The course was 999. or 1699. w/4-day seminar. I went with the course at 999. At anytime I choose, I can pay 700 more and get the 4day seminar. Once you purchase the 4day seminar for the extra 700 you may reattend all the future 4day seminars you choose for that 1 time 700 payment. If you choose to pay 1699 upfront you will have access to lifetime course & seminars. (Well, at least as long as they remain in business, I suppose).
The course includes 3months trade/chatroom after which you can pay a 100.00 a month for that if you choose. I have not been able to take advantage of that as of yet due to my day job, but you could record it if you wanted to review it later. There are two classes on wen.-thurs. with Melanie Son who is a trader and the tues. night webinar which is geared more towards recruiting (selling course to new students). There is in my opinion a wealth of knowledge offered up in the form of downloads, videos, tests, and much useful technical education, which is also of course available here on futures.io (formerly BMT) for 50.00.
So, for me this was the way to go, just in the time saving dept. of figuring out what info is important and what info. is a waste of my time at this point. Once I get a basic futures trading education I feel I will be set to move on to more advanced info. Hope this helps you and is not too confusing.
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Risking 8 ticks to make 4 ticks is a tried and true vendor tactic that enables them to achieve a theoretical 80% or better win percentage. In the business it seems new traders need that 80% security blanket or they won't consider buying the trading system.
So if someone honest comes in and says: best case your gonna make 60% win percentage with our system, it's gonna be crickets chirping in an empty room when the laughing ends.
Anyways, if you want to have some real fun, ask for the record of their trades for the last two years. You know just to prove to yourself the system actually did win 80% of the time.
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