Legitimate people or entities don't resort to low-budget or deceptive marketing practices like the coordinated but clumsily executed effort to plug a website that we've been subjected to in this thread. Not only would they find this practice repugnant but completely unnecessary because there is NO lack of demand for quality services as evidenced by the 9000+ views you referenced.
Legitimate people or entities are only too happy to answer tough questions and also provide evidence to substantiate their claims because they want to establish credibility - and they have nothing to hide. They wouldn't stoop to playing the "negativity card" in response to difficult questions nor would they offer up pictures of Internet clocks or NT DOM's as evidence.
Personally I don't have any problem with people recommending a product or service because that is how I met the person who made the difference for me years ago. But I do object to the way it was done here, and in my experience people who resort to this sort of behavior are people who can't withstand scrutiny.
I also don't care whether or not this is 'real' (unlikely) because trading isn't won or lost on methods. And if someone wants to believe it's real or that the service being plugged is worth $7-10k then that's their right and I don't see how it is in any way my concern. But the skeptics have the same rights and are certainly entitled to dig deeper because the rules change a bit when you cross the line from contributor to vendor. And IMO the attempts here to try and silence the "non-believers" are lame.
I'll close with a couple of thoughts regarding silver. SI is a big contract and a lot of fun to trade but it only averages around 60k contracts a day which limits how aggressive you can be - and it's certainly not a contract I would be looking to splash 10-lots around in pre-market. But hey, maybe I'm just a woos so take a look at the Time & Sales and decide for yourself.
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This is a red flag post. Registered today and already posting in this thread...
How did you hear about this thread? How did you hear about the forum?
Also does no one find it interesting that er2wizard has logged on but not replied to this thread?
Guys, I am very sorry if you believe in Horst or the system, but this thread seems to simply be one giant advertisement. The reason I feel this way is something I eluded to in an earlier post. Motive. What was Spirit's motive to make his post, the first post after joining the same day? What was Horst's motive to spend all his time creating and producing videos when he is making 80k a month? What is his motive for creating new threads on other forums and blogs advertising this vendor?
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The only reason I've been assuming Horst isn't just a shill is because he's been defended by bluemele, who has a much more reputable posting history on the forum than those discussed in the past few posts.
The whole thing is starting to smell a little fishy though ;-)
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I still did not get a satisfactory answer to this question: how would someone fake trading this in real time? The only way I see would be to use replay data, and as far as I have seen, the "Account" box in NT's DOM will show "Replay101" when in this mode. Whether sim or real account, is there any way to fake doing this in real time? If so, I would like to hear an explanation.
Futures Spirit / Henry / whoever: you're not helping anyone's credibility when you register and make 1 post to this thread. This is probably the biggest red flag people look for.
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I don't think you can change the account name replay101.
but there are other ways to "cheat". the easiest way would be to trade a bunch of different markets and record your trades. then you only keep the good trades and erase the losers. and if everything goes against you, you could always blame a internet connection problem for not taking any trades.
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The thread keeps attracting same type of people, that focus on problems and that someone is there to "get" you. Well, it is normal:
Keep doing what you are doing, and you will keep getting what you are getting.
Good words about good traders spread fast, and I have followed them recently, and decided to speak out and give my 5 cents, and I did.
I will invest my energy in my own trading, as I always did, as this thread is truly sucking it from me and you too.
Wanted to point out what makes a trader successful, and it is all about the personal balance in the long run. It is nothing cookoo. Just an open mind, or if not, than it's called trading in a box.
Mike, you are great guy, u mean well, but somehow attracting same type of people. It is your business and it might be profitable this way. How about keeping the the ones that can really teach you something.
Love you all truly, you have my blessings for success...as weird as it sounds to you, but it is from the heart...