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Most of free trading rooms finally lead to selling something to you, such as software, indicators, newsletter, one on one training...here is my experience...

I attend a free trading room, in the room, the host, whom I respect very much, often tries his hard to induce people to buy his one on one training and newsletter, he always tell people that some advanced classes are for one on one training only. so I paid $1200 for the one on one training, at first few classes, he was fine, but after that, he start to kill time at training session, when he was teaching me, most of time he was typing and chatting with other guys, and lost the topic with me. Such things happened for the rest of classes. Sometimes he cancelled classes for personal reasons, he is a broker too, he hopes I can bring my clients to him, when he found he could not get my clients, he simply cancelled the whole course (the training is not finished yet).

Conclusion: very disappointed about this guy and his course, my feeling is to pay for getting fooled.

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