader Mark Cook has agreed to reveal the methods he used to win the 1992 U.S. Trading Championship with an incredible 536% return! During the last several years, these strategies have been shared only with a small group of traders in the high-priced seminars Mark holds at his farm. Some of these trader's stories have eclipsed even Mark's phenomenal success. Now it's your turn! In this eye opening workshop Mark also explains how much time and effort it really takes to become a professional trader. In the process he presents you with some difficult questions such as: Are you willing to work hard enough? Can you afford to pay the "tuition costs?" How much money do you need to get started? And how much money can you expect to make? After completing this workshop you'll know how to develop a personal trading plan based on hard work and discipline. And you'll know exactly what is required to launch a successful trading career of your own.
In this fast-paced DVD, trading champion Mark Cook shares his ideas for making winning trades. As the first place finisher in the options division of the 1992 U.S. Investing Championship, Mark credits research, planning and an attention to detail for his astounding 536% return. In this presentation, Mark reveals how he uses common sense and hard work in just the right proportions to dramatically improve his trading success. After viewing this tape, you'll come away with a realistic perspective on how much money you can expect to earn with your trading and how much time you'll need to spend to achieve your goals.
Coventry, 1976. For a brief, blazing summer, a young Mark Barrowcliffe had the chance to be normal. He blew it….
While other teenagers concentrated on being coolly rebellious; Mark - like millions of other boys in the '70s and '80s - chose to spend his entire adolescence pretending to be a wizard or a warrior, an evil priest or a dwarf.
A series of brutal injuries ended Mark Reifkind's Olympic hopes in gymnastics, in champion powerlifting, in ultra-marathons and in Ironman triathlons. A resurgent Mark battled back to become one of the premier kettlebell trainers in the US.