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Talking with Anthony right now have not had a chance yet to talk with FT71 but Anthony is great! Every single question I have he has an answer and there platform there allows FT71 to watch your trades so that he can give you feed back. I think this is great for newer people like me!

hi, i am planning to open an account with them because the trade analizer
i am not sure if it is better than the trade statio
also i use jigsaw

do you use jigsaw?
what do you think about the data feed from s5? is oec?

what do they provide on top of s5? help, coach, etc
are you happy with them?
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the data feed from s5 is oec?
i am planning to open an account with s5 and use the jigsaw, but i read the oec is not a good data
what do you think?

and about the s5, do you have some extra service/support/tutorial fro ft71 using s5?

thanks


alejo

I did not notice any problems with the OEC data I get through S5. But of course, I'm not a heavy user.
One nice thing about OEC, is they started to support continuous contracts, and the latest Multicharts platform (8.8 beta right now) started supporting continuous contracts from OEC - pretty neat, similar to IQFeed. You don't get much history though - 4 days for tick data.
If you need more info, ask for a trial account - I think they do offer that, and then read about the forum they offer with the account - it should give you enough info for a while.
Do you day-trade or swing ? I think their forum is especially good if you're trading more or less daily.

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Talking with Anthony right now have not had a chance yet to talk with FT71 but Anthony is great! Every single question I have he has an answer and there platform there allows FT71 to watch your trades so that he can give you feed back. I think this is great for newer people like me!

Hello. I'm about to enter Stage5. What do you mean FT71 is able to watch your trades? He can see your chart? Your method?

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Hello. I'm about to enter Stage5. What do you mean FT71 is able to watch your trades? He can see your chart? Your method?

he can see your trades executed because is your broker
but most important is he can watch your risk
and help you

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he can see your trades executed because is your broker
but most important is he can watch your risk
and help you

If I understood correctly, he can see where my orders executed, but not the method I used to enter the trades (my screen, indicators etc), isnt it?

Because I really dont need any help with my method and I REALLY dont want him to see my screen.

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The guys at Stage 5 are offering a 50% discount (out of their own pocket) on IQFeed subscriptions from now until September 5th.

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If I understood correctly, he can see where my orders executed, but not the method I used to enter the trades (my screen, indicators etc), isnt it?

Because I really dont need any help with my method and I REALLY dont want him to see my screen.

Trust me, he's doesn't 'need' to see your screen or method.

FT71 and the others at Stage 5 do a really good job of trying to help their clients get the best education and help so they survive trading.

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Trust me, he's doesn't 'need' to see your screen or method.

FT71 and the others at Stage 5 do a really good job of trying to help their clients get the best education and help so they survive trading.

I would imagine people that have that opinion fit into one of two camps.

a) They think their method is top secret and want to protect their edge from prying eyes. Well, I got news, if you can't trust your broker then you shouldn't give them your money.

b) They are embarrassed by their losses and don't want the broker to see them.

I assume the case is (b) here, and I would encourage you to set aside that way of thinking and instead just openly ask for help. @FuturesTrader71 is one of extremely few in this industry that is really trying to help people and he tells it how it is. That is why I've invited him on futures.io (formerly BMT) for countless webinars and AMA's, I appreciate his work and effort in the industry.

Bottom line, don't be afraid of your losing streak and just ask for the damn help. FT71 will give good advice to set you on the right path, and then if you are willing to do the work you stand a chance of learning to improve your trading.

Mike

Due to time constraints, please do not PM me if your question can be resolved or answered on the forum.

Need help?
1) Stop changing things. No new indicators, charts, or methods. Be consistent with what is in front of you first.
2) Start a journal and post to it daily with the trades you made to show your strengths and weaknesses.
3) Set goals for yourself to reach daily. Make them about how you trade, not how much money you make.
4) Accept responsibility for your actions. Stop looking elsewhere to explain away poor performance.
5) Where to start as a trader? Watch this webinar and read this thread for hundreds of questions and answers.
6)
Help using the forum? Watch this video to learn general tips on using the site.

If you want
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Trust me, he's doesn't 'need' to see your screen or method.

FT71 and the others at Stage 5 do a really good job of trying to help their clients get the best education and help so they survive trading.

Well, I dont want to sound rude, but that is not what I asked. Thanks, anyway.

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I would imagine people that have that opinion fit into one of two camps.

a) They think their method is top secret and want to protect their edge from prying eyes. Well, I got news, if you can't trust your broker then you shouldn't give them your money.

b) They are embarrassed by their losses and don't want the broker to see them.

I assume the case is (b) here, and I would encourage you to set aside that way of thinking and instead just openly ask for help. @FuturesTrader71 is one of extremely few in this industry that is really trying to help people and he tells it how it is. That is why I've invited him on futures.io (formerly BMT) for countless webinars and AMA's, I appreciate his work and effort in the industry.

Bottom line, don't be afraid of your losing streak and just ask for the damn help. FT71 will give good advice to set you on the right path, and then if you are willing to do the work you stand a chance of learning to improve your trading.

Mike

Now you are being arrogant. You dont know me, I dont know you. But I survive from what I gain in trading. If I was recurring in losses, I would have starved a long time ago.

About not wanting my trading system to be open to the world, I have my reasons, as you have yours to charge U$100,00 to anyone wanting to become an elite member. We all have our reasons. I dont judge you, you dont judge me.

Thanks for not answering my question, anyway.

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