Questions are a problem if they are about the TTZ methods. I know as I have been told off by Greg for asking a simple question about one of their setups in the room and I have seem him really go off at others.
Maybe that's changed now, but that's how it was when I was there. There are people demoing the room, and he dosn't want to give away the method to those users.
That was my main gripe with them along with the lack of trading history.
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I am not in the room regularly, but I will say that Greg prefers to answer direct questions in his training classes. It is there that he excels. I have bought a lot of courses but TTZ after trading classes were very good for a new trader. You have to remember these people make part of their living training. Would you give away everything during a demo? I agree with you however that always being in demo mode is annoying after you after learned how to trade. TTZ did help me to trade where others failed. I can say nothing bad about them.
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