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How many BMT webinars have you seen?

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11-20 full webinars, but I have watched pieces of many more...

I'm guessing I may be the only one to vote over 100. I looked when I created the poll, there are over 175 webinars as of today. I've obviously been in every one, and the learning that occurred has been extremely beneficial. I won't say that I always learned from what the presenter was demonstrating in 100% of the cases, but I am one who believes you can learn just as much by seeing "what not to do" or perhaps getting confirmation on how others view the market, if you believe they are wrong.

Obviously, overall, in the overwhelming majority of cases, I am extremely proud with the webinar content on futures.io (formerly BMT).

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I'm guessing I may be the only one to vote over 100. I looked when I created the poll, there are over 175 webinars as of today. I've obviously been in every one, and the learning that occurred has been extremely beneficial. I won't say that I always learned from what the presenter was demonstrating in 100% of the cases, but I am one who believes you can learn just as much by seeing "what not to do" or perhaps getting confirmation on how others view the market, if you believe they are wrong.

Obviously, overall, in the overwhelming majority of cases, I am extremely proud with the webinar content on futures.io (formerly BMT).

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I tend to agree. Personally I have hit a plateau in my 'trading education'. I have also become very selective on what I read and watch. I went through a phase where I watched and learned about different trading strategies. I have since stopped.

Now I tend to watch and study things that are outside the scope of what I am doing now. I.e Ron's neural webinar, anything automated with @kevinkdog, etc. Even if I never use any of these in trading they have opened my eyes and made me ask questions I wouldn't ask before. And at my current place in life/trading that seems to work best.

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I tend to agree. Personally I have hit a plateau in my 'trading education'. I have also become very selective on what I read and watch. I went through a phase where I watched and learned about different trading strategies. I have since stopped.

Now I tend to watch and study things that are outside the scope of what I am doing now. I.e Ron's neural webinar, anything automated with @kevinkdog, etc. Even if I never use any of these in trading they have opened my eyes and made me ask questions I wouldn't ask before. And at my current place in life/trading that seems to work best.

Glad to hear it. But you are not the norm, you've been here a while and are very active in the community, so you've had the benefit of learning from everyone else's mistakes which is easy for anyone to see who has been here long enough.

I firmly believe the overwhelming majority of futures.io (formerly BMT) users would greatly benefit from watching all the webinars. It's not hard to watch one a day while you trade. At five a week, it would still take you 35 weeks or over 8 months to watch them all, and that doesn't even count all the AMA's!

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I guess I have seen 20-something webinars.
My favorites must be the FT71 webinars. Learned alot from those.

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There is a guy in London, professional Bund & currency day trader, former prop. trader -> Tom Dante or Trader Dante as his nickname on twitter is , he use to serve some great webinars each sunday . It would be great if you could do a webinar with him here , @Big Mike ...?

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Maybe I am not in the norm, but I enjoy the webinars much more than the AMA's. I guess I like the cohesion of a flowing presentation where the speaker can get all his points across with very little interruption. I am hoping you have FT71 back soon for another Full sized Webinar.

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I've probably watched about 8-10 of them all the way through, but there are about a dozen I've attempted to watch but for whatever reason didn't completely. Sometimes I skip through parts without charts and other times I just find whatever they're doing unrelated to what I want to accomplish. But It's definitely an integral part of the learning process especially for people who are trying to figure out which style they want to go about perfecting. I'm a very visual learner so I find them a lot more beneficial than reading books. I wait till their posted so I can rewind parts because it's hard for me to fully grasp what they're saying at times.

You should do one with Tim Sykes :P

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@Big Mike which ones have you enjoyed the most?

Is there anyway to find out which ones were most well received or watched without going to youtube? futures.io (formerly BMT) Webinar Of The Year was helpful.

I've always wondered if I would have been better off just stopping all trading in the beginning and just watch all the webinars or if it would just lead me in a thousand different directions. I guess I get the drift that after watching many of them there seems to be a lot of similarities between the different trading styles that could be beneficial to any trading system. It seems to have influenced your trading in a highly positive way. It's interesting to know that you would suggest to supplement an ordinary hour of practice with watching one a day. I'll try to watch more


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I can't name favorites. That would be like asking me which of my dogs is my favorite, they each are in their own way.

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