Vince stanzione

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Old Nov 25, 2002, 2:55am   #1
 
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Vince stanzione

Has anyone heard of vince stanzione @ www.spread-trader.co.uk
or bought his wookbook on 'Making money from financial spread trading' & 'how to stop existing & start living for £277.00 I would love to hear from any one who has bought his wookbook.
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Old Nov 25, 2002, 10:34am   #2
 
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Have a look at this thread http://www.trade2win.co.uk/boards/sh...ince+stanzione

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Old Dec 31, 2002, 3:15pm   #3
 
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I too am a novice and have bought the FTS course, The Champion Trader and the Basic Vince Stanzione course. Yes, the information is available for free on the internet but if you are new to the subject none of it will make sense unless the information is presented in a basic format starting with the easier to grasp concepts first. Lets face it none of us started reading lessons by reading "War and Peace".
All courses listed are reasonably affordable £99- £475.
All offer more courses or software. surprise surprise.
Each course has a different method and uses different indicators.
All courses mentioned are very interesting, educational and unfortunatly that comes at a price. None are the Holy Grail (if it exists?). Two of the courses offer specific entry and exit points. So at least you can get started trading, keep your stake low and get some experience.
Like every other trader you will buy a stack load of books, go on a few courses and make lots of mistakes and hopefully some money.
By the way, I have placed 3 low stake but profitable trades using none of the information contained in the courses.
if I can be of further assistance please shout.

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Old Jan 4, 2003, 5:53am   #4
 
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Does Vince offer an exact entry and exit strategy?
Is it worth the price?

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Old Jan 4, 2003, 10:36am   #6
 
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More accurately....

Yes, he does offer an exact entry and exit strategy, and

(as Riddler says)

No, it isn't worth the price.


Try www.tradingspreads.com (under Techniques)

Methods two and three. Would love to tell you more but don't want to get sued.

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Old Mar 25, 2008, 4:42pm   #7
 
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Hi
How do I go about starting then
What is a good page? and does anyone have a useful system for a beginner
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Old Mar 25, 2008, 5:27pm   #8
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How do I go about starting then
What is a good page? and does anyone have a useful system for a beginner
Frankly I owuld steer clear of any spreadbetting system. I've not come across a single one which will make money. A good starting point would be spending about £20 at Amazon on TEchnical Analysis for Dummies or Jack Schwager's 'Getting Started in Technical Analysis'. Even if you don't use TA, it's good to start understanding how professionals pick trades. The most important thing is to make your own decisions. Open a demo account with CS or another broker, and learn on the job would be my advice.
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Frankly I owuld steer clear of any spreadbetting system. I've not come across a single one which will make money. A good starting point would be spending about £20 at Amazon on TEchnical Analysis for Dummies or Jack Schwager's 'Getting Started in Technical Analysis'. Even if you don't use TA, it's good to start understanding how professionals pick trades. The most important thing is to make your own decisions. Open a demo account with CS or another broker, and learn on the job would be my advice.
demo account with CS
?CS who are they?
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Old Mar 25, 2008, 5:55pm   #10
 
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Capital Spreads. Tradindex is another. Your best bet is to learn to trade "properly". I started off trying all manner of "systems". Some were good; some gave me nice profits... I thought, "Ha! I don't need to learn to trade and read charts!" but they were not consistent. All it takes is a change in environment and a once-profitable system falls on its face taking anyone who is too slow to realise it is failing with it. I gave all my winnings back.
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