Pennystocking on Red Bull
One could complain or one could give praise. I'm bad at choosing, so here's a bit of both.
As stated, Tim was likely running off of Red Bull more than food, sleep, or oxygen, but he's a busy guy. I respect that. That didn't bother me so much, anyway. I just watched all four DVDs wishing the quality was better. Maybe I'm a technology nut, but all I could think of was how nice the video would have been had it been shot on a Canon 7d (relatively cheap and great digital quality) and a nice 60" LCD screen. Then I think, "but I'm not watching this looking for Blu-Ray quality and special effects, I'm watching for the content." But it could be more pleasing to the eye, which would have been less distracting. It either bothers you or it doesn't.
So let's get over it and look at the content. Wow, that's a lot of graphs. Too many? No. that's research for ya. There can only be more, and that's what he includes: more. Tim did a great job collecting a ton of graphs and going through them all (no wonder the Red Bull!). It's amazing how much he pulls from memory. For a beginner trying to make sense of it all, it can take some getting used to in order to digest all the information. For example, many of the graphs are monthly preparing you for what you'll be doing intraday, then other graphs focus on this. A couple of times in the DVD he mentions that the presentation should have been put together better as some companies whose graphs should be together aren't, or are in a strange order.
The DVD is raw, as I believe they all are, which has its pros and cons. The DVD is the way it is because it was shot the way it was shot. It doesn't leave much room for editing, and I don't think that's something he wanted much of. It's in the style of 'push the record button, step away from the camera, and we're going to talk about chart patterns for the next five or so hours.' Love the footage and presentation or hate it, but the content is there, it's real, and there's plenty of it. Now I just need to go watch it again. And again. And so on.
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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