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I did like the pace of ZN in John's videos, at around 9am on his computer screen ... so something similar to learn on would be my first choice.

Send him an email. He always replies. I'm sure he could get you pointed in the right direction.

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Just realized that it has been over a year of sticking to scalping as taught by Grady. It hasn't been easy, but it has been worth it. After one year, I'm starting to transition to doing this intuitively. What FT71 would call unconscious competence.
John now has a prep and recap service. details are on his site. He basically sends out an early email with S&R levels he's watching for, his take on overnight action & his pre-market expectations. He then sends an update after the market has revealed its flavor for the day. Lastly, there is a post-market analysis of the days action and levels along with what it might mean going into the next day. I've found it very helpful.

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I'm going through John's Intermediate Course right now.

I'm in Sydney and I'm wondering if there's really enough volatility during London open to be trading the US treasuries using his techniques, or it just too slow?

.... Or is it best to learn to trade bund or stoxx50 using his techniques?

For your time zone the best is to trade the Eurex products, bund and eurostoxx. I did it for six months and had excellent results. In fact I like how the bund moves better than the bonds or notes. Another plus in the round turn pricing is better (at least it was when I was trading it). The only reason I stopped is because I'm in the EST and the hours were killing me.

Good Luck.

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For your time zone the best is to trade the Eurex products, bund and eurostoxx. I did it for six months and had excellent results. In fact I like how the bund moves better than the bonds or notes. Another plus in the round turn pricing is better (at least it was when I was trading it). The only reason I stopped is because I'm in the EST and the hours were killing me.

Good Luck.

Range on the bund is good too!

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Just realized that it has been over a year of sticking to scalping as taught by Grady. It hasn't been easy, but it has been worth it. After one year, I'm starting to transition to doing this intuitively. What FT71 would call unconscious competence.

Man that is awesome.

Tough journey for sure, but happy to hear you've been able to do it

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One thing that has really helped me:

On days that I work, I record my screen all day. When I get home, I cut it to 3 hours and render the video to 1080. I put the files on my ipad and watch the recording on the bus to and from site (about 1/2 hour each way). This has maximized my time use (normally dead time where I'm check twitter or FB or some shit) and has made me stop looking at charts, and only looking at the DOM.

It has not yet translated into me making great $$ yet, as I have been working more than anticipated. But overall, on the days I've traded my average is positive. Still working on it and getting there slowly.

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One thing that has really helped me:

On days that I work, I record my screen all day. When I get home, I cut it to 3 hours and render the video to 1080. I put the files on my ipad and watch the recording on the bus to and from site (about 1/2 hour each way). This has maximized my time use (normally dead time where I'm check twitter or FB or some shit) and has made me stop looking at charts, and only looking at the DOM.

It has not yet translated into me making great $$ yet, as I have been working more than anticipated. But overall, on the days I've traded my average is positive. Still working on it and getting there slowly.

@spideysteve,

What program do you use to record your screen and cut down the video? I would like to do the same for learning and for a trading journal.

Thank you
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@spideysteve,

What program do you use to record your screen and cut down the video? I would like to do the same for learning and for a trading journal.

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I have Camtasia 9. Not terribly expensive. Works well and the new version lets you do voiceover after recording. Used it a couple times to show other people things on the DOM like stacking and pulling.

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I have Camtasia 9. Not terribly expensive. Works well and the new version lets you do voiceover after recording. Used it a couple times to show other people things on the DOM like stacking and pulling.

I'll check it out. Thank you!

rptrader

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