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cloudy has got it wright



web sight looks real cool, exlent looking course by prop traders . you found real pros this time. send us 5 grand ...trust us its all good. i dont ..if they could train traders in 8 weeks or even trade all...they would not be selling educatioin.

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Actually,I think their education resource is good.I have just bought their new Footprint Chart course.It contains 30 hours' video materials with 2 months' live membership (which I have subscript for several months) The course structure is well organized,and it provides you different trading strategies,and with every strategies,there are examples and drills for you to practise.And you can ask Brannigan questions live in membership chat ,he is the course instructor ,very welling to answer your questions.I have also bought their price ladder and volume profile course,both are great course.Although I didn't attain their prop shop training,but the courses I bought really help me much,and the new footprint course fee is not high compared with what it provides and other vendors‘ footprint course,it is just 840 pounds.

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if there so grate why not prove it.


they will not produce any prof at all they even trade. i do not know where they can or not. i am not saying there training would not be helpful . but if they can not make money using it , what makes you think you can.

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they will not produce any prof at all they even trade. i do not know where they can or not. i am not saying there training would not be helpful . but if they can not make money using it , what makes you think you can.



Well they are paying for an expensive location in London, with expensive 6-12 trading screens with desk fees in the region of £2000. A lot of the senior guys came from Futex an established prop firm at the time so I am sure they are battle worn and know what they are doing. They are using all the platforms, price ladder, market profile and volume in the way that alot of the top firms do. As they have big overheads straight off with travel, desk fees etc surely they have to be pretty good just to make a living. Also they donít sell the bullshit dream that trading is easy


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i do not know the folks


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Well they are paying for an expensive location in London, with expensive 6-12 trading screens with desk fees in the region of £2000. A lot of the senior guys came from Futex an established prop firm at the time so I am sure they are battle worn and know what they are doing. They are using all the platforms, price ladder, market profile and volume in the way that alot of the top firms do. As they have big overheads straight off with travel, desk fees etc surely they have to be pretty good just to make a living. Also they donít sell the bullshit dream that trading is easy


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if they can trade , what is the harm in producing the prof. why hid the wonderful news. by hiding it... they look as bad as the rest of the trading education vendors . they would be better of coning out an be honest . we just teach trading , we do not do any. teaching it pays more. that is the real truth ... that is why no vendors will produce the any prof. the vendor do not trade.

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To be completely honest I have seen a lot of content from this firm and this course, and imo itís just verbose and subjective. Perhaps it can be helpful in parts in particular learning how to drill certain scenarios, but itís a fluff filled syllabus in large parts to me. A long list of videos doesnít make it necessarily well rounded content, and I felt some of it was just very poorly presented. Thatís just my experience of it, and it just isnít something Iíd recommend to someone new to trading (or not) wanting to learn theses topics. On that topic the most valuable thing is to find some drills and practice them, youíll learn to see different events and behaviour and youíll learn it.

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On that topic the most valuable thing is to find some drills and practice them...

Here's a few potential ones for anybody to try:
Prop Shop Trading Exercises - Learn to Trade for Free | PriceSquawk

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Here's a few potential ones for anybody to try:
Prop Shop Trading Exercises - Learn to Trade for Free | PriceSquawk



The quote below, in my opinion, answers the question and demand for evidence or the conversation about edge. You have to earn your edge, they could probably tell you everything that they do, and the average person will not have the screen time, the exposure, the wins/losses to make it work.

"Introduction to Prop Shop Trading Exercises
If you were to join a Proprietary Trading firm starter program you might be surprised to find out that you they won’t teach you ‘the’ strategy they use for making money. They will instead teach you some foundations of trading – mainly money management, organization and an overview of various trading methods such as interpreting the DOM, Spread Trading and maybe some Technical Analysis. If you are lucky you will also receive some insights from experienced traders on the market structure, how value is determined and some basic order flow analysis. The majority of trader development is achieved through trading exercises and review through which traders start to find their own particular edge in trading the markets. Then traders are given a small account to overcome some of the psychological hurdles that arise when trading live, and to get consistent with, before being given a bigger risk allotment. The training and exercises usually last just one or two months. Depending on a traders potential you may get anywhere from 3 months to 1 year to consistently cover your costs."

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I signed up for the Axia prop trader course through Jigsaw. It's OK, but the instructor is not a very skilled presenter - he appears nervous, and stammers quite a bit. Combined with the UK accent it's a bit difficult to hold my interest.


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I was thinking to buy the institutional package education from jigsaw but I am not sure if It's worth the price! Can you comment a little bit your opinion. thanks in advance . ( if you want write to me a private message)

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Axia the prop entity might be incorporated differently than the website/education business. They might do this to protect them from litigation.



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