two trading rooms and one strategy course that are great
I am currently a subscriber of two trading rooms and they are both great different styles but both are awesome. One of them is xbot autotraders trading room and I am also starting the broker assist program this week, and the other room is Rob Hoffmans of trade the markets he took over the trading room I believe in January, and I hae been in there since march and it has been great. Both are great Robs is based on all his own strategies and its great. Xbots room is also great and Dpaul the owner and trader develops all the bots as he calls them and they trigger trades and he also has his bot available for ninja trader I have not gotten that yet, but starting with the broker assist, and trading room. I also took the nautilus trading system course which is awesome and I also go into his chatroom, but his is not a signal trading room. He has not charged me to come into the trading webinar at all because I bought his course and strategy. Now I will tell you he is working on a broker assisted program which I hope will be soon, but he also has his software. The amount of info I learned in his course was well worth the money I spent. I know this sounds like a lot but I am believer follow the people that know how to do it and try to do it like them. Thanks, Bob Frank.
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Basically, they trade the strategies they teach in their courses, which are very reasonably priced, and compared to many the room is reasonably price.
The pro's to me are:
1) They trade a live account (1 contract) and you know when they are placing trades, and can see them on the charts. They do having losing trades and occasionally losing days. No miracles. Their objectives are reasonable income, not huge profits.
2) No magic indicators. Everything they use are standard indicators. Yeah, the do color the bars, and put a couple of dots on their charts, but they aren't proprietary. They explain what they are and when they are triggered. Can easily be programmed in Ninja.
3. Although based on their courses, they explain what they are doing in the trades, and you can almost learn the system via the room.
4. Their support staff is great, and they are flexible in helping you with their stuff.
I'd recommend taking a look.
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Every trading room wants to keep their own secrets, so
most of them will not learn you that much!
Its really hard to follow trading rooms, some are better than others!
I have been in a lot and know directly when its good or not.
I am not a proffesional trader myself and after 2 years of trading
i still am not that good! but I have an automated program now
that makes me good money every month (+- 10k) . that makes it possible
for me to test a lot and follow diffrent trading rooms.
In Holland is a good one for short scalps but it is all in dutch,
and in US is a good one for longer daytrades and swingtrades.
But watch out because there is a lot of scam out there!
I'm still a member (lifetime membership) of a trading group that meets daily (skype) for 2 hours. The moderator calls out the trades and it's very successful..
The problem for me was that I didn't have a large enough account to utilize their strategy.....1-2 ticks a day profit is not feasible for me. For someone with a very large account, that works just fine. That and I didn't feel like I was learning all I needed to learn in order to do the same strategy on my own....so if the moderator went toes up, I'd be dead in the water.
So I unleashed my ego and decided I could do better on my own.......
Hello Dave, and all others who are intrested,
Pls give me a private message, since I dont know if its allowed to put the name of the site/program here
So if anyone intrested you can pvt me or mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
the program is making progress we found even better settings and for me for instance it
gave me a profit of over $8000 only last week!
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