Lord Anton Kreil

Kaeso

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Not sure what the point of ITPM posting these kind of silly videos is but here's the reason why:
For those that have several thousand to splash on a mentoring holiday with gourmet meals etc... its a bit of marketing. ITPM prefer to target the more affluent of wannabes :)
 

iq200

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For those that have several thousand to splash on a mentoring holiday with gourmet meals etc... its a bit of marketing. ITPM prefer to target the more affluent of wannabes :)
Bloody expensive meals because I haven't ever seen any statistics on success rate after completion of Anton's courses.
 

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Was anyone else at the 'Brexit' seminar last night? I though it was quite good-but even more so because he has started to talk about options instead of the muppetry of other trading tools. No bias here,obviously!
 

iq200

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I have got to admit the case of Anton is a bizzarre one. If I recall correctly he has golman sachs, lehman and jp morgan on his CV. It really is strange to pitch to newbies in this way. What I have learnt from some of my aquaintances who are instituional traders is that the information and tools they have at their disposal give them a considerable edge that cannot be used outside of the bank. Lets say they trade a commodity spread and have access to specific relevant flow order info, zero transaction costs you can see how they have a big edge. Also a risk manager who will remove emotion when you are unable to. I guess remove these tools and a former bank trader may struggle on the outside dunno its just bizarre like I said.
It's well known that the majority of bankers and fund managers after leaving their jobs can't trade to save their life.
As you say it's the advantages of being in a bank and having the bank's tools at their disposal that gives them the edge.
 

iq200

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Was anyone else at the 'Brexit' seminar last night? I though it was quite good-but even more so because he has started to talk about options instead of the muppetry of other trading tools. No bias here,obviously!
He has an options course. It's just another set of interested traders he can hook. The obvious advantage is leverage and fixed risk (assuming you buy).