2019 is coming to an end and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for this year. No doubt of all trading educations that I have purchased/subscribed to, this is the most difficult one I have encountered. The reason is because most people pick up one clue in the market and then make a system of it, and that's it. Nothing changes. While I feel that here we learn to be a detective. I feel like you are Sherlock Holms and we get to walk along side you and learn to be a detective, how to pick up each clue and put all of them together to understand the story of the crime scene/market. Of course that takes more time but I prefer to be like a detective and put all the pieces to together. That way I would have the knowledge for the future and know how to solve the puzzle of the market even when it changes.
And I like that you sometimes mention that you are still learning. Some educators found a way to trade and then they stop learning. I think I joined in March and since I joined this school I have stopped trading live and I still haven't traded live yet. As I see it, at this this point if I take the trades that you provide, I can make a little money here and there but it's pointless for me because it will not make any difference for me financially but it will distract my focus of learning and that will distract me from getting to my goal. There are so many things for me to learn before I should try and take live trades. When I watch videos I take notes like crazy, that's why it takes very long time for me to go through each video.
I'm so grateful to be able to have this opportunity to learn from you and I hope to learn from you for many years to come. Looking forward to continue improving my skills in 2020.
I wish you and your family a Happy New Year and take care Kevin.
I really appreciate your feedback and I can sense you know exactly what you need to do to acquire those lifelong trading skills that will make you successful when you start your trading. Nothing gives me more satisfaction then working alongside others who have their goals aligned with mine. Their priorities are set straight and their focus is unwavering.
Learning to be an intelligent chart analyst is hard work, no doubt, but if you want to be good at anything as you know, it requires hard work. No one goes to Harvard because it’s easy, they go because they know the level of education is such that they will acquire skills and knowledge they will not find anywhere else. The effort if worth it, you can see the result of what we are doing and we are only starting this journey.
Keep up the great work my friend, as I see great things coming your way!