After buying the license to access the trading course, you will be directed to a confirmation page with download links for four large ZIP files that contain the 53 video files. You will also receive an email with the same download links. These will allow you to download all videos. If you have any problems, or do not receive the email, please check your spam folder or contact me at Contact Al.
If you use a credit card, PayPal processes the purchase and has to confirm it with your bank. This may sometimes take hours, and if it takes too long, contact me and I should be able to help.
The download links will expire after 3 days (please send me a message if you don’t complete the download in time). Since the course is about 3 GB, it could take several hours to download if you do not have a broadband internet connection, so you might want to do the download overnight. Would suggest a desktop PC to download all files and not your typical mobile device.
To use the receipt email links, simply click on the first link and the download will begin automatically. After one file is downloaded, repeat process for the remaining links.
The New Brooks Trading Course
Please note that purchase of the current Brooks Trading Course includes the following:
- Download files for current version of the Brooks Trading Course, and
- Online access to the upcoming New Brooks Trading Course version of your choice
The new course is rolling out in stages online now, and members can access videos as they are made available. You can read the New Course Update FAQ blog post for more information. When the new course is fully launched, downloads for the current course will cease.
MP4 video format for wide-ranging compatibility
The current trading course is delivered on MP4 format video. The MP4 format plays well on both Windows and Mac personal computers. They also work fine with iPads and other tablets and similar devices. The optimized MP4 files are a smaller, faster download than other formats.
Once you have them downloaded, you should make a backup copy onto an external drive. You should be able to buy an 8 GB flash drive for about $10, and that is big enough to hold the videos.