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Changing to yearly membership

Discussion in 'Support' started by will, May 25, 2016.

  1. will

    will Well-Known Member

    How do I switch my membership payment to yearly instead of monthly?
     
  2. tom

    tom Administrator Staff Member

    I can do that for you Will. Just let me know when you'd like to switch.
     
  3. will

    will Well-Known Member

    Alright, thanks. Did I see something before where I could credit my monthly payments towards the yearly? Or am I remembering wrong?
     
  4. tom

    tom Administrator Staff Member

    HI Will. We haven't done that. I usually convert the latest monthly fee to annual. I see you just renewed four days ago so I would apply this month's payment to the annual subscription.
     
  5. will

    will Well-Known Member

    Ok lets set it up. thanks
     
  6. tom

    tom Administrator Staff Member

    Will do!
     
  7. will

    will Well-Known Member

    just got the notification. Thanks again.
     
  8. Ravi

    Ravi New Member

    I wanted to know what is the best course "best value for money" to learn on a weekly options trading. I can't afford M3 or dan sheridian. I see there are a lot of them now trying to teach weekly options trading so I am confused to find a mentor with good track record and stratergy
     
  9. Al G.

    Al G. Well-Known Member

    Ravi, in my opinion the best value is to become a member of Capital Discussions ($12/month). Pay $300 to access the Road Trip class for 3 months (during the 3 months the $12/mo is waived). This is an easy trade to learn and manage and it's a good foundation. Focus on one trade and learn it well. The problem most people starting out is to constantly try and learn new trades, without first mastering one "go to" trade. One last thing, you will need to invest in a tool either options vue or ONE. I would recommend Option Vue because it's the one used to teach Road Trip Class.
     
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