Yes.......I have spoken to DT several times.......interesting guy.
I like his product..........but alas.......I lack the insights that DT has........so no one would gain much by me talking about it.
I guess I would like to see a section in futures.io (formerly BMT) where vendors could do their thing........futures.io (formerly BMT) users could enter at their own risk knowing that the vendor wants to try and sell them something.......let the vendors take their best shot to demonstrate their wares. Each forum member can decide if he wants to view the vendor area or not and it would be clear that futures.io (formerly BMT) does NOT endorse any particuliar product. In a way the vendors are doing this now......only they are limited by what they can show.........
Anyway.......just a thought.
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I previously suggested this..........much like we have let Felton do webinars.......but Big Mike felt that the Felton thing was pushing the limits and he didn't want to go any farther with other vendors.
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OK so lets take any further "policy" posts out of this thread, you can make a new thread if you want in the Feedback section of the forum. But lets let this post get back on-topic of reviewing the product, and not debating the policies of futures.io (formerly BMT).
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I have just read the free lessons ( Tape Reading Introduction Lessons ) and watched associated videos.
I do not not use Ninja Trader, so I cannot test the proposed tools, and consequently I have no opinion on them.
But these free lessons already give good foundation for tape reading and DOM reading. Thanks for this.
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