I am a newbie on day-trading. I started to try Ninjatrader for around one year now and I use it primarily for back testing and simulation, for my real and live positon-trading on equities. I came across Indicator Warehouse (“IW”) especially for its DTS, which I felt is a more make sense approach for learning day-trading, especially for futures. Why do I think so? First, because of its semi-automatic method which means it will also teach you while doing the trades. Second, IW allows all of us to join their live trading to show how the system works and indirectly it shows the real-life and real results of their system. This is a very important factor to me because of it means full transparency on how their system works and for their system performance. And the third, the group-learning approach after the purchase where all the system users are able to join their live trading room to watch, to learn and to share with their instructors. This is so important for a newbie like me. So for me it is not just a decision to purchase the Raptor trading system, but also to join the IW trading group-learning. On top of all of that, the responses from Erich to all my questions and request before and after the purchase strongly reflect a very service-oriented and caring organization. I am still learning the RTS I purchased on a simulation mode now.. the results are ups and downs as in a trading… but I know I am in good hand with Indicator Warehouse.
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