While I was on YouTube, I found this interview with a new member of the HFT Alert service. I always forget about it but decided to revisit the website. Shockingly I found the price at $250 a month to be part of the service. Pretty pricey indeedA
I would also be very interested to hear back from people on what they think of this analysis. Also, would you be willing to pay this price point on a monthly basis?
This is a reminder of my one time only question-and-answer roundtable on why my Quant Elite membership will be closing in the next few months. If you have any questions about this live, please be part of my Facebook programming group to see the broadcast. This takes place on Monday at 6 PM Eastern standard time. If you have any questions about this live, please be part of my Facebook programming group to see the broadcast. This takes place on Monday at 6 PM Eastern standard time.
(Don’t forget you need to be pre-approved to join before this event starts LIVE. Also, don’t leave it to the last minute as well)
I have hinted before that this will be quietly closing which means there will be no extensions. You’ll no longer be getting access to any my software source code, video demo walk-throughs, and all the other hidden gems in this.
P.S. Once in a while I like to drop hints. So here is one:
This Interactive Brokers workshop will become a very expensive standalone product which will be recorded with two live sessions.
As you know, I have been running a survey asking for times and pricing you’re willing to pay. Thankfully I’ve come to the conclusion that there are three possible times. I will be posting another detailed Survey to see who would like to attend either of these times.
Chicken Little Trading alerts: US Dollar Collapse and Asian Secret Society Tricks
I love these beloved stories. They are non stop but there are so many suckers who believe this stuff. I will say the Asian Secret Society one is very entertaining and creative!
The European Central Bank’s addition of three listed companies’ notes to a bond-buying program has sparked concerns about how far it may push into the corporate-bond market and the impact this would have on already tight liquidity.
To read the entire article, go to http://bloom.bg/1LM6GuY
As stock markets in China tank, bond investors are sitting pretty.
To read the entire article, go to http://bloom.bg/1C4NfKK
It’s true most trading quick rich scheme crap including million dollar claims is rubbish: Forex robots teaching alerts signals
I have posted quite a few articles both here on the blog and forum, it seems no one around this community has no interest in these time wasters. Does that mean you are all professional traders, researchers, instituional pros, etc?
It makes me think so as the topics are not winners in terms of popular viewing. I guess I shall stop this tripe now.
Sorry to waste every ones time including my own.
PS. I will not mention products, people, and other services who make these claims. Don’t be a fool There is no real quick rich schemes.