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It's a hokey and unprofessional way of soliticing in my opinion. Why the need to do this if money is dropping off the trees there?

I can assure you that they don't think of a slogan contest as something they "need to do." To them it's just fun. Besides, if there were only one trader left that didn't subscribe, EOT would advertise to try to get them. That's just business.


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And yes, I hold 99% of educational vendors in low esteem. Sorry if this offends you.

Blanket statements like that just needlessly close doors. I am far better off for the industry contacts I have made, and the ones that deserve to be held in low esteem show themselves as such quickly enough without me having to paint everyone with the same brush. Caution is warranted in all business transactions, but it seems that on anonymous internet forums it needlessly degrades to paranoia and outright hostility.

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I know, it really hurt to see what they did with arrows4, which was totally against the philosophy I had put into the original. You can see my original arrows4 intro where I focus on NOT having tons of inputs to mess with. They took a step backwards, in my opinion.



Not actually true on ninja, where VR4x2 is realtime-only. You could do it on multicharts, though.


so on a stored days data (ticks included), one could not engage in replay of a prior day and run through test?

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Sorry if I offend you, but I think your post is a sad statement on the average forum participant... always assuming the worst about educational vendors with no actual facts to back up your statements.

At least while I was with them, business was going so well it was a pain to deal with all the customers. I had no free time left, which is one reason why I left despite all the money that was pouring in.

Bill can't sit still. Always wants to try something new. Chances are one of EOT's clients suggested this and Bill loved it. Like you said, it was a creative thing to do, which probably appealed to him.

Richard

couple of questions,

they have a predictive indicator that works (display wise, whether or not it works in reality is to be seen, its not released yet) that works on longer term charts (15mins) and less so on shorter term charts (5mins or less).

is this unique to them?, or others have something of this?, I thought I saw this and others gave up trying to project a possible direction that the current point would be going forward

also, can you pm me with an alterntive to eot?

sorry for being so blunt or just putting it out there, as it were

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is this unique to them?, or others have something of this?, I thought I saw this and others gave up trying to project a possible direction that the current point would be going forward

The one that EOT was playing with when I left was a prototype developed by a small canadian company, using fourier analysis. Looked pretty text-book to me, but they may have improved on it since then. There is a huge literature on Time-Series Forecasting, but you have to be kinda math-savvy to understand it.

That little company is certainly not the only one doing forecasting. It's something I plan to have a go at, in the future. Right now I'm too busy with other stuff. Google would know far more than I would about what others have.



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also, can you pm me with an alterntive to eot?

That's a weird request. What are you looking for... a live room? Or a workable indicator set? Or an educational experience? or ... ? I mean, one alternative to EOT is eating a hamburger, but that's only better if you are wanting a hamburger.

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also, can you pm me with an alterntive to eot?


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That's a weird request. What are you looking for... a live room? Or a workable indicator set? Or an educational experience? or ... ? I mean, one alternative to EOT is eating a hamburger, but that's only better if you are wanting a hamburger.

LOL That made me laugh...

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