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Indicator Warehouse use BMT indicators?

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...that is your right, of course. You are the business owner of the site and your rules prevail. But, allowing such aggressive and negative remarks serves no purpose other than to insight negativity in a highly volatile market place. I always thought of (formerly BMT) as a positive place to share constructive trading ideas... in fact, I still do. That's why these comments caught me off guard.

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This seems unjust... is it possible... just possible... that someone might have an personal ax to grind?

If fact, if you read the complete thread, you see that the company was vindicated.

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As far as I know, the SALES guys from IW have gotten exactly what they wanted. Matt is now Mohan's Salesman and Jeep has his own site. It's good to see everyone is getting exactly what they deserve in the manner that they deserve it.

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If you have some unresolved issues with the company, you should be professional and address them in a private and formal process. (formerly BMT) is a place to exchange valuable trading ideas, not a place for petty arguments.

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