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I don´t have any experience of trading rooms since I kind of allergic paying for this kind of service. I try to look within myself instead. But during my MP journey I´ve encountered some rooms that seem interesting.
Many talk about Tom Alexanders room. He kind of does a combo of MP and breadth/tick.
Another popular pure MP room is the JPJ room. I´ve seen some of this guys setups and he is really just using MP. Some even describe him as a kamikaze style trader, since he will put his orders in if there is a setup even if it seems the market is unstoppable. But then again he averages some, with a technique he calls the McGuyver where he double up at some levels, or actually triples up since he enters 2 more units if his first is in trouble.
But there are also 2 less expensive rooms that I would rather try than the 2 above.
Balance trader has a really interesting concept but he is not pure MP. He does his levels splitting and merging the profiles and then uses another trade system to trade those levels.
Profiletraders is pure MP. And the guy Reza puts his DOM so you can see it. If you check out his site you can see his winning losing stats that are updated every day. This one is actually the only trading room I´ve ever considered trying out.
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You might check out Huddy over at Channel-Trading... uses market profile and channels.. pretty conservative and highly focused on risk management. As I recall... his trading room is only $50 per month. I did not attend there but have met traders who have and they said they really liked it.
I am somewhat familiar with the latter two that fiki mentioned above and both are considered decent, though from what little I have heard, I too would probably lean more toward Reza, if Huddy is not a match for you.
I tried Alexander Trading, and overall, I give them a thumbs up. What I disagree with is trading correlated markets because on good days you have a lot of winners and vice versa. I saw Harris have some big wins and a few big drawdowns. I am also not sure if I like the way the draw profiles requires you use market delta for most part, but hey for $5 its a great deal. I recently trialed IOAMT and Bill has done a better job than even Trevor himself at explaining Market Delta. He actually does as much MD or more than MP. Frank at BalanceTrader is a good value but not nearly as much teaching going on in the room and its low tech Ensign chat.
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