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I saw a few posts on this elsewhere, the free trial has apparently been stopped and replaced with a 14 day no questions money back guarantee.
Personally I like the look of it from looking at the functionality it offers, looks like a very powerful DOM especially. Not sure I'd execute off of it though, simply because of the extra cost (As I've said elsewhere I'm personally not a fan of extra monthly costs).
I must add, I'm like you in that I'm very careful before parting with cash on tools. But I like what I've seen so far so I'm going to see for myself and take it from there. Overall the cost is very competitive for what they offer, so not something I'll quibble over spending on it if it turns out to be useful.
I only re-posted this in this thread because Big Mike said to, to avoid a "split topic". Just to re-interate, this discussion started by Justtradeit84 was about the Stephen Kelly room, not about "Jigsaw Trading Products".
Pete's response time can be frustrating if your having an issue but, overall its a great product and Pete does a good job helping you set things up and get trading. I'm still not a fan of not looking at charts.... but using this dom over the summer when its slow will probably help your entries. I don't have the best luck using his ideas on the ES but the 30yr works much better. If I use the Dom and a renko chart on the side its easier for me to understand the overall flow of the market for the day.
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It would be nice to have an option which would allow to combine the two middle columns of the recent trades into one.
Until now I used volume profile on X_trader, but if I have to constantly look at it and if I blink I could miss the difference that's been added, especially when there have been trades at that price earlier that day. If it goes from 16853 contracts to 18134 I might miss it. In fact, I miss it all the time. Jigsaw would definitely be an advantage but using three DOMs and charts these two columns seem like way too much information for me. I don't care if somebody sees an opportunity and dumps a tick or somebody buys in the wrong place. I'd not be able to follow three doms like that.
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