Posted by John Behle on June 18, 2005 at 02:06:06:
In Reply to: Recommendations? posted by Jim (La.) on June 17, 2005 at 10:03:39:
A recommendation is hard because I haven't read or listened to current courses, but I have read articles or met and discussed notes with people. On that basis, there are a number of people I recommend.
Terry Vaughan is creative and understands notes as an investment. I haven't reviewed his course, but have heard nothing but good about it. One comment that stands out I read recently though is that it was more advanced than the reader could follow. That is good - that is most of what is lacking these days.
Michael Morrongiello is extremely bright and experienced. He has a new course that I haven't seen yet, but anything Mike would write or teach, would receive my immediate recommendation. He understands buying notes as well as brokering.
Jimmy Napier is very creative and along with Terry, has an approach a great deal like mine. I actually took Jimmy's course a few years after I was into the business. I had already come up with a very similar philosophy and had learned most of what he had to teach through other sources. His course is excellent.
I've heard nothing but good about Jon Richard's materials and Hank Harrenberg's. They are primarily focused on brokering notes.
You should be very cautious about he high priced courses and mentoring programs. There are NONE that I would recommend and some that are downright criminal.
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