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Latham Group Inc

Latham Group Inc (SWIM)

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SWIM Discussion

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MikeDyr MikeDyr 4 years ago
Used to use Trade Architect. Does anyone know how to show the trades coming through on TOS L2?
Nuthernewbie Nuthernewbie 7 years ago
Julius Banfai put me on to Thinkorswim a couple of weeks ago and I'm just starting to find my way around. I can't seem to find a way to enter a Bull Call Spread and have resorted to doing it manually.
I like the charting and paper trade functions, though.
WayneC777 WayneC777 15 years ago
everyone is sleeping here
Pennybuster Pennybuster 15 years ago
yes i do.
WayneC777 WayneC777 15 years ago
There is a video section on think or swim that dows help.
WayneC777 WayneC777 15 years ago
or maybe there as scared of learning as we all were when when we all started.
WayneC777 WayneC777 15 years ago
there is a Video section already on the site.
WayneC777 WayneC777 15 years ago
you know this think or swim was bought out by TDA
boo boo boo boo 15 years ago
Great Sarcasm.....this must be how you get through life. Best of luck with it.

Here’s something for you to think about re SWIM:

The Company has more than 337,000 graduates of its foundation courses and 102,800 active subscribers to its Websites.

They’ve managed to retain a whopping 30%. Hint.....It must be their training program.

They’re being investigated by two legal firms: Brodsky & Smith and Levi & Korsinsky

I just received another invitation to one of their seminars. Good news...they now offer their Investor Toolbox at a 70% discount (just $299). Why not raise the price? I thought their tools and training were the best in the industry.

The problem with TDAmeritrade, Scottrade and E-trade is that they spend money acquiring subscribers. They need to spend $$ on their software. If they develop industry leading software, the subscribers will come. No need to purchase them.

Good luck with SWIM/Investools. I won't bother posting here again. I have studies, trades and better things to do with life.
ElderWolf ElderWolf 15 years ago
Great attitude...I'm sure it has served you well...and has brought you great happiness in this life. Best of luck with it.
boo boo boo boo 15 years ago
Yes, those are my thoughts as I posted them. Didn't need/want to judge the entire education. Made my assessment within the first hour.

To invest $24,000 in any investment program is a ripoff. If one doesn't have the desire to learn on their own, spending $24,000 on any program isn't a wise investment. I'd like to know everybody's roi that invested $24,000 in their program. I'm sure I've learned more from my $35 candlestick textbook.

Another thing, why would anybody in their 70's want to start learning how to invest. SWIM should have done these older folks a favor and sent them home. Maybe these are the suckers that spent $24,000 on their program.

They've been in business for 26 years. Well, 2001 must have been a good time to go public. Those who laid the foundation for the business really made out. Makes sense. Go public, take the show on the road, sell out when the model has deteriorated. I think Ameriturd should focus on their trading platform and worry less about subs anyway.

Subscriptions...I think we both agree on this. If anything, it is likely that both companies have less today.
ElderWolf ElderWolf 15 years ago
So by going to a seminar, you were able to judge the entire education? the people who invest $24,000 in their top program are getting ripped off? How is it, then, that Investools has been in business for 26 years, and is now being bought out for $606 million?

Hint: Brokerages make their money when people place trades. If you can teach people to be successful with trading stocks and options, then that person will be a long term customer. The biggest problem firms like E-Trade, TD Ameritrade, Scottrade etc. have is the cost of aquiring a customer. The cost of aquiring a customer isn't the problem (really). It's expending the money to aquire customers that are not likely to be around for long.

TD Ameritrade knows that by choosing the BEST education available, they will be able to retain customers once they get them because they're educated, smart investors that are not likely to close an account because they took it down to zero by making poor decisions.

Think about it.
boo boo boo boo 15 years ago
Investools is a joke. I went to one of their seminars and thought 'herd mentality'. I have no idea why AMTD would want to buy them other than to pick up more subscribers.
allways looking allways looking 16 years ago
Yes the tools are very helpful. I've been using them every day for almost 3 years now. I really don't know what I would do without them. And this IHub is the place to be for very VERY GOOD info and a whole lot of valuable information to boot.Investools really makes it easier to do your DD.I lost lots of money not knowing when to get out before and now I know Good luck to you.
Pennybuster Pennybuster 16 years ago
i went to there seminar this past weekend. so far i'm impressed. these tools could come in quite handy. time will tell :)
allways looking allways looking 17 years ago
Start with less,if you start with the basics.The tools are what makes this site so wonderfull.I use the tools every day.You get all the suport you need if you want it.
allways looking allways looking 17 years ago
Cost about 14,000 to start second level. About $600 a year.
cosmoworld7 cosmoworld7 17 years ago
do you have to pay monthy fees or just one time payment for course and software.
allways looking allways looking 17 years ago
I am in investools two years. Did the coures,I love the prophet charts. I can only play low penny stocks so it helps me alot.The price foe investools is costley. You can get cheaper stuff out the but I like the red and green arrows.
cosmoworld7 cosmoworld7 17 years ago
I have also heard many mixed reivews of investools - would love to hear from people who have tried it hands on for a few months.

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