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@Ironman9973, which ones were good, which ones were bad?

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The expensive course for 14.000 usd was not necessary. But it was my beginning, and you have to start somewhere.Now I am sure there are cheaper ways.
I like the Joe Ross books, but it dont use it in my trading. It is not my style.
TradeNavigator, I still use it, I find it is a good software.
Same with Ninjatrader, it is good.
The books and systems from Connors are good, most of his setups and system are profitable.

I think in the hindsight it is not so easy to say something was helpfull and something not. I read around 300 books about trading and now in my trading I use nothing from these books. But I would not say it was a waste of time reading this books (most of them are not good), because somehow you have to get the knowledge.

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Not sure if anyone remembers...

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The books and systems from Connors are good, most of his setups and system are profitable.

This is the same Larry Connors who was the co-author of the old trading book "Street Smarts" with Linda Bradford Rashke which had old methods of using stochastics and RSI.

However, I found it surprising you found his setups and system profitable. (such as RSI(2); Congrats, if you were able to make it work for you. ) I had tried his "Powratings" newsletter stocks/ETF list and just lost money with it. And read reviews of others with the same experience. His site www.tradingmarkets.com continues to push "new products" such as the "machine" where one has to "rent time" on it along with spam ad email.

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Yes this Larry Connors. Not all of his setups are working in the way he is presenting them. And I modified a lot. For example, I made good experiences with the RSI(2) in combination with spot forex on intraday.


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And how do you rank the futures.io (formerly BMT) purchase?

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Oh, I am sorry that I forgott my rating about futures.io (formerly BMT). The best forum for trading I found on the internet. I like most the webinars. And for 50 usd, it is a present.

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