Kwik-pop has an independent trader, Rod volunteering to host a two hour session so far. "He agreed to moderate our chat room 4 days a week (Monday-Thursday) from 9:30 A.M. through 11:30 A.M. Eastern time. " And doing live trades. If folks want to see the kp indicators in action.
Just imo. The indicators I really liked in the end were the KPpivots and the paintbars indicators. The rest feel derivative. Eventually I found I didn't even need any of the KP indicators. There are plenty in futures.io (formerly BMT) downloads that are comparable. Maybe of some value for a beginner to trading to get started like "training wheels", but eventually promotes overdependence on indicators, and confusion caused by too much changing information from the indicators. Even when an HPL or LPH forms it's always a bar late. However I did spend a lot of time daytrading with them and probably gained some positive screen time. I didn't want to continue the $ubscription, so I tried alternate indicators whether generic, on futures.io (formerly BMT), or found elsewhere, until I was comfortable without them.
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i do not know how it works... they use a 2500 and 10000 volume charts ...with some kind of keltner bands... all i can say is there entry signals are a coin flip.... why pay 100.00 a month for that... go on and put the bands on a 5 min. chart... when price reaches the band ... flip a coin ... heads you take it ... tails you do not.... my 2 cents
I used it aswell and agree. But so is it with all systems out there and i have tried most of the systems and there arenīt that many they are just variations of the same thing. Trading just have to do with statistical profitable setups that takes traning , training , waiting, waiting and a whole lot of money management and patience, which i am sorry to say personally that i am not good at. It is one thing to know how to trade and it is another to actually do it.
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Kwikpop does allow one to free trial their suite of indicators. I have trialed it over the years, at the time Wayne owned it. Following the release of Kwikpop under Bill B., I also gave it a trial review. A lot of eye candy presumably all with the purpose to filter, filter and filter, again.
In the end, Bill refuses to provide any chart 'signal' showing indicator alliance or as he calls it, 'synchronicity harmony' (forgive the redundancy) showing when a trade lines up. Too much eye candy with 6-8 indicators on a single chart. HOWEVER, it is my understanding now that Blood Hound will make it possible to automate the signals when everything is inline.
Like any system trade suite, you need to have a trading plan going into the day. I am still of the mindset that simpler is better when it comes to trading.
Bill B. sounds like a great guy really out to help the trader and make money while doing it, as he should.
Thank you for the kind words CO Trader, our set of indicators is extensive and I normally tell users to keep the ones that work for them and leave the others alone. at the end of the day our goal is to see traders become better traders. I am glad to answer any questions a trader might have.
The Kwik Pop software may be the best I've seen in a while. From my view the KP running with the dynamic power bars seems much better than the old volume bars once used. It definitely helps me stay in a trade longer than I've ever been able. Getting used to the system is a chore as with any other. They have several videos explaining how to use the software but overall fall short of a larger view of the software and its use - that's where the paid-for-class comes into play. You may sign up for a free 2 week trial use of the software. If you do, set your power bars on three settings: 2, 4, and 8. I've used these settings many years on minutes and tick charts to give both a short look and longer, trend seeking look. They recommend 2, 4, and 6. As matter of preference I use 8 on 3rd chart.
Their free trading room offers some but limited help. The up-sell is to get one into the class where you learn "all" of the secrets. The free room basically looks for two types of trades: what is called a 'synchronic harmony' and the other is a 'lone wolfe'. I am not in the 'paid-for-class' as that was a bit too expensive for me presently so no other comments for now. Overall though, I am pleased with my results so far.
Wishing all great success!
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