What you appear to get from GTR is an off the shelf trading plan/system with education, support and access to a trade room where trades are shared/called including via Skype from other members. It appears to work. It uses volume and market profile footprint. I havnt seen TPO used. It seems that Gomi is covering the GTR IT support via Skype. Many people spend more than $10k one way or the other to learn to trade! It would be interesting to know how much traders at futures.io (formerly BMT) invested/lost in their own learning curve. Maybe a survey could be done if its not been done already. The rookie retail trader needs to find an edge. Could this be it?
Last edited by Eclipse247; June 16th, 2015 at 01:31 PM.
I tested out that room this morning. I had never heard of it before.
What a DISASTER, the guy ripped up cash on every trade. To make matters worse, he made some comment about todays loss wiped out his monthy gains. He has no money management skills. It has to be one of the worst rooms I have ever seen.
I feel sorry for the sucker at the end who tried to sell the service. He even went on to say that the main guy (who ripped up all the cash) was one of the best traders in the WORLD.
On the positive side it was entertaining.
PS- Sorry this was posted originally in wrong thread.
You been there for the first time .... i been there maybe 10 times on tusdays and a few time on thursdays ... untill today i never saw the team loosing ... .... in my opinion you should visit them for at least 3-4 times before making a statment like you did ...
You can research Handley here on futures.io (formerly BMT). He was banned for his behavior and practices.
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There seem to be different views on this room, by some accounts it is one of the best out there, others who have been in the trials see things that don't give confidence. Are there any who have been members for a while that can give an unbiased review?