I had joined eot back in March of 2008. I was just starting out, it was a struggle. I would check back in every once in a while to see what was new.
Fast forward to now, and Mark H's 'Zero Risk Profile' looks good. I'm no longer a member, but receive emails sometimes.
This Mark H. guy trades 1 contract on the ES and claims to make some serious coin.
He uses the NCEP arrows and also the EOT Plot cycle I think. Looks for it to be below 20 and rising then once it goes above 80 he looks for it to dip to exit. Anyway, there's a video link in their forum I found.
He reports that he's profitable but when I was there most of the members had no idea how he made money on days when the signals were clearly losing. Even the moderater asked what he was doing because following the signals would not give you near the results he was reporting. It was obvious that he uses a great deal of discretion.
I believe Richard left because he wanted to spend more time on his trading instead of developing EOT indicators. Perhaps the money he made from EOT gave him enough freedom to actually trade--instead of market--for a living.
I have enjoyed the recent free access to their trade room and Bil the moderator calls and places trades in front of you and also provides his earnings when asked on daily, wkly mo, yearly etc. The company continues to improve on their indicators and the information on their forums and blogs are very clear. I see them making money. I will give them a try.
Well it put it bluntly, I wouldnt be using their product, even though I am still a subscriber. Their main product, NCEP (blackbox arrows) I think is not worth the time studying. I have spent ample time studying it, and automating it. It is simple not profitable overall. However, some of their other indicators like the End of Trend and the Volume Splitter are invaluable to me.
The methods on this forum are invaluable, and give you an idea on how to trade 'properly', as opposed to 'waiting for an arrow' to plot.
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