I took workshop 3 last week. I was the only one in the workshop so it was like a private session in a way because I was the only one asking questions. Because I was the only one taking it, the scheduling was more flexible so instead of covering the whole workshop in one day and going for 5-6 hours it was done over a 2-day period.
I took workshop 3 and not workshops 1 and 2 because I am not new to trading and auction theory. I am also aware of the psychological traps of trading and the necessary habits (which is workshop 2). I wanted to get into how to find the opportunities in the market.
On Day 1 he covered opening types, day types, how to use profile on multiple timeframes, also using things such as ATR, average initial balance, how to figure out size of expected move based on average initial balance and ATR, using TPO profile and volume profile and examples of trades based on these concepts.
Day 2 went more into more daytrade ideas and also swing trade ideas, sizing a trade, trade management and where to trigger into a trade for better risk to reward, also things a trader should look at regarding statistics for his own trading ie. avg win %, average win size and average loss size.
There was Q&A time for each day of the workshop.
I was very happy with the workshop and compared to other profile courses I have taken, I found good value in it. What I loved about it is that he gave me things I can apply to my trading quickly. It was very practical. I just have to make a checklist for what I was shown. I was also given homework so really I should do that first.
I am being offered continuous support so any questions I have regarding what I was taught will be answered and he even offered to do an additional Goto meeting session if I had a number of things I needed help with.
I would say that if you really wanted to understand profile on a deeper level, I would go with Dalton and these guys are a great complement because they keep it simple (no fancy terminology and do not kill you with detail) and practical.
Last edited by NGtrader; March 25th, 2017 at 11:06 AM.
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