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Posted by John Behle on June 15, 2005 at 17:57:13:

In Reply to: Is information outdated? posted by Jim (La.) on June 15, 2005 at 17:11:21:

Certain aspects of the note industry have changed a great deal in the last dozen years - and parts haven't. They way I use and invest in notes hasn't changed. In some ways it is even more important and current given the other ways the market has changed. For those left high and dry by the changes in the industry, my course and approach is what can give them new direction and the tools they need.

The course focuses on buying and investing in notes - not brokering them. Brokering has changed, buying hasn't.

But....... the problem is..... I don't sell the course anymore. I had someone handling all the production and sales that ended up getting too busy to handle it. And I'm way to busy to deal with it or find someone else. There are used copies available from time to time on eBay, so you might want to check there. About once or twice a month someone sells one, though most students tell me they wouldn't part with it.

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