but to be fair, one must admit that bmt's biggest flagship is its indicators. no doubt about that. the gomi package alone is worth a "little" fortune. and as far as I know nowhere else available. not to mention all the other great indicators...
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I'm not going to read your posts now to find out who you are. Your reply here and the "MADA practitioner" phrase aren't exactly an encouragement to do so. But if you think you know more than I do, please shoot me a PM. Otherwise, I kindly ask you to refrain from baseless claims. Thanks for your understanding.
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