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I've also seen Field of Vision. Good stuff.

Has anyone seen the Live Trading DVD set from Dalton? Does he really put on trades?

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daltons courses are much better than any other market profile courses ... i have taken most all

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Dalton does not put on are call out trades..or teach any set ups are trade management . the bread and butter is understanding current market conditions and to see change in the conditions and how to react to that change. a example is the over night inventory long short or balanced ..what could happen next...a, b, or c if it c how you trade that and what to look out for. what the difference is in a opening drive and test drive or open action..and know which one you are in..

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Any feedback from new people on this course

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I was participating in last 2 intensive courses as a total newbie to the methodology and became an enthusiast.
There are valid points to people who recommend the courses and those who doesn't see any value in them.
I can totally understand people who find no value in his courses/methodology and even who discard it.
There are also people who are regulars on the intensive courses that are with Jim for years.

Big chunk of the knowledge is out there for free. Books and webinars on youtube can be enough to get a good grasp what's this about. You can check Kickstart webinar series. There is also an Introduction e-course.

In addition to a monthly course that consists of 2 daily reports and 1-2 webinars there is big emphasis on preparation and routine. If you don't work on your own there merits of the course are much limited.
In order to gain as much as possible you need to read the books first and be familiar with what he's talking about.
And the most important part is doing your homework and self preparation day-by-day.
You can also come unprepared (as I was , to some extent) and still benefit from day 1.


I decided because there was this statement on their site: "We put you in the driver's seat".
For me it was finally something that was appealing to me to my ''core''. It all started to make sense.

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