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Hi guys,

This thread is for users to review David Halsey's EminiAddict site and services:

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He has a new book coming out from Wiley, and I would like to get a feel for his commercial enterprise before inviting him on futures.io (formerly BMT) for a webinar.

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Started a trial yesterday, very surprised theres no feedback on this so far as there are 190 people registered in the chat (in the main US session).

1cent trial for 7 days, then its 29.99 per month - Very reasonable price.

The daily Trading Room via "GoTo Webinar" is not to my taste, and the "Chat" seems to be just on the HomePage in a tiny white window bottom right of the web-site (which you can see even as a visitor), you canīt chat in the webinar where it is just charts and presenter speaking, TOS charts are shown with technical analysis on.

Fibonacci & TICK featured, TOS platform, David was doing analysis of all main instruments, ES, GC, TF, NQ etc and main currencies. He presents very well and doesnīt talk the consistent blah blah that many do, not for me daily as I canīt listen to that all day when focussing, but I am sure many would enjoy it and get a lot out of it.

Inside the members page there are various videos and webinars, and a Forum with some Q&A etc. The Videos/Webinars are nicely put together and on a variety of themes. Some of them are very interesting! Topics from $TICK to GapFills to Pivots.....

Conclusion - I have no doubt he would put together a good, informative and interesting webinar for futures.io (formerly BMT)! Depending on the topic I would almost certainly attend a futures.io (formerly BMT) webinar with David Halsey presenting.

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I am a member at his site.

His main service is his live screen sharing where he explains price action on many markets (ES, YM, TF, GC, currencies) in real time. He also spends time advising on psychology and the mental aspects of trading.

What his room is not, is a trade calling room. If asked, he will answer what trades he's made that day. But you are not going to see his dom or trade statistics. This bothers some people; but it's not his purpose in the website.

What he is mainly trying to do is teach how to analyze the market, identify where to enter, and where to exit.

I have found, that once I became proficient enough in his methodology, I spent less and less time in his webinar. I needed to avoid distractions and focus on turning what I learned into my methodology.

Overall, I highly recommend joining and learning from him for all traders. However, realize it is not something where you can just copy his trades. You will have to put in the time to learn his material and develop your own trade plan and skills.

I think it would be great if he did a webinar.

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I have spent time in his room and his main method is using fibs and what he trys to do with them is find out what the large algos are looking at atany time and anchor your fibs that he has a very specific way for trading the fibs and where to anchor them I believed it would be great to have him do a webanair here as he would be able to explains his methods much better then I as to the 1st fellas comment on the chat you can hit the I think an arrow in the right hand corner after you open the webanair and it will open another chat that you can type all day I think he has a good method but as the last person said you have to put your time in

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I am not currently a member of EminiAddict.

I was a member for several years.
I've been asked from futures.io (formerly BMT) admins if I was David Halsey because of my username.
I am not he.

The following information is from when I was a member, some things may have changed since it has been at least 2 years since I was a paid member of the site. I still occasionally view his daily video market updates which are free on his web site.

Being a former member I know that he is a very smart trader.
He does not call trades or front run member trades.
He does trade his personal account during a trading day.

His live trading room is valuable if you are a new trader and need hand holding.
He will answer questions during a trading session and has a live text chat attached to the site.

As a paid member, you can see his recorded webinars, his private market updates at the end of a trading day, his free daily market updates each trading day prior to the open and attend the live trading room.

After being a member for several months I stopped attending the live trading room because I found it distracting to my trading. That is not to say it is not valuable for some traders, but that I found it distracting to my method since I use a different trading method.

The rest of my paid membership was used to view his daily video market updates and the text chat room which was very active after hours and premarket. The text chat room was where I made some lifelong trading friends and some new trading enemies. The text chat is not moderated and anything goes until David pops into the room and has the power to remove users.

David uses Think or Swim (or at least he did when I was a member). His method is heavily dependent upon Fibs and support/resistance levels.

He has a good grasp on the big picture of the markets. He primarily focuses on Emini S&P/ Emini Dow / Emini Russel / Euro and GBP.

I attended a live seminar where David was the speaker at a Las Vegas Trading Expo a few years back. I think he would give a good presentation on futures.io (formerly BMT) if he is able to do so. I'm not sure who sponsored him at the Trading Expo but he was an invited guest speaker.

The cost, $30 month when I was a member was worth it to me at the time.

I am in no way connected to EminiAdddict or David Halsey.

