Provide info and timeline on the future development of VV Canada with status updates.
Please advise and share your plans to enhanse the VVCanada offering
At this point, I cannot give you a specific date that VectorVest 7 Canada will be available. But, I can tell you that we are actively working on it right now...
There is also a VectorVest University Canada being worked on that should be available soon.
As soon as I get a more concrete update on VectorVest 7 Canada I will update the suggestion in the VectorVest 7 forum.
Thanks for the feedback!
Andre J. commented
I second Terry on this.
The longet I use VectorVest, the more I listen to strategies presented for US market, the more I try to understand and learn how the system works the more I get frustrated realizing that being a Canadian Customer and paying the same price I get way less functionality comparing to waht US Customers are getting.
Where is the sense in that? And just so I don't speak in general, here is what every Canadian Customer is missing:
1. Prographics 6 connected to Canadian Data.
2. Portfolio tracker and Intraday capability for VectorVest 6 product
3. Strategies explained and VectorVest news read to the customer as there is big value there in doing it this way as each instructor adds his/her own knowledge to it throughout the explanation.
4. List of winning strategies daily and weekly, sort of what is done via Derby Winners on US side.
5. many many more.
I can find more, but that is not the point to list the differences. Overall feeling is that we're not getting enough for the same price. Is not this obvious?
Now, there is Vector Vest 7 available for US market. I receive a lot of promises when I ask about availability for Canadian market, but my feeling is , regretfully, that you guys don't have any plans for it. It'll never happen, the same way Prographics 6.0 and Intrafday functionality was never released for Canada. Promises, promises.
So, it there a timeline for future development of VV for Canadian Customers or nor? Can we see it? How about the date? Saying "Soon in 2011..." is just not proffesional