Nothing can be more frustrating than not having anyone to answer your follow-up questions after receiving a newsletter from a stock market mentor.
Try to read some of our testimonials. You’ll surely see one person who switched to Equilyst Analytics just because he wasn’t receiving a response no matter how many times he would email his questions regarding the newsletter sent by his previous mentor.
That’s a real problem. Not everyone has a good grasp of what they’ve read in one go.
There must be someone on a standby mode who’s ready to answer your follow-up questions, if any.
We don’t take it as a suggestion here at Equilyst Analytics. We see it as a must in our service.
As a matter-of-factly, we have an internal marching order from our chief executive officer.
Some of you might be thinking, “I can ask whatever I want to ask, any time, in a stock market Facebook Group. It has thousands of members. I am sure I will get a response.”
Know that it is not only the “act of responding,” per se, or the rapidness of response, that we should consider, but also the quality of the response itself.
While it’s possible that a Good Samaritan, who writes high-quality responses, is present in your favorite stock market Facebook Group, you cannot expect these good men and women to run in excitement towards your post as though they’ve been paid to do that for you.
Let’s rub salt into the wound. There are lots of “noises” ithe n stock market Facebook Groups. Hyping and bashing of stocks are all over the place.
Relatively new traders and investors are vulnerable (we didn’t say “gullible”) to news hypes.
Most of our customers are employees, entrepreneurs, and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).
These are people who seriously want to grow their money. There should be no space for comical and unrefined posts like “Piso ang usapan dyan mga ‘dre!” or “Todamun ang stock na ‘to!”
What you need are analysts who base their answers on data and not just on what they “think, feel, and believe.”
We still insert humor whenever it is timely in our Private Clients Forum but we keep it at a minimum. We are not stand-up comedians. If you’re looking for entertainment, our Private Clients Forum is the wrong place.
If you are looking for a team of analysts whom you can ask as trading happens, try our Private Clients Forum.
If you’re looking for a stock market , who will give you a detailed response, far more than what you expect, ask in our Private Clients Forum.
If you’re looking for a discussion board wherein you’re not at the mercy of the generosity of the admins and members to give you a substantial response that makes sense, visit our Private Clients Forum. No need to ask for our favor. It’s our job.
Do you now see what you’ve been missing all this time?