For those of you who might be interested in hearing Mark Cook, I thought I would pass along this invitation that I received in my email. If you have never heard him speak, he is always entertaining and quite different from other speakers: The Bay Area Money Makers (BAMM) invites you to join us on Saturday March 21 to listen to our speaker Mark Cook. A trader for 28 years, Mark Cook operates from his family's 1870s farmhouse in East Sparta, Ohio. He manages his own accounts and offers an Advisory Service, Mark D. Cook's Trader Advisory on S&P and T-bond futures, that is specifically dedicated to helping people become better traders. Mark developed the Cook Cumulative TickSM indicator and gained acclaim by winning the 1992 U.S. Investment Championship with an astounding 563.8% return. Heâs one of the traderâs interviewed by Jack Schwager in âStock Market Wizardsâ. In addition to his trading activities, he conducts workshops and teaches traders from around the globe, helping them learn how to make the most of their natural talents. For more information on Mark, check his web site: www.markcook.com Mark will focus on the following topics: Business Trading Plan, which is a MUST for investing in a vehicle or day trading regardless of time frame Routine & Discipline tips on how the pros trade What Type of Trading Personality Do You Have ES Futures Meeting Details:Saturday March 21, 20099:00 am to 1:00 pmPrice $25.00 San Jose Masonic Center: 2500 Masonic Drive, San Jose; (408) 267-7121Directions: Take I-280 south from San Francisco to Highway 87 (the Guadalupe Freeway). (or I-680 south from the East Bay which becomes I280) Go south on 87 to the Curtner Avenue exit. Take the Curtner Ave. exit and turn right at the light onto Curtner Ave. Then, make an immediate left onto Canoas Garden Road. Drive to Masonic Drive (about 1 long block) and turn right. The Scottish Rite Temple will be on your right with the Masonic Center straight ahead. To make reservations email Debbie Farag at email@example.com. Please put the name âMark Cookâ in the subject line of the email.