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plz refer to the chart and can we go short from last bar?

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Ameinbeer Singh View Post
plz refer to the chart and can we go short from last bar?

The chart is really lacking in information. Can't see your trend channel. Can't tell where support or resistance are. Not enough information. Especially as you want to bet the market has put in a high and is now reversing back down.

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After I posted to what is essentially a dead thread on this very subject, I got a lot of PMs from traders stating that after much time, effort and money - they just couldn't get PATs method to be profitable. Hence why the thread dropped dead overnight.

That doesn’t mean PATs method is bad, but as accessible as it appears, it doesn’t work for a lot of people.

I like Ken. I believe his motives are genuine but there is a lot of context involved when it comes to replicating his method.

I thought his name was Mack? why use Mack as a name if his name is Ken?

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I thought his name was Mack? why use Mack as a name if his name is Ken?

'Mack' is a word play from his surname.

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'Mack' is a word play from his surname.

What is his surname?

Why not just be Ken? So complicated. I think he wants to protect his privacy but can also look shady

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What is his surname?

Why not just be Ken? So complicated. I think he wants to protect his privacy but can also look shady

Nothing complicated about it at all. My name isn't Jon, but I have been called Jon since I can remember.

He can choose what we wants to be called. If you think it's shady, don't use his service.

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What is his surname?

Why not just be Ken? So complicated. I think he wants to protect his privacy but can also look shady

I agree it can look shady, but in this case there may be more to it - it is along time ago since I followed Mack for a while (could be 6 plus years ago) but if I recall correctly Mack and his Dad had exactly the same name (ie a Snr and a Jnr) and lived in the same fairly small town - so that might be why he didn't want to use his full name.

Bear in mind Big Mike (owner of this site) did/does not make a big thing of his full name (although it is easy to discover).

I am not going to breach Mack's privacy here. Google is your friend. When I was following Mack all those years ago it did not take me long to Google and find out his real name and where he lived and what else he did/does.

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