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I started w/ DH when he started putting his book together, "Trading the Measured Move" and I'm still w/ him today. As well there are several of us their since I began and several that started before me.

His approach is more "teach a man to fish etc" and makes it quite clear he'll not call trades. DH will tell you where his positions are/ were and why. He lays out his action plan with strict rules, entry method(s), stop loss and profit targets for the intraday, for the day and for the next days etc. Also what's helpful he'll do several market recaps within the day as well as analysis for where we've been/ why, where we should be going/ current data set.

Each day he goes through EOD (1600ET) data for the next day, then a morning update for that day, webinar running from 0815amET to EOD, with live attendance 0915amET to EOD.

In a nutshell a rule based, no BS, professional trading room. When I say no BS that's no BS for him and everyone in the trading room (yes we cut up, giggle, yadda yadda.)

The system takes most(?) people time to begin it, time to understand it and time to "get with it." That means it involves all facets of trading including a fundamental understanding of price action (participation) and that there is no panacea.

That said, for those that agree on "I'm waiting for it to come half-way back" his approach will be much easier to "run with."

I could go into further detail but due diligence will do that.

I'm (he) told the Fibonacci Retracements (pulls) are done backwards. The pull is from 100 to 0%. Profit target is the -23.6%, failure of the pull is the 61.8% and the 50% is where you want to see price action either in the direction of your pull or lack thereof.

It can be more complicated than this (extensions, micro measured moves) or just use a M15 measured move time frame.

A picture is worth a thousand words. /6E five day M15 chart is from this week. Yes it's not typical (it does happen) for the targets to be hit by the the tick - typical front run is four to six ticks for participation and target achieved.




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I've been an eminiaddict member for more years than I can recall.

Mr. Halsey's trading method focuses on trend, entry and target identification using Fibs.

As the others have stated, Mr. Halsey provides insightful real-time analysis and commentary during NYSE market hours and records a daily video analysis of the primary futures markets as preparation for the next trading day.

With precisely defined entries and targets his system works well for those who can execute a consistent, rules-based trading plan.

The degree to which his system 'predicts' market movement is uncanny and can be traded on price alone. No more lagging indicators... just fibs and a lot of self control.

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I was a member in his room for over a year. While initially, I found it refreshing, in a sense that the whole methodology is mechanical, the fibs determine your entry, stop and profit target. David also explains his whole methodology in his recorded webinars and doesn't leave out anything. The only thing different about this guy's approach is that he came up with this term called an 'extension', it's basically drawing a 50% from previous high to new high, instead of the traditional previous low to new high. A trend is simply defined by the 61.8% level holding and continuing to support the market. Once the 61.8% breaks, the trend has changed and you start looking for a new trend to trade.

Unfortunately, after using his system for some time, it became clear.... there's just no edge in the market. It is no better than just using your random line generator to enter and place a random 12 tic stop.

What makes a 50% retracement more likely to work than the rest of the 1000 retracements in the universe? You don't know, you just need to take it and pray that it works. While, the risk to profit ratio seems attractive initially. e.g. for very large fibs, the ratio can sometimes be 1:10, if your system is completely random, then it doesn't matter. So every time I basically draw the fib and place my limit order with a random 12 tic stop. It's really no different than just randomly placing a limit order out there in the market.

In fact, a funny thing happened. I was trading with a buddy at that time, he was also a member in the eminiaddict.com. Over time, we were so shell shocked that we didn't know which 50% to trade. Because we would have 2 or 3 really good clean trades, and then followed by 10 trades where the 50% level just had no impact. I mean, what do you expect? The market to magically hold a 50% level? Haha, if you think about it... it's really funny. We ended up trading every single futures contract from YM to GC to CL trying to find an instrument that 'respected' the 50% levels better... haha.. no such luck, it's all random man....

My last straw with the whole thing was when he started introducing this new term called the "ah-ha" level. It's not a fib level, but it's just a level which he noticed was holding based on observation. This basically throws a spanner into the whole system to me anyway. So now.... are we trading fibs or are we trading price action (naked trading)? They are 2 completely different styles of trading, one is based on a mathematical number the other is based on price. I just felt like he was trying to explain why the market was bouncing at a certain level that wasn't a fib number. Other than the "Ah -ha" level, he also trades double tops and bottoms, which clearly are not fibs. This lead me to believe that you cannot possibly achieve similar trading results by following his system alone.

In short, it was something that was too good to be true..... Imagine if you could contain all the futures markets within 50% retracements. That would probably be the equivalent of discovering the Theory of Everything.

