Trainer: DiNapoli Levels Expert Joseph Auxano
Duration: 2 days (Start time: 11am, End time: 5-6pm)
The Standard Private seminars are usually on weekends and are 2 days of thorough review of what is in DiNapoli Levels as well as the introduction of new material that has been developed since the book, Trading course, and DVD were produced. There is about half a day of computer related workshop, the rest is a heavy dose of hands-on learning and a thorough discussion of things that just can’t be covered in a larger scale seminar format. It takes an understanding of where the trader is at to give what is needed, thus we limit the class to 6 attendees, which is why they are hard to get in. Market manipulation techniques by major participants (hedge funds and proprietary trading firms) are also covered so you will understand what they are doing when you see it happen.
Leading Trainer: Joe DiNapoli
Supporting Trainer: DiNapoli Levels Expert Joseph Auxano
Duration: 2.5 days
The Advanced Private seminars are conducted by Joe DiNapoli Himself and they are harder to get into than standard
P-sems as we only offer one or two advanced seminars a year. Traders get together, analyze and trade. The process can be daunting for newer traders even though it is required for everyone to attend a standard private seminar before attending an advanced. It is a requirement to come qualified and prepared.
Typically you get together for a few hours on a Sunday evening and discuss the current markets. On the next 2 days, it's live active trading. It can be quick and challenging. Attendees trade for better or for worse together with Joe DiNapoli. It’s a lot of fun and usually attendance is limited to 4 or 5 and that sometime leaves most of you waiting sometimes 2 years or more to get in.
This is really something special. If you manage to reserve a spot, just go!
Weekly Focus subscribers and students who purchased DiNapoli Levels Academy Program are eligible to a discount, contact us for a coupon.
Weekly Focus subscribers and students who have had a standard Private Seminar in the past have priority seating.
Most of our best students are those who have had multiple standard P-sems before ever feeling ready and taking an advanced P-sem. In another words You move up to top of the list the more prepared you are for the Advance Seminar. Please note it’s not what the seminar is called, it’s what You are able to learn and what you are ready to absorb that makes all the difference.
Please note that DiNapoli Levels are taught to traders all around the world for over 30 years.
Below is a sample one, feel free to contact us if you want more from our vast archives.
Without doubt, your seminar was the best I ever attended, and I have been to several. Some of the so-called gurus were too superficial. Some were more interesting in supporting their egos than in teaching. Some dusted off the standard indicators without adding useful insights to trading them. Some professed to have a unique approach that had a high probability of success, but never revealed the details necessary to fully understand the process for implementation. Some offered impressive back-tested results of their proprietary(?) systems but had never traded them in real time. Some had the personality of a train wreck and thus couldn’t teach a squad of troops with diarrhea how to get to the latrine. I could go on and on, but you get the message.
With that experience, I arrived at your home with skeptical anticipation, at best. That feeling was soon relieved. Your reception was warm. The atmosphere for learning was friendly. The method of instruction was designed to accommodate each attendee’s personal needs. Your desire to imbue the proper trading skills was obviously sincere. The approach was hands-on rather than professional. The structure was flexible. A thorough understanding of a key principle was required before the instruction moved forward. All in all, the instructional experience was most enlightening. On top of that, it was fun, an essential to the learning process. Anyone who did not go away a significantly better trader should not have come in the first place.
What was taught? Simple. The Plan, the Plan, toujours le Plan. Consistent profits would follow if one followed religiously a reasonable plan-not with blinders, but with a flexible discipline.
The idea that a trading plan is paramount over financial reward is not an easy concept to embrace. However, the more on analyses it, the more sense that notion makes. Profit won’t result unless the plan works. If one is not getting profits, either the plan is faulty of its execution is flawed.
Moreover, a good plan account for the probability of losses-and, there will be some. However, when such accountability is incorporated in the plan, their appearance is not destructive to the mind of the pocketbook. The amount of profits will exceed, to an acceptable degree, the losses. If it does not, again either the plan is at fault of its execution is. Thus, there is a built-in test of the plan. Its success will bring happiness because that will not only insure profits, but also will satisfy one’s ego, thirst for success in an adverse environment, desire for excitement, wish to prove one’s self, or any other motivational itch. So, however you put it, proper execution of a good plan is tantamount to financial success and thereby is the goal to be achieved.
I won’t comment on the detailed elements of the plan you taught except to say that it is comprehensive, executable by laymen and includes entry and exit techniques, money management principles and personal discipline factors essential to all levels of trading in any markets.
What else can I say other than, “Thank you, Joe.” The experience was most pleasurable and rewarding. I look forward to some future association.
C C 2003