A special way of showing our appreciation

I wanted to thank you personally for using INO as your go-to source for market education and information. I have just published a book using Apple's iBook program, titled "Five Professional Stock Trading Rules That Will Make You Successful In Any Market".

The book is available right now and it's free. As you are a valued INO user, I wanted you to be among the first to read it.

There are no catches, the only requirement is you must have an iPad 2 and be operating on IOS 5 or later. The interactive book can only be read and played on an iPad 2. If you do not own an iPad, I highly recommend getting one of these very useful devices. I use mine every day for everything from the weather to the markets, including the MarketClub website.

I hope you enjoy my book, as it was a lot of fun writing and creating it. The book can be easily downloaded and read in a short time and will provide you with a lifetime of solid trading advice. It will also provide you with a great foundation on which to build your future and your fortune in these interesting times.

Enjoy and every success,

Adam Hewison

Co-founder of the Marketclub

P.S. Please feel free to comment on the book both here and on the Apple bookstore.


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22 thoughts on “A special way of showing our appreciation

  1. It must be a amazing book to jusify buying an ipad. What a stupid idea this is
    Thanks for nothing!!!

  2. Thanks for the offer - but do not have an I pad 2. Maybe you should have done some target marketing first to see what most of your audience uses (I-Pad OS vs. Laptops vs Android. ) . Maybe you should still do this to see if most of your paying customers can even take advantage of this.

  3. I have no tablet of any brand. Your offer reminds me of Apple shutting off Google Maps, A PR blunder.

  4. Is this your way of making your AAPL stock go up a little more? Sending us all out to buy iPad2s should do it!

  5. Depressed
    >>> Over five thousand years ago, Moses said to the children of Israel ,
    >>> "Pick up your shovels, mount your asses and camels, and I will lead
    >>> you to the Promised Land."
    >>> Nearly 75 years ago, (when Welfare was introduced) Roosevelt said,
    >>> "Lay down your shovels, sit on your asses, and light up a Camel, this
    >>> is the Promised Land."
    >>> Today, Congress has stolen your shovel, taxed your asses, raised the
    >>> price of Camels and mortgaged the Promised Land!
    >>> I was so depressed last night thinking about Health Care Plans, the
    >>> economy, the wars, lost jobs, savings, Social Security, retirement
    >>> funds, etc .... I called a Suicide Hotline.
    >>> I had to press 1 for English.
    >>> I was connected to a call center in Pakistan . I told them I was suicidal.
    >>> They got excited and asked if I could drive a truck......
    >>> Folks, we're screwed.

  6. Your decision to publish "Apple Only" was probably a tough one, but I'd like to "politely" add my vote for an Android -- or even a PDF -- version (which can be read practically anywhere).

    Best regards,

  7. I want to wish you success in your publishing venture Adam. I am another subscriber who uses Windows/Android and would like to read your book.
    Have you considered Amazon's Kindle publishing?
    I have a couple of friends who have self-published using it and easy it is easy to use. The nice thing is anyone can read it as long as they have some kind of computer because Amazon makes Kindle readers for every OS available free.
    Good luck and if you Kindle it please advise me and probably a lt of other non-apple users.

  8. Appreciate the offer. There's a very large community of Android users out there who won't be able to take advantage however. Perhaps one of the strategies is to buy AAPL 😉 Perhaps you would consider posting on Google Play?

  9. Adam,

    Thank you for the offer ont he book. I would love to use my ipad on the marketclub website except with our adobe flash, I am not able to pull up your charts. Is there a work around that you have found to be useful?

  10. Why is it available only from an iPad? I don't even have a cell phone let alone an iPad. Please make it available on line.

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