this is my first post in this site, and i hope you could help me, i am trading Emini YM and am looking to study more about it through patterntrapper.com , BOB hunt who is the main mentor, will teach a course for about 2,000 $ including multiple screen setup, i was wondering if anyone know him or have tries his service.
I don't know about this company, but if he is willing to mentor for two grands, then at least you should ask him proof that he is able to trade his methods profitably i.e. provide broker statements for last few years or so.
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I once considered a strategy I developed so good, that I thought I would share it with people. Some people I shared the idea with thought it was stupid of course, but others wanted to know more. Ultimately I failed as a teacher, but I did consider selling the idea at one point.
In hindsight I'm glad I didn't do it because no matter matter the stats I had, I couldn't prove anything, anything can be faked, even a balance sheet.
The only real test is to either try someone's else's thing, or do it your way. If your way is working, keep doing it, if it's not, it's not unreasonable to try someone else's thing. Heck, how many people hunt for Big Mike posts just to gleam some great insight?
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