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Dr. Stephen M. Cooper (born 1953 in Hayward, California) is author of books; Windows to Wealth in 2001, and The Online Option Trader in 1999. Cooper then published the Windows to Wealth CD series, as well as several e-books: The Truth About Money, and Winning With Covered Calls. His expertise is in online optons.
Dr. Stephen Cooper began studying the stock market in 1985 while in private chiropractic practice. By 1998, he had retired from his practice to become a full-time trader.
Since June 1999, Dr. Cooper has been the primary stock market instructor for Robert Allen and Mark Victor Hansen's Enlightened Millionaire Institute. He has also been a popular lecturer at the Enlightened Millionaire Retreats over that time and was awarded Instructor of the Year in 2001 and 2003.
In 2001, following numerous requests for further training and help with stock charts, Windows to Wealth was completed. This 327 page book is dedicated to the understanding and practical application of chart principals and techniques. Later that year, the 5 CD set of audio/video technical analysis tutorials was released. Following the success of these PC based lessons a second set of 5 CDs was released in early 2002.
Cooper became famous through a prominent place in the book Multiple Streams of Income by Robert G. Allen (author).
"90 percent of trading success is determined by mental and emotional control." -Dr. Cooper
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