My advice would be to anyone thinking of using this system, at least use it together with the DOM. There's no way you can possibly stick your limit order at some random level in the market and ever hope to be successful on a consistent basis.

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I think about joining his room, what do You guys think and more people who would share their experience ? Thanks !

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he is the only person i have seen that real knows how to trade fibs.... buy his book it has all you need.. to much info on his sight to go through ... time waster... you real only need to know what a measured move is... forget about his market breath stuff ... i would no go there

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My personal experience with David is short...only a few months.

For a very reasonable subscription rate of about 30.00 David performs a comprehensive market analysis from the viewpoint of his fib based strategy on indices, gold, oil, and the dollar. His analysis encompasses RTH as well as overnight markets. So actually his analysis occurs a couple of times a day.

As others have posted here there\'s a ton of information on his website as well as in his book that explains in depth how he views the market through the lens of fib retracements/extensions and TICK action.

The guy has been trading for a long time and this becomes obvious within a very short time of joining his room. He brings a very professional delivery style to his presentation of the market while fitting it into his particular setups in various time frames.

David is very smart, consistent, and committed. But as for calling trades its 100% up to the subscriber to pick his or her spot to enter the trade, place the stop, and manage the trade. He does not perform any of that but its apparent he's trading every single chart that he's presenting.

The system he presents daily is not one that produces a trade setup every day or two. His setups will provide more trades in a day then I personally would want to take. But it also signals swing trades for traders that prefer a longer time frame.

I cannot say that I have mastered the technique of drawing the fibs as he does. But his webinar based chat room works flawlessly (even on my Android tablet) and allows the viewing of a single screen TOS workspace that contains all of the charts he covers with the extensions drawn by him, the master of his system.

Ultimately I use it is as a time saver as well as a confirmation of my own work. Throughout the trading day I monitor his levels and how they fit into my own analysis and triggers. These levels may support my trade or not but his depth of understanding of the market is such that I would not recommend fading him and I avoid doing it. So in this respect he very much influences my trading in large part by clearly establishing the current trends as well as those shorter timeframe trends within trends of the contracts he covers. I've never seen so much work produced in any room that I've joined, and there have been a few in my time spent trying to find my own way in the futures trading world.

Mike, imo you should definitely interview David and traders new and experienced should go there and at least look at it by taking a 30 day free trial. I don't know for certain if you will learn anything new (although I would bet you will) but what you will see is a guy who is a disciplined, long standing professional trader who sticks to his plan 100% and never (and I mean never) gets distracted by noise. Yes, right now he believes heavily in the 7 year cycle and that the markets are in for a very big awakening but that does not influence his trades. He only trades support and resistance when and how his system dictates the levels.

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I'm still with the room and am learning more each week. Last week I had profit days everyday so the knowledge and work ethic are sinking in.

The most important milestones for me have been:

1. using YM instead of ES (although the room trades currencies, metals, oil plus ES and YM)

2. using 100% bracket OCO orders and never moving stops

3. adhering to the trading hours and days as David outlines (focus on Tue, Wed, and Thu)

4. never try to shadow someone else's trade (David does not provide trades but shares the sees the great levels)

5. using the TICK chart for entries

David is a good teacher and honest as the day is long. No hype and no b.s. just a professional trader.

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I agree with you Doug. I joined the emini addict a week ago having read about it in this thread when I joined this website 2 weeks ago. I have learned so much from DH (this group too) that I look forward to getting up in the morning to start my day on the trading platform and his trading room/chat room. Last week, I finished green and could have been very green had I had the discipline needed to be a good trader. I still have a lot to learn and understand all the info DH talks about but I am sure time and patience will remedy that.

For any new traders out there reading; try the 7 day trial and see for yourself. Even at $30 a month, you have nothing to lose if you want to learn how to trade.

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3. adhering to the trading hours and days as David outlines (focus on Tue, Wed, and Thu)

I'm just looking at the thread waiting for the drier so I can go out

I'm curious as to why these days? From my own experience (analysis my daily revenue) I would say take off Wednesdays for the ES/other Indexes and Fridays are by far the easiest money days for me (40% higher on average).

Has he stats to back this choice of days or is just so beginners don't overwork and keep their energy up kind of thing?

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Rory...Cannot answer you if there are STATS available...Based on his strategy and his many years of real time trading he has determined that Mondays and Fridays are less technical therefore lower results are expected. His saying is "half size or not at all". Of course everyone does their own thing and he admits that he breaks his own rules occasionally.

