In 1997, I took a forex course from an individual who understood the mathematical and traditional concepts of the forex like no one else I have ever met. I paid $10,000 for the private session. Everything he said impressed me, because I knew absolutely nothing about the forex at that time. The two-day seminar was conducted by book only and involved a lot of mathematical concepts and formulas that I had never heard of before in my life.
During the first three hours of the seminar, the complexity of the material was simply too much for my mind to accept. When my mind did clear up occasionally, all I could focus on was the fact that I had paid $10,000 for the course. I spent most of the first morning trying to figure out how to ask for the nonrefundable fee back. I was also trying to figure out how I was going to tell my family that I had just given a cashier's check for $10,000 to a total stranger for a training seminar about a product called the forex that no one I knew had ever even heard of.
After the first three hours, I went to lunch and prayed. Afterward, I felt more relaxed and at ease with my situation. I laughed at almost everything that was said during the rest of the two-day seminar. The instructor didn't speak very good English, and I guess my laughter and smiles made him think I was just enjoying the class.
About three months later I attended another course, this one taught by someone in Florida who at least ...