You are Not Alone

Dennis Parmelee


Hello, I am Dennis Parmelee and I want to take a moment to welcome you to this site.

There is a mystique surrounding trading and investing, and that needs to be seen for the mirage that it is if we are going to be successful in this business.


I would like to empower you with the tools and techniques that will allow you to improve the quality of your life. Age is not a barrier in this business; markets are equal opportunity employers.

Review my daily posts, maintained since 2009. The charts, notations, videos, chat.

Understand the discipline and effort that was required to systematically capture this information…after a day of  “work” at the office…

Commitment is required, not passion.


Decide if you want to continue getting the same results you are currently getting, or if it’s time to get real results and build your confidence and capital base.


The currency of the modern generation is time, money, and health.

Believe in our destiny…yours and mine…

…To have it all…We need to remind ourselves it is never too late to re-invent ourselves.

Together, we can do this.


There are  many good traders out there who will share  information freely and sporadically on vehicles like twitter or facebook. Observing them is not enough to learn how to trade and invest profitably.

If you were sick, would you try to diagnose your health issues yourself, or would you see a Doctor, a specialist who has dedicated years of his life studying disease and the human body?

Will you go to a baseball game and sit in the stands, expecting to learn how to play?

It’s a false economy and as foolish to try and cobble together a trading plan on your own without seeking assistance from experienced traders who will systematically teach and coach you.

Keep it simple. Save years of trial and error and a boatload of money. Learn what other professionals have already discovered and be in the group of traders who consistently take profits out of the market’s fluctuations.

Occam’s Razor is a powerful idea.

Just do it.


Dennis Parmelee

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