Yesterday Gil did an incredibly thorough and detailed overview regarding some of the challenges that I was having on the 620 chart in relation to an ETF that I was trading last week
I was under the impression this would be covered over maybe 1 - 2 minutes, however the in depth analsyst was of great value to me for 3 primary reasons.
1. To take the time to review this over 10 minutes and really go into detail shows the level of commitment Gil has to his members success.
2. Gil's insight into what i was doing wrong both technically on the charts, and what my risk tolerance levels probably should have been on this particular trade, will save me headaches, time, and money. (He also explained specifically where i most likely went wrong in the trade.)
3. The value of this type of feedback in conjunction with the interaction on the video report in my opinion is a 10 out of 10.
I wish that I had some challenging feedback to strive "improve" upon, but really after watching the video twice now, none currently come to mind. I'll watch it again and if something does arise I will send a follow up email promptly.
P.S. What a call on Roku last week!!!
I really enjoy reading your reports. I've read both of your books and have learned so much from you. The buy able gap up and pocket pivot have been invaluable to me. Like you, I have also studied Livermore, Darvas and the O'Neil principles. My skill in identifying the leaders has improved greatly in the past year.
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