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Chris Paciello

Emini Tutor Reviews

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Hello,

 

I ran across EminiTutor.com and have been considering taking the course offered. I wanted to see if anyone here has taken this course? It's pricey but if its as good as it seems, then its definitely worth it.

 

Was hoping I can find some guys on here that can give me first hand feedback on it? It seems legit and has been around for several years. Watching Horst trade is pretty amazing how he does it.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks

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Hello,

 

I ran across EminiTutor.com and have been considering taking the course offered. I wanted to see if anyone here has taken this course? It's pricey but if its as good as it seems, then its definitely worth it.

 

Was hoping I can find some guys on here that can give me first hand feedback on it? It seems legit and has been around for several years. Watching Horst trade is pretty amazing how he does it.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks

 

The course is one of the very best trading courses that money could buy. But, before you take the course, I would like to send you pics of a couple of bridges I have available at discounted prices. Buy one, then, when you are making money from the bridge toll, you can buy a shortcut course on trading the emini.

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Not sure what the point of your sarcastic response was for. If you don't see any value in it or have no use for it, that's fine, but that does not mean nobody else does not. If you have never taken the course or don't know anything about it, you don't have to reply to my thread. It's not about looking for a "shortcut" but learning from someone who can provide the knowledge and a method to trade efficiently. Nothing wrong with that.

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Hello,

 

I ran across EminiTutor.com and have been considering taking the course offered. I wanted to see if anyone here has taken this course? It's pricey but if its as good as it seems, then its definitely worth it.

 

Was hoping I can find some guys on here that can give me first hand feedback on it? It seems legit and has been around for several years. Watching Horst trade is pretty amazing how he does it.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks

 

Hello Chris Paciello,

 

I am interested and want to know more. Can you please brief little more about it. Though i visit on that website.

 

Very much looking forward to hearing from you :)

 

Thanks.

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Chris,

 

Fwiw, MM was not being sarcastic. He was coming from a completely valid viewpoint (the viewpoint of a ‘normal’) and he was attempting to be truthful and helpful…

 

My thoughts:

Horst is barking up multiple trees. I think many of them are appropriate trees. … and, btw, not trees that most ‘tudors’ will be barking up.

However, that says nothing about your compatibilities to work with him, in his models, successfully. Trading ‘students’ need to realize they need to already have a way of perceiving and acting on mkt information (charts, maps, stories, numbers, whatever ) discovered, established, and conscious - then find someone who can help them deepen the effectiveness of their own ‘market DNA’. Trading students need to realize they can’t just have an off-the-cuff interest in a method, go to an expert in that method and expect to learn to be able to perceive and act the same way as the teacher. ie a large percentage of the salient things the teacher has 'condensed' and mastered, you will forever remain essentially 'blind' to / ineffective / inconsistent at. Example: With just a glance, I think the most important thing he teaches re actual trading is how to switch btwn "pivot" and "trend" trading (to him, trend is not (nec) your friend, etc, etc)... but what if you have absolutely NO aptitudes for his way of switching ???

 

Opinion: In order for you to get anywhere close to your money’s worth of your total costs (~$5000 & _ & _ & _ … ?) , you need to basically be an indigo child already… and if that’s the case, or even near the case, your trading career will be short-lived anyways… a phase of 'intuitive trading' will not even be a good life ‘stepping stone’ long term for you...

 

Some questions -

Do you understand that most of his ‘programming’ only opens ways to access and rush to the ‘opposite’ polarities…to the “Positive”, etc etc. ? … that they do not neutralize those polarities / really put you at choice ?

 

Do you operationally already believe ie embody “thought precedes matter.”?

Might not such an assumption / uncon. blf be as erroneous as the currently consensus belief that “matter precedes thought.”?

Might not he be trying to teach that to convince himself and once ‘convinced’ / worked through he will not be coaching anymore?

 

Are you a deep EFT ‘responder’ ? ie is it an effective modality for you?

 

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ie here questions asked and answered for yourself would be better than ours...

 

… not saying you are not a match for this program… not saying you are not a perfect match… however like MM I’m trying to be truthful with you… While MM's saying it's crap, I'm saying the odds of you being even a marginal match for this program are extremely low… that’s just the reality of the trading coach / player game

 

hth

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Chris,

Sorry to have corrupted your thread. Will say a couple more things for the benefit of all and move on

 

… seeking the ‘testimony’ of TL members - who may or may not be lying - to use as a factor in deciding whether or not to buy?

The stack of ‘testimonials’ on his site are not enough?

Wouldn’t contacting him directly requesting 3 current ‘references’ be more effective?

 

( Take it (or not) from someone who has 'used' testimonials in that fashion a couple of times.)...

The most important point is - How someone else does in a trading training program has no significant relevance to how you will do. Any great ‘plusses’ salient to them will likely not have much or any importance to you at all. Combinatorial individual differences in tradingDNA - inclinations, aptitudes, “engrammed” biases, etc are that large and significant - enough to render ‘testimonials’ virtually worthless.

( :haha: Take it (or not) from someone who in the late 80’s spent more than 100,000 USD + mucho other costs on trading education and coaching. I don't think there has been that much price inflation of the ‘curriculum’ since then - the 5k courses are still 5k, etc… but the travel, lodging , and etc costs in todays’ dollars - whoosh! If I hadn’t had testimonials from friends who spent more than that in half the time on cocaine and etc. I would really think I was an idiot :) )

 

ie

Buyer beware! ... but not because the vendor is bad!

Buyer beware because the odds of finding a good match for your real needs are less than miniscule !

 

all the best ... really hope it all works out for you.

 

zdo

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Thank you.

 

I understand the point you are making. I get that all the testimonials and references does not mean anything when it comes to my own trading learning. If there were 10 total people who took his class and lets say 8 out of those 10 learned enough to give them a solid foundation to trade with then that tells me something. If 2 out of the 10 only did, then that also tells me something. Gathering others thoughts who have taken the course can give me an idea of what it's about from a students perspective and what the gained from it. Not saying that two people will have same results or process things but it can give me an idea of the structure and if that structure works for me. There have been other courses out there that I talked to people who took it about it and even though they ranted how great it was for them, I realized it wasn't something that would work for me. Even though there were great reviews.

 

I know that trading is an individual basis but if I told you I can trained 100 people and 90 of them turned out to be successful traders, wouldn't you be interested in it? If I told you I trained 100 people but only 2-3 were successful at it afterwards, would you be as interested?

 

Jordan Belfort came up with a script for his brokers to read off from and they made money by following that script. Had huge success with it. As in trading, being a sales guy depends on the individual. I can try to sell someone a house and they won't buy it. You can try to sell the same house and they will. The product didn't change. Why do you think people buy Jordan's selling course? There are many variables in selling DNA as in trading DNA so why would someone buy another guys method to sell?

 

I can go on and on but I was not looking for this thread to be a buyer beware and understanding that not all trading methods work for others, etc. I get all of that.

 

I just wanted to see if there was anyone on here that took his course and what their results, thoughts, etc were on it. How long did it take them to understand the method taught and once they did learn it, did it work for them?

 

He's been around for quite some time so that has to stand for something.

 

But regardless, thank you for your advice I do appreciate it and respect the advice you are giving. I know you're wanting to be cautious and to understand that not all courses are created equally for everyone.

 

With that being said....

Has anyone taken

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