It would only be unfair if you had got the information from TS or someone who has been entrusted with the information from them. Otherwise all is fair in my view.
Have you asked the people from Trendsignal? If they consent it seems to me there can be no difficulty. If they don't consent then I have no idea what the position may be. I doubt fairness has much to do with it - you possibly should consider the legalities.Does anyone think I should remove my description/interpretation of the trendsignal graphs on the basis that it's unfair on the trendsignal guys ?
Hi Porks,Porks said:Hi,
Does anyone think I should remove my description/interpretation of the trendsignal graphs on the basis that it's unfair on the trendsignal guys ?
Limiting copies is far from bizzare.andrewmooton said:does anyone think they are only going to sell 200 odd copies or its just a ruse to make ppl think they've got to get in there quick.
limiting the numbers of copies sold just seems bizzare to me.
JonnyT said:Limiting copies is far from bizzare.
You do get to a point when everyone is doing the same thing then others will trade sucessfully against it.
However it's also a great marketing ploy.
They are bloody good traders trading very large size then if they can make more than £500K in a few months trading.watsone21 said:i visited their offices a couple of weeks ago for a demonstration&i bought the intra day version,i think the reason that they are limiting the number sold is because they are continually fielding enquiries re the software which is interfering with their own trading which they claim they make more money at than selling the software