Gary Dayton Trading Coach (www.tradingpsychologyedge.com)
Gary Dayton has presented several futures.io (formerly BMT) webinars on topics ranging from psychology (my favorites) to methodology (Wyckoff), and they have always been very highly received.
I wanted to take a moment and create this vendor review thread since there doesn't seem to be one yet. If anyone is a customer of Gary's (coaching) please feel free to leave your review in this thread for the benefit of others.
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I feel honored that I am the first to reply to this post here regarding Gary Dayton.
He has been my mentor for a number of years. I have taken master classes with Gary, webinars on trends, analysis of Wyckoffs take on the 1929 market, the 3-10 oscillator, upthrusts, springs and a continuing weekly deep practice webinar he has done for the last few years.
I cannot recommend Gary and his teaching high enough. He cares for his students. He holds nothing back. He is profoundly knowledgeable and his prices, for what you get are inexpensive. I just want to encourage my friends to learn to trade, just so I can suggest Gary s classes, (but I like my friends too much to introduce them to trading).
I could go on, but I would strongly suggest, if you really want to learn from an expert in trading, even if you have years of experience, take Gary's weekly Deep Practice sessions. Just try it for a month. You will not regret your decision. The community of class members is great. There are some very good traders that get together with the deep practice group and the education there is wonderful. What you spend for a month of deep practice, you could easily loose in a couple of minutes trading the ES. And the way I look at it, the money I spend on Garys class actually saves me money on stupid trades in the market.
Anyway, ,Gary is great.
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I'm not saying Dr. Gary's paid services are worthless - that's up to anyone to decide for themselves, however I urge you to read Evidence Based Technical Analysis before buying any of his courses, or any other paid trading course.
To me, Dr. Gary's deep practice would be of much more valuable if he'd use a chart he hadn't seen before the weekly class starts.
Again, I'm not saying his teachings have no value, but it's so easy to make up a story about a chart pattern you know in advance of the class commencement. And don't forget, a trader who runs a good business is not necessarily a profitable trader.
Weak up dude, take a deep breadth, stop spending wrecklessly, digest all the good and free information out there (and on this site), and rather buy some books. It's easier and cheaper to distinguish a good book from the pack of bad ones than to try all the courses out there.