I'd agree totally. This site looks like myriad of other marketed "long winded" sites made from a common marketer's mold. These sites are often seen promoting Forex and MT4 indicator or EA products. And if you check the cookies on the site it has one from "forms.aweber.com" . Many many dubious sites that are marketed this way have that cookie.
Well first time I've seen a photo of a Gulfstream that big on this kind of ad. With beds and a living room.
I guess the ad says with dowscalping.com's secret, you can buy that $10 million + plane, lol.
I was surfing the web and came across a dowscalping youtube video which was okay. I watched the whole video because the decisions were based on price action and not indicators. I went to the site and was automatically turned off. I shake my head because it could be so much more. The underlying ideas from what I saw from a few videos looks like it could possibly have potential, but I'll never know because I've never bought a system and never will. I'm frugal when it comes to trading because I'm more interested in the technique regarding price action rather than secret indicators and such.
I was watching these vids today, one thing you have to give them credit for... they didn't steal a futures.io (formerly BMT) indicator and resell it
Not sure what their method is of course. It could be a lifting of the price action trading vids linked here, who knows.
This thread is a few years old, anyone use their methods with positive results? Are they any different than the price action trading taught on futures.io (formerly BMT)? (Not asking anyone to reprint / copy their work just an evaluation of it vs the price action trading taught on links off of futures.io (formerly BMT))
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