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Old October 23rd, 2013, 08:46 AM   #51 (permalink)
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nbsdt extra day1

yesterday was an extra day for the people who have done the webinar oct
the motivation for that 2 extra day was that that webinar was the worst result of his life
he planed for the tuesday because the news 830 rate unemplyment
but was more the same thing,
he couldn t show what is he looking for , also he made trades, losers, also he know doesn to work but hold, hoping,
and one thing important: he does not use stops, he says that in 16 yrs of trading he have not bad surprises.
but yesterady he says i almost forgot the news of 10.00
he try to express the bias , and inmediatly change, also again blame again the stupid amount or big size of each price.
hesitate to enter, it is not clear when he decide to do it, (the opposite that in the courses and in hindsight)an almost the most go against him ans start to complain, with several frases
are there anybody to share this

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Old October 23rd, 2013, 09:40 AM   #52 (permalink)
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Alejo, has John Grady been trading for 16 years and only had two big losing days? That's pretty good isn't it? You seem disappointed with the course. Is it because you can't replicate the method or because John is inconsistent in his method?

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Old October 23rd, 2013, 03:51 PM   #53 (permalink)
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The intermediate course will provide you with enough info to keep your self busy for at least 1 year, if you go through if properly and take what he says seriously.

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Just went through my paypal receipt for when I bought his course. Looks like I purchased just the basic course. Sorry if I misled anyone.

I was typing on my phone, so I was concentrating on hitting the correct letters, guess I can't think about two things at once lol!



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Old October 24th, 2013, 05:07 AM   #54 (permalink)
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yesterday was an extra day for the people who have done the webinar oct
the motivation for that 2 extra day was that that webinar was the worst result of his life
he planed for the tuesday because the news 830 rate unemplyment
but was more the same thing,
he couldn t show what is he looking for , also he made trades, losers, also he know doesn to work but hold, hoping,
and one thing important: he does not use stops, he says that in 16 yrs of trading he have not bad surprises.
but yesterady he says i almost forgot the news of 10.00
he try to express the bias , and inmediatly change, also again blame again the stupid amount or big size of each price.
hesitate to enter, it is not clear when he decide to do it, (the opposite that in the courses and in hindsight)an almost the most go against him ans start to complain, with several frases
are there anybody to share this

If you're looking for a list of rules to follow, I suggest you take up cookery and buy a recipe book.

This style of trading is pretty intuitive. No 2 trades are ever the same. The market is never the same twice.

I think anyone would have trouble explaining exactly what they are looking for when trying to trade. Especially under the pressure of a load of people watching you. Your ego is on the line. Bad idea in my book.

EG, Sometimes I've entered trades almost unconsciously. I've been waiting for a level, and something to happen there, then all of a sudden I see Ive got a position on. Its like a reflex. I couldnt explain it to anyone what I saw or why. It just happens. Sometimes its the other way.


I think ANYONE looking for SOMEONE ELSE to show them how to trade is barking up the wrong tree. Get someone to show you the basics - read a scalping book or whatever, but the real work has to come from you. You need to make it your own.

Be grateful that people like John and FT71 are spending their time, for little money to show you the basics. But youve GOT to make it your own. You cant copy them. If they screw up, so what? What difference does that make to your trading?

I guess you're pissed cos you spent a bunch of money on his seminar and dont have the confidence to trade this way after seeing him lose a few ticks. Maybe you were hoping youd watch it, get the gig, and crush it over the following weeks? Bad trade.

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Old October 24th, 2013, 08:43 AM   #55 (permalink)
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Alejo, has John Grady been trading for 16 years and only had two big losing days? That's pretty good isn't it? You seem disappointed with the course. Is it because you can't replicate the method or because John is inconsistent in his method?

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i did not know that about 2 days loss
we watch them 12 days and more lossing days
i am disappointed because i was expecting to see a profesional trader trading with a profesional execution , and learn about the process, the thougt process , and i see hesitation, doubt, blames, also yesteraday, the last days, he said, today is the example of what not to do?
i think that everybody of us can upload a video or hundredes of videos of what not to do.
i am paying for watch what to do.

