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It's made clear from the start that he won't be giving trade set ups in the sense of leading you in to trades. I recall from last year he would kind of get upset when he was questioned to much about his own trades / trading. There are "Signature Trades" to look for and they're based of off certain market patterns and market actions/reactions.

I don't blame him and his course material NOT giving specific set ups as he's not selling a trading system (and there are plenty of people out there that will sell you theirs for only $XXXX.XX) he's educating the participants on how to read MP and how it relates to the market.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, it definitely helped me in my trading and moved me to another level in trading and more importantly understanding the /ES market. The course is also geared towards market prep and psychology, both of which are fundamental parts of the trading biz.

Finally, IMO, training (and trading) during the live market has no equal in the sense of you never know what's coming on the right edge of the chart.

Yeah that is one of the things I like about his courses, he actually talks about psychology a lot. Agree that to be successful it's really important to get away from the setups mentality. It's better to understand the context (which is what market profile can help with) and then once you do that you can understand how to adapt when the market changes.

Another good thing from Dalton's teaching is he encourages students to develop scenarios.

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regardless of the content, turned off by announcing of your retirement, then "coming out of retirement" within 9 months for another cash grab.

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regardless of the content, turned off by announcing of your retirement, then "coming out of retirement" within 9 months for another cash grab.

You're more than welcome to your own opinion and while I doubt that's the case, it does give plenty of people a chance to take the course and learn.

To each their own.

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This time they have priced it higher at $1990 for Market Profile Mastery Course 1 & 2, and don't see any early enrollment offers/discounts. Wonder if higher price is due to Peter from shadowtrader.net getting involved in this season for intensives, not sure how much of value addition he is going to bring on the table, compared to the master himself and to justify this price increase from last intensives.

the intensives are not that much help. i think they are becoming harder to sell and he may be looking for one big score each year. Dalton had no trade set ups in the 5 years or so i was there. market profile is more about reading the current market state or conditions. it is not the grail. you will not be no master trader after taking the master course. you will learn a lot about how markets work and the use of market profile. if new to trading this might not be the place to start. the longer you have day traded the more help it will be. market profile is not quick and easy like look for patterns. Dalton worked for UBS , he spent most of his time executing trades for other people. i am not saying do not buy the course, just plan on working 2 years are more on mastering the material.

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Dalton provides a lot of public webinars for free, check out his youtube channel here:


Also the link to his recorded webinars:


I am a member of his website (because I purchased a course over $500) and the videos and articles I have access to are invaluable. I'm starting to understand the nuances. Markets are dynamic and I think the big advantage from his training is the ability to adapt the information to realtime to understand context better. Too many traders are just focused on price and I was one of those. I think one of the important things you start learning is whether something is old business (ie. long liquidation) or new business (ie. new selling). Every time he does another webinar I feel I am picking up another nugget or reinforcing ones I have heard before.

Highly recommend watching the Kickstart webinar series which have been the preparation videos for the upcoming Mastery webinars. He is also doing a really good Q&A webinar right now that will probably appear on his Youtube channel.

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