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You may want to check out my old journal. The roots of my old trading method were firmly based on YTC, and yes I did consider it to be profitable however it is by no means a 'system'. YTC is very much about identifying market state and using discretion and experience to trade. Trying to automate YTC into a 'system' is the wrong way to go in my opinion.

I no longer trade a YTC based methodology, but that is purely as a result of a natural progression i've found myself taking and a move to something that i've found to better suit my psychology. YTC is however excellent and Lance Beggs really knows his stuff.

Old journal: PASR Journal

I read your journal last year - I wondered why you stopped. You have a great way of analysing your progress, it was interesting to see how you approached it. Quite methodical, in the same way that YTC PAT is too, I thought.

Did you move on to something similar also based on S/R, PA and traps, or did you go more technical?

@YertleTurtle I also use YTC PAT methods - not the scalper methods. I am not currently trading live, i.e. my last attempt was not profitable. That though was less to do with the method and more to do with my decision-making process.

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