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Old October 24th, 2013, 08:54 AM   #56 (permalink)
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If you're looking for a list of rules to follow, I suggest you take up cookery and buy a recipe book.

This style of trading is pretty intuitive. No 2 trades are ever the same. The market is never the same twice.

I think anyone would have trouble explaining exactly what they are looking for when trying to trade. Especially under the pressure of a load of people watching you. Your ego is on the line. Bad idea in my book.

EG, Sometimes I've entered trades almost unconsciously. I've been waiting for a level, and something to happen there, then all of a sudden I see Ive got a position on. Its like a reflex. I couldnt explain it to anyone what I saw or why. It just happens. Sometimes its the other way.


I think ANYONE looking for SOMEONE ELSE to show them how to trade is barking up the wrong tree. Get someone to show you the basics - read a scalping book or whatever, but the real work has to come from you. You need to make it your own.

Be grateful that people like John and FT71 are spending their time, for little money to show you the basics. But youve GOT to make it your own. You cant copy them. If they screw up, so what? What difference does that make to your trading?

I guess you're pissed cos you spent a bunch of money on his seminar and dont have the confidence to trade this way after seeing him lose a few ticks. Maybe you were hoping youd watch it, get the gig, and crush it over the following weeks? Bad trade.

I agree with you that it is my work, i am doing my work, everyday but i think it is intresting to watch live pro traders with real money to show the way or give an indication of the way

i am an amateur golfer, when i go to watch a pro golf , i go to see how he does, my motivation, is learning , watching how manage the shots, how he reaction under differents scenes, i know that scenes, i and know how i have struggle.

Then if you see the pro, given 4 shots to take out the ball from a bunker, o saying , this bloody course is a problem , i finally he got 110 shots, you fell that something is wrong

yesterday john sais"today is an example that all of you do not to do"

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Old October 24th, 2013, 09:42 AM   #57 (permalink)
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... Be grateful that people like John and FT71 are spending their time, for little money to show you the basics...

@TheDude,

I don't think USD1K is "little money"..

I would certainly be as disappointed as alejo if I had paid to see such poor trading. Grateful?? You must be joking.

No one expects perfect trades but the least an educator/instructor should demonstrate how to cope professionally with losses. This is the real value.
Anyone can trade badly and no one would wanna pay to see such trading.

Your comment is VERY unfair to alejo..

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Old October 24th, 2013, 11:44 AM   #58 (permalink)
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@TheDude,

I don't think USD1K is "little money"..

I would certainly be as disappointed as alejo if I had paid to see such poor trading. Grateful?? You must be joking.

No one expects perfect trades but the least an educator/instructor should demonstrate how to cope professionally with losses. This is the real value.
Anyone can trade badly and no one would wanna pay to see such trading.

Your comment is VERY unfair to alejo..

You ever had a bad day?

or a bad few days?

Can anyone teach anyone 'how to cope'? We can give suggestions, but putting into practise is down to the individual.

I understand your point about $1k, but you can lose way more than that in the market if you're not careful.

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Old October 24th, 2013, 11:46 AM   #59 (permalink)
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I agree with you that it is my work, i am doing my work, everyday but i think it is intresting to watch live pro traders with real money to show the way or give an indication of the way

i am an amateur golfer, when i go to watch a pro golf , i go to see how he does, my motivation, is learning , watching how manage the shots, how he reaction under differents scenes, i know that scenes, i and know how i have struggle.

Then if you see the pro, given 4 shots to take out the ball from a bunker, o saying , this bloody course is a problem , i finally he got 110 shots, you fell that something is wrong

yesterday john sais"today is an example that all of you do not to do"

Maybe thats why he threw in the extra couple of days?

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Old January 28th, 2014, 03:50 PM   #60 (permalink)
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I am wondering if there are any members of futures.io (formerly BMT) who have taken the webinar and are actually trading using John's particular system?

If so I would appreciate to hear how it is going?

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