I initially had my doubts about Sandys Fibs.
It took me about 3-4 months before I finally got round to accepting their worth.
This could be because I had already learnt other ideas, such as Rivallands Swing-Trading, TA etc, and was always trying to understand them in terms of TA.
I think if you are new, you are more likley to accept Fibs with minimal problems. If you know about other methods, you ( as I did ), have problems adjusting to accepting Fibs.
I still use Fibs, as the trades last for days etc. I still like swing-trading.
I wont be posting live Fib trades - sorry.
The risk-to-reward is such that the course should comfortably pay for itself in a matter of months. It is an EOD method. Ideal for people who have conventional jobs.
I recommend Sandys course.
I dont get commission. I am not a newbie with an "angle". Just my opinion.
Take it or leave it.
Now, where did I put my new-fangled Area-51 indicator ?.......
If you are a beginner, with minimal knowledge and experience, this is as good a place to start as any other. In that context, I would recommend it. Bear in mind it was a while ago I attended, and the nature of the course may have changed in that time.
It will teach you a methodology. A set of rules of entry, stop-loss, exit.
If you are an intermediate trader, then you probably would find it interesting, but not base a trade-plan around it. There are other more dynamic methods of determining entry, stop-loss and exit.
I was interested in Fibs, ( and Gann and Astrology and Delta ) , when I was going through my mystical "secrets of the universe" phase.