Hello, has anyone subscribed to John Slazas JS Services Dashboard? The service looks good, especially when combining bookmap with the market structure levels. The subscription is quite expensive and I can't find any reviews online, so any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you.
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i look for days and could not find any thing at all. at the price point they charge it may be only used by high end prop firms and banks...like Bloomberg. i have seen all there veto on you tube. i sure it would be helpful but i think it would take 6 months of work to unlock the advantage of the software. for us small traders we only trade one market for the most of us. the software is like the TAS scanner on Bloomberg in the fact you can scan a lot of markets to trade only the best of trading conditions. you must have software like that to give you the market state, sentiment , key levels, any news coming out... and a quick trading plan on what to expect and what would a brake of that plan would look like...where entry stops and targets should go. that is one reason we blow out after a good day or week...when the wright conditions are there we trade well when they change we blow up. we do not have the know how to trade just the trending stuff
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Thank you for your reply forgiven. I will give the product a 2 week trial and see if it is for me or not. I really like how the product maps out the markets in a logical manner, so I'm looking forward to the trial to see how I get on. Once the markets start picking up in a few weeks I will start the trial and give an update with my feedback. I will be using this with bookmap, so my review will be based on entering positions using the JS Services levels confirmed by order flow (the levels are also available on Jigsaws DOM and heatmap, which is similar to bookmap). My personal preference is to use bookmap, but I do also like to use the superior Jigsaw DOM in addition to bookmap on thicker markets like the ES.
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i have a felling JS is very good. agree on bookmap too,, reading the order book for me works better on bonds,,the ES trades funny ..i do not know why but it does. it could be algos or two much volume. the bonds are slower so you have more time to do it. they do not seem to leak through levels by a few ticks like the ES.