How Long is the Trading
There are 20 parts to the
course totalling 482 A4 pages. The digital download size of the course is
You can buy the course in one payment or by
weekly subscription x 20 weeks.
How is the Course Sent?
The course is sent by email
with the course document attached in Microsoft Word format, which a majority of users have
on their computer systems. If you do not, you can view Word documents in a variety of
ways, such as through an Internet browser like Microsoft Internet Explorer
or with free software such as OpenOffice.org. You can read
the course on your computer screen or print it out if you would like a hard copy.
How can I pay?
We use an independent
payment provider, PayPal, who take payments from your PayPal account or your credit card in a secure
online environment. Only PayPal gets to view your card details if you us
this option, and you are covered by PayPal's buyer protection scheme.
You can either pay for the entire course in
one go, or subscribe to weekly installments by subscription.
How much does the course cost?
Just one trading idea from this course could save or make
you thousands of dollars. But the course is competitively priced at only
£19.99 per month for a total cost of £399.80. Should you decide the course
is not for you, then you can cancel further parts and payments will cease
If you really want the entire course in one
go, then you can choose the option of Buy It Now.
One good futures trade could easily pay for that ten times
over. And the techniques and experience revealed will last you a lifetime.
Will the system work on all
Although designed for trading futures
markets, the methods shown in my course will work on any widely traded market including:
Stock market indices like the Dow Jones,
FTSE, S&P 500, E-Mini, Nasdaq;
Commodities like Oats, Corn, Wheat,
Soybeans, Pork Bellies, Hogs, Cattle, Crude Oil, Gas, Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium,
Copper, Lumber, Cotton, Cocoa, Coffee, Orange Juice, Sugar;
Currencies such as the US Dollar, British
Pound, Japanese Yen, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Swiss Franc;
Even Stocks and Shares like Microsoft,
AOL, and IBM.
Will the method work on any timeframe?
The techniques work in all time-frames such
as one-minute intraday charts, 5-minute, 15-minute, 30-minute, hourly charts, daily
charts, or long-term weekly, monthly, or yearly charts. (Why it works is revealed
in the course!)
Whether you wish to follow the markets in
real time (day trading), or take a longer-term approach and glance at a daily chart once a
day, or a weekly chart once a week, the techniques I reveal in this course should work for
How long do I need to spend each day using
All the trading techniques shown in this
course are chart based. It only takes a few seconds to realise a new trading signal has
been triggered on a chart, which allows you to scan dozens of markets each day in a
minutes. It is usually obvious that a market is trading up, down, or sideways... if you
know what to look for.
Do I need charting software?
You will need to look at market charts, but
all my ideas can be used on free online charts. Java charts allow you to
draw trendlines, etc. The only problem with an online service is that you will need to redraw trendlines, rewrite chart labelling, and reload each chart every time you log on. Also, if
you are following intraday charts, the data will be delayed by up to 30 minutes.
Therefore, it is not essential that you
purchase any trading software to learn my techniques. However, I would recommend that you
do invest in charting software at some point, because it will save you a lot of time in
the long run. You can download end-of-day data to plot hundreds of charts within 2
minutes. And all your trendlines, labellings, notations, etc. will be saved on each chart
and still be in place every time you load them on your software.
End-of-day futures charting data is available from
CRBTrader.com for around £15 per month. Software is available from around
£50 (try eBay) to £600/year depending on what level of indicators and add-on
services you require. (Try downloading from TradeStation.com.)
You can paper trade my methods for as long
as it takes you to become comfortable with my techniques, and then eventually speculate
with real money on the markets.
If your trading ideas are
so good, why do you need to sell them?
There are many reasons why I
am selling this course. For example: The money made from selling the course provides a
stream of extra income that takes the "have to win" pressure off only
trading for a living. It also reimburses some of the large amount of money, time and
effort I have put into trading and writing down my ideas in the course.
Then there is the fact that
trading, i.e. sitting at home watching your computer screen, is a lonely, isolating
profession. I enjoy hearing from other traders and helping them to trade successfully.
Thirdly, it takes personal
discipline to follow the rules and to trade profitably - a job made more stressful if it
is one's only source of income. The money made from selling my course and trading systems
allows me to trade when I want to, rather than when I have to.
Why Is the Course So Cheap?
Many other futures trading courses sell for £400, £1000,
£2000 or more. In fact, this very course sold for $2000 as a 20 part
subscription when it was first published and over 90% of purchasers were
delighted with their purchase. (The few others did not complete the entire
Eight years on, the internet has evolved and
there are more trading courses and information available. I still believe my
course is the best out there and I still use the very techniques to trade
the markets. But I want to market the
course competitively and ensure customers feel they are getting great value,
so I am now making it available for less than £200 total cost.