I have decided to quit the trading room. This is by no means a reflection on how I feel about Al's course or Price Action Trading in general. Pros The trading room is a good educational resource on how professional ES day traders think, act, or otherwise, observe the market. The price is reasonable for $99/month Al's perspective is a multidimensional view of weekly, monthly, and daily charts while trading 5-minute bar-chart for swing trades. In the room, he hardly ever takes a position home but he has separate accounts for overnight trading. I have re-learned a great deal about technical concepts that I knew before but long forgotten. Cons Al does not give signals directly or indirectly. I found that a little off-putting. After the market is closed there is a question session and someone asked Al where he made his trades that day! The whole idea is to at least recoup the price of the trading room, by some setups, which Al gives but sometimes he himself does not take. After the session, he repeats the day from bar to bar (about 70 bars in a day session). That is boring and I never listen to it. I realized that price action trading cannot and will not predict anything anymore than flipping a coin toss would. Countless times Al says; "after this triangle setup, the market can either break up, or down, or keep trading sideways in a tight trading range. Then occasionally he would say; the chance of a break to the upside is 40-percent while the downside is also 40-percent. Overall it is a good value if that is what you are looking for, but it is not for me. I will save some time and money. I will keep learning Al's style of chart-reading but I will use some simple indicators such as MACD and RSI.