Futures Trading Secrets CD (+- 2points/day on Emini)

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Svensa, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. Svensa


    Dear fellow traders,

    I would like to sell my Futures Trading Secrets course, written by Bill McCready and purchased on this web site: http://www.futurestradingsecrets.com

    It is a divergence trading method that I have been using for 2.5 years now on the emini S&P, but it also works fine on NQ and certainly the Russell :) However, as long as there is enough volatility and nice volume, you can apply this method to every market, including stocks but not tested this last named to be honest.

    Perhaps it is better to go immediately to the web site mentioned above to know more about this course and what it contains.

    In case you have further questions, please don't hesitate to send me a private message.

    Looking forward to hear more,

  2. Caveat Emptor:

    You should have listened more attentively to the vapor played at that website. You would have found out that it ain't worth a thing.

  3. How did you come up with exactly $847 for the cost of your methods? Why not $799 or $1000? Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't buy it for 84 cents, but just curious.
  4. Svensa


    I was already thinking that Nononsense would post criticism when I received an email from Elitetrader that someone had post something to my thread :) I don't think you have ever used it, so how can you form an opinion about it then?

    Also note that I am not selling the course for $847 or so.... why do you think that actually???

    Thank you!!

  5. No criticism at all! Simply trying to help constructively by giving some hardnosed opinion!
  6. I find it rather entertaining that trading "secrets" are regularly sold en masse over the internet. Let us take a moment to savor the irony and appreciate the imaginative sense of humor.

    Equally amusing is the notion that previous purchasers of such closely guarded secrets are regularly turning around and looking to sell these priceless pearls at deep discount. No doubt, it is an effort on their part to "give something back" (at a price).

    Regardless, you have to admire these previous purchasers' efforts to minimize their losses. Lesson learned.
  7. :D LOL - my thoughts exactly TD.