I bought all there CD tutorials. They give you a good grounding. The guerilla method is Vgood. Also, one of my friends spent a couple of months out in LA being trained by them. He seems to enjoy it. I will try and get him to speak of his experiences.
I enjoyed them. They went alot into tactics were as alot of the TA books you find are very technical and do not go into how you can use TA to turn a profit. I idea of counting candles is a very simple idea that works.
I suppose the CDs are good for me because I find visual audio studying easier to ingest. Do not buy the Options or Level 2 course. Not much there.
Pristine have trading strategies for the use with various linear time scales. These go from an investing time scale to a more micro scalping stratetgy.
The core of their strategy is.
1. Candle stick analysis. They love hammers at bottoms and hanging man at tops but they call them top and tails.
2. They look for swing highs and lows and have a technique of counting candles. ie, in a down trend, after a 3 to 5 bar rally, be prepared to short.
3. The use layered SMAs and look to enter the trade when the price is at the SMA and when the SMA is showing direction and is not flat. They prefer to actual hit the button when the price is in between the two SMAs. They call this trading in the zone.
I see that pristine are doing a free, then paid 2 days seminar in London (usually on do the US) at the end of March. Has anyone been on or heard anything about if these are worth the money. Their site etc is pretty professional but at $1695 for 2 days i would like to know if it is worthwhile before booking.
I've seen their (Pristine) CD product range advertised on this site- I know you mentioned that you only read the book - can i ask what you thought of it? and/or if you have seen the CD's how did you rate the material.
I have the CDs and they appear to have the same content as the videos. There is certainly some duplication of content in the introductions as they all spend time outlining the various trading systems before focusing on the specific style relating to the CD title. I also have the book and IMO it covers the various styles in a more condensed (and useful?) format.
Sorry awoodji, mis- read the date of your post - it was Jan 2004- apologies.Still, any further thoghts on Pristine ,i think it looks useful if pricey.Perhaps a fer sessions with Naz might be a better investment?