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 About DVD--Do I understand this correctly? 
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Post About DVD--Do I understand this correctly?
My apologies in advance, as I am rather unpracticed, if not totally new to RV.

I understand the basic principle of ARV.
And in the video we have two, mutually-exclusive targets, each assigned a TRN.

The GOAL is to pick one of these two targets--I understand this much.

My problem, as a (new) viewer, is that I am lost in the process: There are two TRN targets, so what prevents us from discovering the contents of both?

Not to reveal any proprietary method, I don't want to be too specific, but instead of targeting the images with assigned TRVs, we seem to be targeting a question related to best choice.

Perhaps it is splitting hairs, but the provenance seems not so well-defined.

Do I run my sessions this way; targeting the pivotal question?

Appreciate any help our experts can provide.

in Reno

Sat Aug 02, 2014 4:11 pm
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Post Re: About DVD--Do I understand this correctly?
welcome to the community John in Reno,

I would first recommend that you submit a recent practice session in the correct forum to the community website so that we can have a look at your structure. It is best to be sure that you have started out on your RVFM path with your best foot forward.

Essentially, follow the instructions on the DVD. It is a bit confusing when starting out in this methodology because of the added information about markets and such. However, the targeting is quite simple. There are many pitfalls along this path, and a quite a few that are not easily perceived.

Ultimately, you have it correct. The RV session is basically asking for an inferred answer according to the cue and the results are indicative of that image.

I would caution you about running too many of these types of sessions. Especially if you have not gotten your feet under you yet, RV-wise. This is why I would implore you to submit a practice session, so as to see where you are at structurally.

There are many other 'tricks of the trade' in this area of RV. Many of which you will learn through trial and error, as well as targeting your bad results. Even still, there will be unseen issues at play, many of which come from within.

The keys to the kingdom are not easily acquired. This is the same in the RV Lottery landscape. Where material wealth is at stake, there will be issues to deal with.

'Money for nothing and chicks for free' never existed and never will. It is an illusion.

Good Luck and I am looking forward to seeing your posted session work.

Keep at It and Keep Posting It!

Sat Aug 02, 2014 6:52 pm
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Post Re: About DVD--Do I understand this correctly?
Thank You, DaingMaing:

I will do as You have suggested and post a sample session in near future; as You probably expect I do not have enough experience beyond basic RV yet.

Best Regards,

Wed Aug 06, 2014 3:46 am
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Post Re: About DVD--Do I understand this correctly?
It is the last 2 statements in the cue that directs you to choose the 1 image that you need to answer the question.

You have the course, so you'll know which 2 statements I mean.

It works well if you have some natural ability, practice diligently,and don't
overdo it with ARV targets.

Tue Aug 12, 2014 2:28 pm
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