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Jarratt Davis;s student
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FxD3mon

Member Since Dec 05, 2015  2 posts FxD3mon Feb 13 2016 at 10:02
Is there anyone here who is the student of jarratt davis and has been trading using his style

FXtrader2010

Member Since May 20, 2011  724 posts FXtrader2010 Feb 14 2016 at 07:29
those who teach cant do, those who do don't teach

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  309 posts Adribaasmet Dec 24 2017 at 09:47
Is he a mentor? What’s the weapon of his trading? No idea about him.

Dove777

Member Since Sep 01, 2016  10 posts Dove777 Dec 24 2017 at 15:57
JD's approach is using fundamentals. He has tons of video out there explaining his approach.

TNguyen

Member Since Jun 20, 2014  35 posts TNguyen Dec 25 2017 at 08:01
FXtrader2010 posted:
those who teach cant do, those who do don't teach[/quote

Thank you for your advice

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  271 posts AniLorak Dec 25 2017 at 15:54
Dove777 posted:
JD's approach is using fundamentals. He has tons of video out there explaining his approach.


Thank you very much for you info! Is it free or paid service?

SwapTrader

Member Since Dec 25, 2017  24 posts SwapTrader Dec 26 2017 at 08:01
FXtrader2010 posted:
those who teach cant do, those who do don't teach


Really?

Dove777

Member Since Sep 01, 2016  10 posts Dove777 Dec 26 2017 at 08:01
AniLorak posted:
Dove777 posted:
JD's approach is using fundamentals. He has tons of video out there explaining his approach.


Thank you very much for you info! Is it free or paid service?


There are a couple of sources where you can get access to some free videos to understand JD's approach, his website Jarratt Davis and just do a search in you tube. The core training is a professional traders programme for $1997 which I believe is still offered at $997.
Jarrat's track record is verified and ranked by Barclay Hedge, a service that ranks professional fund managers.
 
https://imgur.com/7vFnhmY

fxphysics

Member Since Aug 19, 2013  9 posts fxphysics Dec 26 2017 at 08:01
Unless any self-proclaimed 'mentor' out there can show a self-owned, consistent, long-term third-party audited track-record spanning at least two years and hundreds of trades proving a viable profit expectancy, then he remains a total fraud in my book.

Free or paid does not matter one bit. Free will waste your time. Paid will waste both time & money.

How convenient to trade using 'fundamentals'. The theory can't be proven. Can't be disproven. Soft concepts like these are the mark of scammers.

Don't believe the hype and glossy websites, ask for proof. That long-term third-party audited track record is gold. That's why we're so few to have one. Let alone four.

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Croco_Dile

Member Since Jan 08, 2016  272 posts Crocodile (Croco_Dile) Dec 26 2017 at 12:28
Dove777 posted:
Jarrat's track record is verified and ranked by Barclay Hedge, a service that ranks professional fund managers.


And all of them with very low or even negative returns ! fat
Lousy !

Complexity is expensive, inefficient, and ineffective > Crocodile trading
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