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Old 03-28-2008, 11:20 PM   #9

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Re: MTpredictor......any Views?

Ok, I was going to post again, but man I give up. This software sounds great.. everyone buy it...etc.
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Old 03-29-2008, 06:45 AM   #10

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They are UK based aren't they? I seem to remember chatting on the phone to them and they came across well. As some one else said the performance figures seem lacklustre enough to be realistic and they fully disclose how the thing works without having to buy (from memory). If not fully disclosed it was easy enough to work out from the sample charts. I think it essentially looks for an ABCD measured move correction to a fib number in a larger swing/trend. Again thats just from my slightly flakey memory.


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Old 03-30-2008, 08:50 AM   #11

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I am not a software owner but have watched their videos (which explain the software) and they are sound. Steve Griffiths the developer used to work for Robert Miner before launching on his own and has specialised in his calculation of the ABC pattern in various contexts (at least 3) which are fully disclosed in a PDF you receive if you join their free mailing list. Matt Bowen based in the US used to do the training for Avanced GET (Tom Joseph). The software has a trend filter which looks similar to the Joseph oscillator. The videos also emphasise a number of money management principles. The EOD software also has scanning capability for the ABC patterns. They hold regular free webinars where you can ask questions.
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Old 05-22-2008, 05:04 AM   #12

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If you can face a large number of losing trades in a row and still put on the trades then look at this software. It puts trades on at extremes and looks for a good move. You get stopped out a LOT.
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I have the real time version and im not using it
If someone is intersted i can sell my license for half price
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If you can face a large number of losing trades in a row and still put on the trades then look at this software. It puts trades on at extremes and looks for a good move. You get stopped out a LOT.
Any chance of doing a stop and reverse ?
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Old 07-02-2008, 06:41 PM   #15

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Hi
I have the real time version and im not using it
If someone is intersted i can sell my license for half price


Hi Stylist,
I am interested in your mtpredictor!!!
please check your messages for my email address.
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Obviously you never know who is really writing the reviews, but I am surprised that this product is not getting slammed. Most of the time I find that any product that is reviewed here is slammed pretty good. So maybe this is not a bad product? I actually have a friend who just bought this software about 30 days ago. He is not using it live yet, but he likes it and is going to go live soon. I am going over to his house next week to watch it in action. I will write again as soon as I have some experience watching it run.
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