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what an interesting an eventful session this was yesterday.

Michael loves his system and his own voice..He was barking and i mean it when I say barking at another member and was so condescending in his manner.

I asked him a question and he answered as wasn't sure if his signals meant going Long or Short...After that another signal did not workout so i asked him for clarification.

Michael the great did not respond to my questions ( as the signal went against his call) I stayed in the room for another 30 minutes and asked him few times.

Before leaving the room due to frustration said that he is yet another vendor who will only respond when he is right or market works out.....No response and left the room...

He than followed up with a not so pleasant email...What a hero....he had the opportunity to respond in the room but choose not to...

Well yet another Vendor who is promoted @NinjaTrader on regular basis shows the true colors...

Enough already, based on what the vendor has posted about your behavior in the room, it seems clear to me you are obsessed with this.

Stop posting or risk being banned for rude behavior.

This is not a defense of the vendor. This is a defense of the principles of this community.


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