Reduce Prices of all VV products.
You have great products and it would be nice to make it affordable to main street retail investors.
Don Johnson commented
VV7 is a complex program and takes quite a bit of time to fully understand. I recommend that you offer two months at the introductory price instead of one. I would jump at an opportunity like that.
Steven Lopez commented
Supply vs Demand usually works with pricing.
Christine O'Rourke commented
I agree with Alan that it takes a long time to learn all the variables and definitions of this program, especially if you don't have a background in business and investing. I'm not sure that the folks at VV appreciate how it seems intricate to some of us. Nevertheless, I appreciate the available support but it still takes lots of time to listen and learn. And to trust that the system works. So some of the prices, especially the add-ons that are billed monthly are expensive, and even more so for Canadians.
Larry Nelson commented
If they reduce their prices, then that means less people to do their videos and less people to do software improvements, etc. So I find their prices to be competitive with other services. The one price I do find a little out of bounds is the monthly charge for the Options Pro module; this is NOT the Options item that is listed within VV7 for $495 on time cost. The Options Pro module is $249/month and allows us to see the options chains with various parameters, and allows a better decision on selecting a specific option. Certainly, this will help with making money with Options, but the $249/month is rather steep. While I do like the convenience of having everything in one program, I think I will look around and see if I can get the same data & options pricing graph from my broker or another software program (but still continue to use VV).
Harry Groth commented
Many of my friends say "I understand that VV is a great platform but it is too expensive" and that "their price jump from Inter day to real time is ridiculous, I can get that on other platforms for free if I am not a professional".
JOE SIGONA commented
This system does not cost. it pays....
Doris Smith commented
I agree with Alan. As a beginning investor and a retired teacher, my budget
is rather fixed. As I make more money learning as I go how to use this program, I can afford to pay more for the program.
Rena Rogers commented
Peter Henery commented
I think VV products represent some of the best value I have ever found in the market. Seriously. If you can't afford this, you can't afford to be a trader or investor. A bit like travel insurance. If you can't afford it ...then you can't afford to travel. GREAT VALUE !!!!
Howard Karl commented
I've previously subscribed to other investment/trading products and VectorVest is by far the best value for money product on the market. Because it is such a detailed product, it does however take quite a bit of time to understand it and to be confident using it.
Colin Carter commented
In smaller markets like Australia, other services are much more expensive and VV is a very cost effective product. Also, if you use VV effectively the cost is irrelevant.
Martin Scoll commented
How about a discount for us seniors who are still inveting but have limited fixed incomes.
Ralph Brucato commented
I wish I could afford V V 7 looks like a very good program unfortunetly in these times it seems were trying to find ways to cut back. Vector Vest 7 is something I would buy if it were priced more aggressively. Thanks
Tim Schmidt commented
If you are serious about investing, this platform is cheap. I make great money using the VV7 platform.
Randy Stone commented
I really like the idea of Gopinath's suggestion to include Autotester with ProTrader.
Tom Dragon commented
The auto tester is an important tool .... but is far too expensive
Alan Enrikaitis commented
Seems like vector vest thinks all its customers are wealthy. you should
have several levels of intro offers for each product. when the first offer u subscribed to expires (intro level 1), then u can re-subscribe ( for the exact same program) at a slightly higher price each time untill your paying full price for vector vest. the reason for this is that everybody has a different learning curve that causes people to learn at different speeds. I have straight "A"s in 2 colleges (over 62 classes), deans list, highest honors etc. and im trying to tell u that learning to trust vector vest takes time. customers need that time to learn, to study, and eventually trust the system in order to be convinced.
If I was laid-off and had 8 spare hours per day to spend, then the 5 week trial would be just about enough time to decide if its for me. It seems to be one of the better systems out there. I have peviously paid up to $2500 per yr. for junk systems that dont work.
If anybody reading this is searching for the holy grail? forget it.
There is no such thing as a free lunch. And if you want to make money with any system, you are goin to have to study and work hard. The smarter people in the market will always profit from those that are less knowledgeable.
knowlwdge is power. knowledge will increase net worth.
Being a quadruple major (advertising, marketing, finance, economics) I wish to commend Vector Vest on your marketing and advertising strategy. It is second to none.
first 5 weeks=9.95
next 5 weeks=23.95
next 5 weeks=34.95
Dan Lusky commented
In particular the real time VV, Auto Tester and the simulator.