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Hello everyone,

Did anyone attend this event by Al Brooks and Ali where they traded live real money for 3 days?

I would love to read your review and opinions from the event. you

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I'm currently watching the trading course. A bit slow and repetitive, and it's basically trend trading. Not learning too much, but tbh I think that trading is mostly psychology anyway.

Like you can learn price action fairly quickly, but beating the internal battle is much harder. Do you quit while ahead, or give it all back to the market? Do you trade when your strategy clearly isn't working, or do you accept that today is a loss and quit early?

These things are more important in the long run imo. Plus price action only shows you what's already happened, if the fundamentals change then the price action won't mean much when the markets spike several hundred points.

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Update I noticed yesterday, the regular detailed daily setups for encyclopedia members look to be ending, instead being replaced by separate encyclopedia charts 2/3 times a week.

I learned a ton from these charts, I try to mark up my own screenshot of the chart after every day and then compare against these which are like the charts posted to the (free) blog except with lots more detail. I've learned how to see a lot of these things on my own (usually after the fact, real-time is a work in progress) but I am still learning a lot so it makes me a little sad. But there is a ton of material accumulated over the years so its enough to learn from.

I'm not sure of the underlying reason but it seems Al is slowing down a bit. Could be he is spending time away from computers and charts which would be a good thing.

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