somebody must have complained but who? since futures.io (formerly BMT) members get free indies and free room they are not going to say anything. That leads to the usual suspect, his competitors. I say make them do an equivalent of what Roger did before their complains getting heard.
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for all of us guys and gals who are concerned and perhaps also curious....
perhaps, i got a little too concerned and too curious as well, for i knew roger as a vendor and educator is much better than many many others on board here and else where.
but bev as recently as a few minutes ago appeared not to be cognizant of their being banned status.
we all probably would hear from roger himself soon.
it would be a great tragedy to ban him instead of numerous other more deserving individuals and entities here, is my personal one man opinion as usual.
again, no, i have no biz interest nor any biz relationship with roger, K?
i only know that his trading setups are pretty close to what i use for trading, so his contraption just couldn't be too bad or too destructive for any wannabes, except several thousands up front fees and his unwillingness to go on live for all his students' benefits. cheers everyone.
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Roger and I have a long history regarding his vendor status on futures.io (formerly BMT). These discussions occurred in private. The short version: he felt my vendor policy was not fair and wanted to quit futures.io (formerly BMT) over it, I felt he was not following the rules. Each time we seemed to "work it out".
Then recently I became aware of some new information, which was sent to me privately. I acted on the information and as a result he has been banned.
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I just want to repeat what many have already said - Roger was fair to me and willing to share several of his indicators and techniques. He has had a generous open policy re: the trading room for futures.io (formerly BMT) members. No pressure to join Felton Trading either.
And his indicators are no longer available for download on futures.io (formerly BMT)!
I can't take sides since I don't know all the facts, but it would be good to understand what happened.
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