Daytrader Toad Hits the Road
We completed the California and Nevada Apprentice Toadster training in April and May (1999) and Orlando
training in June. In 2000, we hit the Road to several locations both in and out
of Florida, including the great state of Texas, former home of the Toad
family. Our current 2001 plans include February Toad-on-the-Road Training
in Southern California and a May Toad-flies-across-the LARGE-POND trip to
We will always consider other locations as we are requested to go "on the Road."
We are adventurous Toads.
Most locations are selected because we would like to visit, or have friends,
relatives, shopping, etc. in the general area. (Mrs. Toad usually picks!)
If you are interested in AT training (on the road), send us an email and we will see if
we can come to your area.
For out-of-the way places - we charge the standard Road rate PLUS expenses. That way we can stay out of Sioux Falls, SD.
If you are interested in AT training in Jacksonville, send us an email with some possible dates and we
will see how we can fit you in.
The following was about our California/Lake Tahoe Training:
Mr. and Mrs. Toad,
To read more about our training,
pondbound since their automobile accident on June 5, 1998, took
their first road trip to train Apprentice Toadsters in Napa, California in
April/May 1999. (They are smart Toads!) Training days were limited to one or two Apprentice Toadsters (AT's) per day; no seminar format this
time - more one-on-one opportunities.
You may want to team up with a spouse or trading buddy.
Apprentice Toad Training on
$999 per person per day
(Lunch and all
training materials are included!)
Training sites will again be in the San Francisco area (Napa, California) and Lake
Tahoe some day. It was a GREAT trip!.
San Francisco Area
April 29 and April 30, 1999
May 10 and May 11, 1999
May 3 through May 7, 1999
First Come, First Served! Email the Toad TODAY to save
your lily pad!
It's never too early to learn how to hop!
Dates subject to change / availability / weather / Mrs. Toad's
shopping trips / Napa Vally Wine Tours / travel conditions in Yosemite . . .
not the best teacher - IT IS THE ONLY TEACHER. I believe the only way you learn is by experience. You have to experience something to learn about it. If you had never touched a hot stove, you wouldn't understand what "hot" was. Think about it. It's how parents teach their kids. "Don't touch that, it's hot." Ouch. "See, I told you it was hot!" The Toad is HOT! Come experience it!