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Yes, I recently purchased the system after viewing some live trades over the period of a week.

It's a basic pullback system, with a lot of insight into recognizing the correct chart patterns to apply the system too.


I must admit that I starting trying to follow the system to the letter, however I've discovered that the system can be successful trading the USD/EUR (6E) just using the general pullback signals on a 5-minute chart. That's not to say I ignore the rules of the system completely, it's just that there are some I choose to ignore. It just means I probably make more trades than I should.

To be honest it's the first time I've ever consistently made money trading futures. Currently I'm only trading 3 contracts but, on average, I'm making about $200 a day. Not bad for me.

Anyway, feel free to contact me if you want to discuss the system!

Cheers,
Simon

Just curious why you are even looking at a new system. Your last (and only) post on the site was about eminipivottrading.com where you said you new the owner and that you were "successful":

https://futures.io/vendors-product-reviews/8369-eminipivottrading-com-3.html#post106783

I am curious just how long you've been making $200 a day (how many months). How many trades have you taken? How much are your winning days vs losing days? I assume your winning days are higher than $200, and you posted $200 as an average including all of your losing days and trades.

Do you have any affiliation with this vendor, like you did with the last one you reviewed?

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