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tnx for an 'informed' review

I paid for it as much as 2000 bucks, and I don't want to share information.
Im greedy.
Okay, I'm kidding
This is a really cool thing.I recommend to try the free trail for 95 bucks.


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Hi guys! if anyone interested to buy the mtpredictor adds on licens for $1300 contact me on alexdenk8@gmail.com

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I use MTP add on for NT for over 4 years with continous success. For me the best trading software together with Flux Capacitor from Back to the Future Trading. Both companies are very serious, good support and a lot of instruction videos. I know professional traders using MTP and BTTF daily for FDAX, CL, ES and GC
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Hello,
Ganymed, Would it be possible to learn more about how you or some of the professional traders use MTp with the Flux Capacitor. I do have the BTTF and have used it with some mixed success. I am looking into buying the MTP software. Any suggestions or ideas will be very much appreciated.

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change license ofa pro connect to mt predictor profesional

Hi,

I have ofa pro connect, the software package complete. If someone are interested in change the license with the mt predictor profesional pm. Only for a specific time.

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Glad to hear of your success Ganymed. I am new with MTP [looking to trade off the 3 & 5 minute charts] and found the DP trades very hard to be successful with. It seems it's so important to determine the larger degree trend [so I look at the 15 minute chart] yet there doesn't seem to be that much info about assessing that under all the different situations that the market creates day by day.

Of course they talk about going to a larger time frame and he refers to this lots on the Advanced blog, however I've found it inconclusive many many times....kind of depends on how far back you look on the larger degree chart...

I just stay away from the DP setups now. Any helpful thoughts?

thanks

With DP entries, if the bar at the DP setup has a long tail showing the market has reversed, I usually wait for the following bar that penetrates the order price to close. If that bar closes with no tail (indicating very little or no hesitation in the new direction) and all that happens within my risk size, I'll take it. But it is usually better to wait for a 2nd similar entry after the market has pulled back (usually from around the 100% R/R point) and is making a 2nd attempt to reverse.

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I tried this last year, and the main issue I had was that the signals are constantly redrawn/vanishing (even after entering a trade). So there is no way to look at a chart and figure out what you would have done in the past (other than replaying perhaps). When I brought this up to them and asked for my cash back, the owner literally had a fit on the phone, though they did refund my money. They do have a nice way of looking at RR before entering a trade, which was one of the features that intrigued me to try it out. The other interesting item is that they look at Elliott in simplified terms, which basically means playing the big picture/high probability patterns, instead of trying to get a complete EW count.

I have never seen their software do that, except where NinjaTrader has been set to calculate on bar close equals FALSE. In other words, it is setup to calculate tick by tick instead of on the close of the bar.

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"This guy" does not believe in commenting. I have nothing to teach (who am to I teach anyone?), to sell or convince others of....I had this up because after 4years.....I wanted to show it can be done for average folks with right combination of effort, luck and perseverance. MTP is just a tool - as good as any, or as bad as any.

My opinion is just as bad as the next one.

It's true edge its it's treatment of risk and position sizing and how it forces you think about risk first, second and last and not care about returns. Once I thought of that as a habit, it didn't t matter what MTP showed or indicated.

It was all about taking risk controlled behaviour. I suspect with enough time spent you can find your edge. BTW, there is more than enough on that blog for people to make their own decisions. MTP can fail for several people, it did for me for over 3years. I read everything with trading, had rules, golden nuggets and still kept failing. Nothing worked.

Slowly over time (hard to pinpoint a turnaround day) when I was close to giving up; I tried to see what what Van Tharp said (it couldn't hurt after all, to try one last thing) - practice low risk. I still wasn't making any money, but no matter how many mistakes i made (and still keep making), I was not blowing up my 4th account (previous 3 went the way of the dodo). That feeling of keeping risk low generated a momentum that is hard to teach and hard to make others believe in.

Unless you experience it yourself. Traders who have the opportunity to survive that long may have that chance, but unless it's self generated there is not much of chance of people surviving in the long term.

I used to have lists on rules and all that, now I have torn up all lists and rules. I practive low risk behavour that is a results of all those rules. It works for me

Other than that, not much else to say

Hi Deucalion,
Have you attend any of Van Tharp's workshops or only read his book?
I am currently busy reading his book regarding position size and have purchased the game as well.
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Good entries

I also made a trial with MT Predictor. There are some very good entries generated but you have to double check with other system to filter losing entries.


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Hi Deucalion,
Have you attend any of Van Tharp's workshops or only read his book?
I am currently busy reading his book regarding position size and have purchased the game as well.
Regards,
Arno

@Arno66, unless you use the mention tag not going to see your comment. Sat through a couple of VT's webinars. Good but not impressive. Read his book - same sentiment. MTP is better. The simplicity with which its puts risk control processes in practice is admirable and rare. But here is my own takeaway from either. Neither is perfect. Not sure how one can really drive down the concept that risk control is everything (without getting killed in the process).

Trading is all about sitting in the tall grass. Very quietly. You need to kill, knowing very well that you might end up being the prey.

Two examples from today - I stalked crude patiently today, and it just about cut my head off with its relentless whiplash. Then, in the afternoon, ES gave me more than what I wanted with little or no drama in little or no time. It all about surviving.

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It was a good day at the end, but only after hours of chop - the patient did get rewarded. That is all either MTP or VT are about.


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@Deucalion, have you tried the MTP v7 beta? What are your thoughts on the stand-alone vs NinjaTrader integrated option?

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