It has been a while since I wrote a blog. This is because I have been super busy trying something new. I have decided to create a TV channel for traders. The only channels for traders so far is CNBC, Blooberg, and Tasty Trade. These channels fill a niche for many purposes but the niche I want to fill is for traders who are looking for that strategy that may propel them over the top.
Some of our providers are below…
The content on our channel will allow anyone with a ROKU box to sit down in front of their TV and watch hundreds of professional traders give their points of view on the markets. We have training classes, audio pod casts, single lessons, links to documentaries and TV shows, and much more. As the channel grows, so will the number of content providers. We have hundreds of hours of content so far and will be adding more consistently.
IF YOU ARE A CONTENT PROVIDER (A TRADER WHO HAS WEBINARS, TRAINING CLASSES, A TV SHOW, OR ANYTHING ELSE THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET OUT TO THE WORLD), FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW AND WE MAY PUT YOUR CONTENT UP ON THE CHANNEL. OUR GOAL IS TO HAVE THE HIGHEST QUALITY CONTENT AVAILABLE.
IF YOU ARE A VIEWER, OR POTENTIAL VIEWER, PASS THIS POST ALONG TO YOUR FELLOW TRADERS, TELL OTHERS ABOUT THE CHANNEL, OR SIMPLY TAKE A LOOK AT THE CONTENT ON OUR ROKU EXTRAS TAB BECAUSE THE MORE POPULAR THE CHANNEL IS, THE BETTER IT WILL BECOME.
IF YOU ARE A TRADER WHO IS LOOKING FOR STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT, CHECK OUT THE CHANNEL. YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.
Currently the channel is free for anyone to watch. In the future, we may offer a subscription service for premium webinars but we will always keep it affordable. Many times in my career, I have wanted to take a webinar class, but it was too expensive. We hope to eliminate that by running “second run” content for a discounted price. The basic channel will always be free though.
What is a ROKU BOX? Well the people at roku.com explains it like this : Roku is a little box that makes it easy to enjoy the hottest movies, TV
shows, music, games and more on your TV by streaming it directly from
the Internet. Millions of people use Roku every day to access their
favorite entertainment instantly and on demand.
Five years after the original Roku launched and just weeks after the release of the Roku 3,
the company has announced lifetime US sales of 5 million units. The
proclamation comes attached to a detailed infographic (linked below)
that breaks down its last five years of progress, plus stats like where
it’s most popular (Lexington, KY) and the most minutes streamed by one
player in one week (10,080.) That’s quite a marathon session — Lost plus House of Cards
doesn’t even get you halfway — but its stats claim 25 percent of
players stream more than 35 hours of audio and video per week. SOURCE http://www.engadget.com/2013/04/10/roku-5-million-sold/
So go on over to your local walmart, buy a roku, enter in our channel code, and begin watching free videos.