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Old 04-08-2012, 09:10 AM   #9

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Re: Jim Dalton's "Field of Vision"

The best educators are most often not the best traders. That's one thing most people in the trading community struggle to get their heads around. How many times have I heard "yeah well buddy, if you know so much how come you are not trading for yourself and making millions!!!". Typical retail trader mentality. I personally believe the two are very different skills.

Anyway, sorry you didn't get anything from it. I do agree with you that education has it's limits though. I have paid for very few & very selective pieces of eduction in the past - but you have to be darn sure what you are getting suits your style of trading, and does have some basis or narrative that you believe.

Anyway, case closed. End of thread.

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