Depends what you want to learn? In my opinion if you want to trade on TA and learn about MACD, Stochastics, RSI, etc. No I haven't found one! Here's my opinion about TA and why so many educators use it:Can you recommend a good trading education site for futures trading? or Someone with proven strategies? Thanks.
I have another idea. PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION. You only GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. I am now well on the way to trading professionally, and I only got traction when I started paying for the best stuff I could find, inc Rockwell.Golden rule when you are starting trading:
NEVER PAY FOR ANYTHING
All the basics are available for free online or from just speaking to people in the industry. Its only when you have a full grasp of the basics and want to learn something new that you may need to spend some money. But that will only be a few quid on some good trading books.
Never ever pay for any crappy courses.
It's a shame to see that Rockwell Trading succeeds in making new victims occasionally. But thanks to our combined efforts they will run out of business sooner or later:clap:.I have another idea. PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION. You only GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. I am now well on the way to trading professionally, and I only got traction when I started paying for the best stuff I could find, inc Rockwell.
Hmmm... A quick look at the results section of this site and nothing updated since Jan 2011
I don't have any problem daytrding. In fact I prefer it, because it limits my risk exposure due to me just not being in the markets while I sleep at night.You gotta be kidding me! that shopperapproved website is members only and RWT could have taken out a whole truckload of "members." I think the give-away is the fact that it is full of 5 star ratings but you have to be a member to provide that rating. Nobody in the real world pays to write up a rating on a product they have purchased!! You are really naive to think the readers are that naive.
For goodness sake, not even God gets 5 stars from everyone. You should have read the advice given on that same website ...........
"#1 - Shoppers Expect Variance
When customers are looking to buy something, they actually expect to see some variance in the ratings. If all the ratings are perfect, then they become suspicious, and question the legitimacy of the ratings.
In reality, the occasional negative review adds value by establishing authenticity with the buyer. It also helps new customers affirm that other customers have examined and resolved any concerns before making a decision."
This "Ratings" website is so phoney, I can smell the Bull sh1te from here.
So, if you have a PR manager there at RWT, he aint doing his job that well. However, given the true results of the "Live" Trading room that is no surprise at all as the PR is as bad as the results therein.
Face up to it, you probably had a good run in the past but the game has now changed and your systems, amongst hundreds of others, just don't do it anymore. They fail far too often to make an overall profit. And well you know it.
Day Trading has been overwhelmed by the big boys and their expensive, automated trading software.
Unless you are able to manipulate the electronic trading market with huge plays, you are just another dumbass sucker. I know, I've been there, lost to them and dropped Day Trading like a white hot rock. Therefore, it is wicked and devious of you to now to lure in more dumbass suckers with flashy Videos and phoney presentations and I am with Stirf because you are refusing to speak the truth.
Even about those fraudulent "LIve" Trades.
So,just why doesn't the Expert Trader actually place any "LIVE" Orders in YOUR LIVE TRADING ROOM?
Is it because he knows the RWT Strategies don't work? That certainly is the conclusion that I make.
The sorry truth of the matter is that anyone who has to resort to selling training courses for a living has failed in their own attempts to make money in the way they then prescribe and try to sell.I am looking for a comprehensive DVD course in Day Trading and I have come across Rockwell Trading.
Does any have any experience of the Home Study Course?
There was a similar post to this (on this forum) back in 2007 but nothing more recently.
The course seems to be genuine and the few reviews I have found seem to be positive - it is not the usual hard sell guff.
Many thanks in advance.