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 jet9jockey 
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Have any of you guys had any experience with either one of these.

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I've tried Wattstrading. It's not a complete system and there are no special indicators. Basically taking entries off of outer or center keltner bands "scalping" at the shortest time frames. The rest is discretionary and there is a section in the material where you're instructed to watch the "market flow" for 50 hours or so. Maybe ok for an absolute beginner to learn something for the relatively low price. But method doesn't seem to be any better than average, and the extra "filtering" rules and the way mentioned to pick out s/r is just too vague. Author supposedly has continued contact support and an occasional trading room appearance and occasional (bi-yearly?) site blog entry, but not during the month I tried it out. Like others I've come across who've also tried it have ditched it.

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I've tried Wattstrading. It's not a complete system and there are no special indicators. Basically taking entries off of outer or center keltner bands "scalping" at the shortest time frames. The rest is discretionary and there is a section in the material where you're instructed to watch the "market flow" for 50 hours or so. Maybe ok for an absolute beginner to learn something for the relatively low price. But method doesn't seem to be any better than average, and the extra "filtering" rules and the way mentioned to pick out s/r is just too vague. Author supposedly has continued contact support and an occasional trading room appearance and occasional (bi-yearly?) site blog entry, but not during the month I tried it out. Like others I've come across who've also tried it have ditched it.

I second that, bought, tried it, incomplete, don't use it.

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 billymac48 
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Ill be #3

Low price gets you in....

Newbies will get some experience - maybe some screen time

No Secrets of the Universe here

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Over the years I have seen many threads like this on many different trading system vendors.

Invariably the results are generally always the same.

The only thing that seems to change is the names of the vendors.

This has been a Public Service announcement from The World According to ThatManFromTexas ....

Now back to our regularly scheduled programming....

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