$500 to $5,000 per day DayTrading

DionysusToast

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Geez.. there's alot of speculation on this board. I followed HC and his dashboard when he was posting on ET, there was alot of interest and intrigue and also alot of warnings.

On Sunny and his methods.. I have spoken face to face with students who claim to have doubled their accounts, watched him trade live and make an average of 5K a day at his home, saw him last year at the moneyshow and at a school where he teaches his methods. The verdict is still out.
What do you mean by "he MADE 5k"?

If I go long a bunch of stocks, short them too, then take profits on the winners and leave the losers because they'll come back - that's not really winning anything.
 
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He scalped them back and forth throughout the day and took some profits on previous losers that now became winners and did the same with some options. Whether the other side is geting killed or whether he has a convuluded risk management approach I just don't know.
 
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You've got all the facts. Use them or ignore them, but you can't say you didn't have enough information to make an informed decision.
I disagree with you, Jini has all the reasons in the world to hesitate.

Speaking to students who claim that have seen them trade live and claim he was consistently making $5K daily and claim they have doubled their accounts - those are hardly facts. Unless we suddenly decided to believe everything that anyone says :party:
 

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He scalped them back and forth throughout the day and took some profits on previous losers that now became winners and did the same with some options. Whether the other side is geting killed or whether he has a convuluded risk management approach I just don't know.
Sounds to me like he's simply found a method that works for him. You'll have a hard time replicating it.

That is, if he's not another shill.
 
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Thanks adrian. I will add another point.

There is the chance that he got lucky in the years he traded Kinross. If you look at it's chart dating back a few years it did stay fairly rangebound which is what I gather one would need to have losing trades come back as winners, so if his methods (whatever they may be) do work then this stock would've been the perfect one to do it on. I can only imagine if it shot off in one direction or there was a buyout etc... then things may have ended very abruptly.
 
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I disagree with you, Jini has all the reasons in the world to hesitate.

Speaking to students who claim that have seen them trade live and claim he was consistently making $5K daily and claim they have doubled their accounts - those are hardly facts. Unless we suddenly decided to believe everything that anyone says :party:
You misunderstand me. Jini needs to run a mile from this, for obvious reasons. That's what I mean when I say that the facts are clear.

There is no doubt about it. 15 grand is about to go down the crapper.
 
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Thanks adrian. I will add another point.

There is the chance that he got lucky in the years he traded Kinross. If you look at it's chart dating back a few years it did stay fairly rangebound which is what I gather one would need to have losing trades come back as winners, so if his methods (whatever they may be) do work then this stock would've been the perfect one to do it on. I can only imagine if it shot off in one direction or there was a buyout etc... then things may have ended very abruptly.
Have you asked him why he's selling training when he's making (at a minimum, according to your claims) a million dollars a year?
 
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Relax. It's just a discussion and let's be clear I'm not claiming anything. I'm a participant on this forum just like everyone else, all i'm doing is presenting information I have gathered and hold no opinion whatsoever on his proposed methods.

He's phone number and contact details are visible on his site for all to see, so you can always call him yourself.
 
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Relax. It's just a discussion and let's be clear I'm not claiming anything. I'm a participant on this forum just like everyone else, all i'm doing is presenting information I have gathered and hold no opinion whatsoever on his proposed methods.

He's phone number and contact details are visible on his site for all to see, so you can always call him yourself.
This isn't a matter of opinion, as you'll discover if you decide to set light to 15 g-sheets.

I take it then that you haven't asked him why he sells training when he (allegedly) makes in excess of a million dollars a year from trading?
 
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That's a valid question and I'm sure you'll get an answer if you ask him. I'm more interested in hearing from any students about their experiences, whether they be negative or positive.
 
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That's a valid question and I'm sure you'll get an answer if you ask him. I'm more interested in hearing from any students about their experiences, whether they be negative or positive.
Oh, I'm sure I'll get an answer :LOL:.

But you shouldn't be more interested in his students at this stage. Can you really not see how crucial the question is?

But if you want to hear from his students, I'm sure some are available. I'm sure some of his "students" can tell you about all the "money" they are "making" "using" "his" "methods". :LOL:
 
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OK then.. your right it's a scam. This doesn't seem to be too productive. I thought we might be able to have a interesting discussion about what his possible methods could be and for educational purposes dissect some strategies instead of taking the obvious route of flamming, that would be too easy. I guess there's no room here for anything else.

all the best.
 
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You misunderstand me. Jini needs to run a mile from this, for obvious reasons. That's what I mean when I say that the facts are clear.

There is no doubt about it. 15 grand is about to go down the crapper.
Not sure who misunderstands whom :) My point is that Jini doesn't have facts yet, so she cannot judge them either way, good or bad.

There could be a counterpoint to not believing him. What if the guy is brilliant and has really found a system that gives you a high probability of winning. Not bulletproof, as none exist.

For me personally, the toughest argument against his system is the "big" question that was already raised here: "why teach others when he can quietly make his own millions and enjoy life". Why waste time speaking to people on the phone and coaching them, when he can travel around the world and spend money knowing that more is coming?

IF he had a valid reason to do it (e.g. some people seek celebrity status), I would understand why he would want to get paid in advance and why he is not cheap.

Without facts on the table, I would not spend that kind of money. But "seeing is believing", so if anyone can help ...