You can easily find out by doing research on futures.io (formerly BMT). He is also banned here.
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Have sat in on 2 free trials of Rev's room. He does show his DOM and calls out his trades in advance. He also posts accurate win/loss records each day (they were accurate for the 5 days I was in the room). Is he trading live or sim? Not sure.
to be fair, you will have to take the Dr's suggestions into account, as it seems that anyone that is a "vendor" that does not post with a narrow definition here gets banned, I have been accused of being in the vendor class because my cousin and I work together developing for NinjaTrader altho we do not sell anything. I have also witnessed other developers using the forum to further they own work and they do not share the spoils of the community advancing their private work, so just because he is banned here means little to me, Dr Handly as I understand it has spent time in every trade room in the us and has is being sued by Rev's former Trading room. In which Rev thinks the guy is a tool.
So the question is who is a better source of rating a trading room, Dr Handly or the fact that he is banned here?
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I can't believe I am about wade into this minefield but I think so reasonable pushback against the dogpiling mihjt help. I am no apologist for Dean. Whatever he has done to piss people off here and elsewhere is on him. Yes, he comes off like a clumsy vendor and it hurts his credibility.
Emmett Moore @ TradingSchools.org reviewed Rev and explicitly stated he wanted nothing more than to discredit Trading With Rev. But instead, to his credit and surprise, he found Rev to be a credible and honest trading vendor. That doesn't mean anyone should join Rev or pay him to learn to trade.
In response Rev and Dean have absolutely vilified and tried their best to point out Emmett's criminal past. Something that Emmett freely admits, up front and in detail on his site.
So is Dean a complete fraud or is the truth more complicated than people would like? Maybe he is both legitimately reviewing trading vendors and trying to make a clumsy internet marketing buck on the side.
Emmett does an excellent job exposing fraudulent trading vendors. Rev doesnt even come close to the hucksters he finds regularly. So Dean is telling the truth sometimes. His work is not _all_ biased as far as I can tell. Blame him for the things he has actually done.
Conflating his research on trading vendors with his attempts to make money by setting up a trading titans marketing group is not going to help anyone be a better trader. Does it look dodgy? Yep. Are all Dean's titan credible? I have no idea...I doubt it.
But the truth is more complicated than just piling on the hate wagon.