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About 10 years ago, Michael Rada was writing his masters thesis for the University of Vienna. He studied the commonalities of successful money managers in Vienna. He found that the only commonality was that they had all been through an Advanced Andrews Seminar, conducted by Ron Jaenisch. Michael then studied the course methods and placed them into software and within 4 years after his graduation he was a Vice President of R&D for a multi billion-dollar hedge fund in London. Unfortunately, Michael passed away a few years later.

Now the course includes about 20 videos. What do recent course grads say?

MH in the Middle East..."I have been getting good results so far. Trading much improved-thanks.

I in Brazil " So far 1've traded using Andrews-Ron lines learned from the videos and although I've done some mistakes and learned from theem I had a profitable month without much effort.

Thank You very much!"

A in Colorado...."I have been going through the vidoes slowly and trying to take notes. I am really enjoying them.
I can see that you have done a tremendous amount of research on this material.

Thanks you for making this material available."

"Your Video on Gold was one of the best I have seen from your work.
Regards"
Alaa

"Hi Ron,

Thanks so much for the Andrews Expanded Course, really incrediable and loving it. Just wondering if there is any other videos I have not viewed for the course, I've seen the group on Ewave. The recent Babson vids looked pretty interesting too.
Appreciate how much you've helped me, it really means a lot."

David (From NZ)

From HH in South Africa, " Thanks Ron, Great videos" ........(regardIng the techniques) " have been using them - fucking beautiful"
(excuse the language)."

Peter in Sacramento, "Thanks for the video, in fact thanks for all of them. This last one you were clearer and more enthusiastic than some of the others, which made it all the more valuable."


How did the money managers learn about the techniques?

Franz, was an young engineer who was living off of his investments. He spent most of his time learning techniques to manage his investments. During a trip to Silicon Valley he learned the techniques. Over time he noticed that they helped him find turning points in the S&P 500.

Franz spent a lot of time at a friends stock brokerage firm in Vienna and wanted to promote the firm. He posted charts on a regular basis that showed what investments were good to buy and sell. After a while the local newspaper took notice and published his charts with the course lines every week. After a while his phone was constantly ringing, with investment advisers wanting to know how he did it.

Franz contacted Ron Jaenisch, his teacher of the techniques and arranged to have the techniques taught a few times a year in Vienna by Ron Jaenisch from California. This was how the successful investment managers in Vienna learned about the techniques.

Franz made a lot of money using the techniques for his investments and getting people to the seminars. He also made a lot of friends in the investment community and is now on the Board of Directors of a bank in Vienna that specializes on international investments.

Below is a list of some of the articles that our seminar leader has published
Articles and relevant links
  • Traders world Expo Seven Reasons to take profits
  • Intro to Babson - Traders world January 2011
  • 3 Articles in Traders Journal Magazine (Asia) 2000-2007
  • The Andrews Line - Stocks&Commodities, October 1996
    Here's a charting method to determine market trend and identify reversal points to set up trading opportunities. By Ron Jaenisch
  • Combining Andrews With Elliott Wave - Stocks&Commodities, December 1990
    Considering how different they are, are the two techniques complementary? By Ron Jaenisch; page 449.
  • Market Entry with Action/Reaction Lines - Stocks&Commodities, August 1988
    Every market action has an equal and opposite reaction, and this can be charted to show market entry points. By Ron Jaenisch; pages 307-308.
  • An After-Christmas Story - Stocks&Commodities, April 1987
    See if you can figure out what Santa's trading system is as he tries his hand at the futures market. By Ron Jaenisch, page 121-125.
  • A Christmas Story - Stocks&Commodities, February 1986

    Jaenisch, a student of Professor Allen Andrews, reviews some of the Andrews Median Line and pivot point techniques in a whimsical story about trading Santa's account. By Ron Jaenisch; pages 36-39.

  • The Biography of Roger W. Babson