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Started:January 6th, 2013 (10:55 PM) by KLTF Views / Replies:1,917 / 2
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Old January 6th, 2013, 10:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thoughts on YTC and PATS for a beginner?

Hi everyone been lurking the site for awhile now and glad to finally start to join the community.

As the title suggests I am new to futures trading, but I have traded stocks for a couple of years now and I'm mainly just looking to expand into other markets.

My question today for everyone is...

Are these good places to get started with futures trading? I am planning to purchase the YTC set of the first 6 books plus the scalper as well. I'm mainly looking to scalp futures so I will use YTC as my base. But I also plan on purchasing PATs trading model and would love feed back if these 2 strategies can coincide well together?

I'll be getting the PAT book from youtube user PATsTrading

I'd appreciate it as well if anyone could recommend more books / educational resources not really looking for an indicator seeing how easy it is to shill for a company.

Also I'll be joining FT71 in his brokerage and would love feedback with anyone currently with him or was previously affiliated with him, I've only ever heard great things about him and look forward to the education I'll be getting with Vankar in addition to my own studies.

My only question there is what is the main methodology of FT71 is he a scalper? Swing trader? etc...

Im sure I'll be getting a quality education there but would like to know if I should start to look for other places to gain some knowledge on scalping futures markets.

Thank you.


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