Some people here have stated that his trading is "just Fib retracements and 50% HWB". Well if they are saying that he doesn't use other studies then yes this is true. But the guy possesses a very deep knowledge of his system and how to make it work for his bank account. As I stated before, his discipline, work ethic, focus, and knowledge are well worth the price of admission. Plus its definitely helpful for my trading especially as a break from all the usual adherence to trendlines, studies, and patterns. Yes he is aware of patterns but only within the construct of what the Fib measured move is displaying.

If you are doing well I wouldn't change anything. But just the one move of ditching the ES for day trades and moving to YM increased my "free trade" percentage by double. That was just one tip I learned from Halsey.

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Rory...Cannot answer you if there are STATS available...Based on his strategy and his many years of real time trading he has determined that Mondays and Fridays are less technical therefore lower results are expected. His saying is "half size or not at all". Of course everyone does their own thing and he admits that he breaks his own rules occasionally.

Some people here have stated that his trading is "just Fib retracements and 50% HWB". Well if they are saying that he doesn't use other studies then yes this is true. But the guy possesses a very deep knowledge of his system and how to make it work for his bank account. As I stated before, his discipline, work ethic, focus, and knowledge are well worth the price of admission. Plus its definitely helpful for my trading especially as a break from all the usual adherence to trendlines, studies, and patterns. Yes he is aware of patterns but only within the construct of what the Fib measured move is displaying.

If you are doing well I wouldn't change anything. But just the one move of ditching the ES for day trades and moving to YM increased my "free trade" percentage by double. That was just one tip I learned from Halsey.

Thanks Doug,

Though he uses fibs (Iīm not a fibber ) I shall have a look for a friend. He had a slip of the tongue remembering ES point value $50 not $500 which was odd in a video but he sounds intelligent enough.

I am a very agressive large scale trader however what I do cannot be handled by a beginner which my friend is. If can actually use Fibs in a statistically significant manner that would be interesting to see, theres always a debate on that.

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Hi Doug, in one of you threads you state that DH recommends not moving your stops but I saw that he does advise moving them when first targets are hit. I might be wrong but if you could explain that it would help me understand better. Also, on a private email I went Doug when I first joined last week, he emphatically stated that I should only trade the YM and only use the es as a guide. I didn't understand that and didn't want to ask for an explanation hoping I could figure it out myself, but could you explain that to me. I see the YM follows the es. So where ever the es goes, so goes the YM. Then what is the difference other than contract cost? Any insight helps. Thanks

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Lets answer the YM question first. K

Our goal is to get a free trade. The YM contract is broken down into smaller tick values and more free trades are achieved with YM. So with a 3 contract trade we would set 1 to sell at 6 ticks, the 2nd at 12 ticks, and the third is up to you to either use the target set by the fib or whatever resistance or stop you want to use after that. But the initial stop is always 12 ticks and not to be moved unless you decide to make it tighter

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Sorry for errors ...I'm using the app and can't see anyway to edit:-)

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anyone still using this one?

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I found David Halsey's site after reading his book, "Trading the measured move" i was very impressed with the book and Davids methodology.
I very much agree with some of the other commentators on here, there is no point going to his room and looking for trade signals or trades to copy,
what you will get is a thorough insight into both his methodology, the reasoning behind it, how to apply it and essentially a practical apprenticeship into how to analyse and find viable trades and protect yourself within the market.

there are a number of pre-recorded webinars that tackle different aspects of his methodology from Trading Rules, times to trade, tools of the trade and differences in markets,

and there are Daily market updates, of the state of market pre open and post analysis. every other one is free access.

Davids subscription is very reasonable too, $30 pcm, for the quality of education within Davids recorded material and his daily Live webinar I think that is a very reasonable price. David readily interacts with chatroom participants within the webinar, you can ask him any question and he will always do his best to not only answer but provide the reasoning behind his point of view, seeing Davids thought process applied on the chart analysis has been an invaluable part of my trading education.

To top it off he is a Genuine person, who wants to pass on his knowledge, not an ex prop shop con-artist broker/educator who's telling you they've turned $10000 into millions like much of the trading education out there charging $5000 a seat at a seminar.

his methodology is current, and efficient, mechanical he would say, and his rules are 1st and foremost designed to protect your account.

as far as I can see, he hasn't been interviewed for futures.io yet? or at least i haven't been able to find it if he has, but i for one would be very interested to see one if he does do one.

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