Weekly ChartStorm -- ANNOUNCEMENT
New pricing options...
Please find below a couple of new subscription options to help make it easier for people to subscribe to the Weekly ChartStorm now that we’re a paid publication.
These new pricing options are in response to a recent survey of free subscribers, and a realization that there is no one-size-fits-all price...
But it’s not just about offering discounted rates, there is also the option to purchase group/corporate subscriptions for multiple users, and another new option that actually lets you pay MORE!
Check out the options below and see if any of them line up with your situation and make sense within your budget…
Retiree/Pensioner Rate — $28.50/year
In terms of demographics, I believe the ChartStorm following has a generally grayer skew to the average hair color distribution, so this should be a welcome addition — reduced rate for those who’re retired.
Student Rate — $19.95/year
I remember eating plain porridge + drinking black instant coffee as my main sources of sustenance during my student days, so I get it, money is tight — but equally the ChartStorm should be a good resource for learning, so some investment in a subscription makes sense.
If you’re simply unable at all to subscribe to the paid content due to financial hardship or illness/disability, just reply to this email and I will sort out a free pass.
Corporate/Group Subscriptions (20% bulk discount)
Team up with your colleagues and get out the corporate credit card (it’s not your money anyway, so why not splash some cash here and support a good cause!).
Package Deal (ADD ON: Topdown Charts) — $350/yr
Because Topdown Charts clients get the Weekly ChartStorm for free, this option makes it easier to subscribe to both! Select the “+Topdown Charts“ option to subscribe to both the Weekly ChartStorm AND the Topdown Charts entry-level service (more of a macro/global asset allocation focus — see sample reports) — total value of $445 ($350/yr for Topdown Charts + $95/yr for Weekly ChartStorm).
Hopefully these options are helpful, see you in the comments!
Head of Research & Founder at Topdown Charts (and the Weekly ChartStorm)