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The following user says Thank You to Big Mike for this post:
Dude... I need you to write me some indicators with colors and arrows ... we can sell them... we can be rich ... rich I tell ya...
"Not intended to be a factual statement" John Kyle Senator Arizona
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The following 4 users say Thank You to ThatManFromTexas for this post:
I don't think it's easy making money out there with trading education. The field has gotten saturated. I was the web programmer for one of these outfits, which has been around for a while, and one of their teachers is an excellent market analyst. But they are now struggling, had to slash their fees, and trying to re-invent themselves to try to rise above the crowd.
The following user says Thank You to monpere for this post:
I agree its probably not easy . Nothing worthwhile is easy and if being a trading educator is your thing then go for it I say . Given the unlimited and gigantic potential actually trading your live account has compared to being an educator then to me its pretty obvious that if you lack the dicipline to trade live then the next best thing is to help other trades , for a fee of course .
But , I could be wrong since Im not an educator . If educators make > $900 million annual (see stevie cohen) then you have my apologies .
The following user says Thank You to Eric j for this post:
Thanks Beth! This is hilarious! I almost had a brown out in my shorts I laughed so hard.
Chick stumbles onto this site, makes a few friends, grabs the free indicators and calls them her own. Packages them up and rents them for $99/month. Evil Genius...muhahahahahaha. Her little scam is a bit premature, she should have at least posted a string of winning trades. Her journal here does not give great confidence that she knows how to trade well.
All the generosity she was provided here and then a slap in your face! I give her site three, maybe six months before its done. Then, she'll come crawling back here, probably with a new identity and coax a few more friendlies to build more stuff. Rinse and repeat. Hey, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
As G-Dub would say it...Fool me once...shame on...shame on you... fool me... you can't get fooled again.
(you'll have to look that one up because my post count is too low to include a link)
The following user says Thank You to GageTradeSport for this post: