Day Trading Power *Update*

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DayTradingPower.com was originally reviewed on January 11, 2015. This new review is 14 months later. What was once a pretty good day trading room has now turned into a unverifiable and unmitigated mess. The owner of the company is now refusing to verify personal trading performance, yet is claiming to be hugely successful. A steady stream of customer complaints are now hitting my inbox and owner of the company is refusing to address customer complaints.

Comments Rating 2.83 (6 reviews)
Pros: Over a year ago, DayTradingPower.com was a decent day trading room, where the published performance results could be verified. But things have changed for the worse.
Cons: Owner of the company is no longer willing or able to show live trading performance. People that have subscribed to the service are now actively and aggressively complaining. Until owner of company verifies personal trading performance, then DayTradingPower.com should be avoided.

Thanks for reading today’s update of DayTradingPower.Com

The following is an update of the highly popular review DayTradingPower.Com, that was published on January 11, 2015.

Since this review was published, the TradingSchools.Org blog is currently averaging 289 unique IP addresses that are visiting the DayTradingPower.com review each and every day. In total, using Google analytic’s that measure webpage performance, it revealed that over 120,000 readers at TradingSchools.Org have spent at least 5+ minutes reading this specific review. In short, there is a tremendous amount of interest that was created from this original review. Though I have no idea how many people have actually purchased something from Chris at DayTradingPower.com, I can imagine that the sheer amount of traffic has had nothing but a positive benefit and a high impact on his business.

I remember that during the evaluation period of the original review, there were only three people inside of his live day trading room. Hardly anyone knew about him. When I stopped by only a month after the review was published, the trading room was full with eager day traders looking to learn what Chris had to teach.

I have not spoken to Chris at DayTradingPower.com since August 2015. However, nearly every week I receive private emails from former subscribers giving me their observations and personal opinions. In addition to this feedback, I also receive a tremendous amount of email from people asking me, “Is this guy still the real deal”? With all of these former subscribers writing me, and possible new subscribers asking me if the service is still recommended, I decided to draft a new review. The old review is now 14 months old, many things can change. And they certainly have.

Warning Flags

During the fall of 2015, I began receiving a trickling of negative emails from persons that had subscribed to the day trading room at DayTradingPower.com. Overwhelmingly, the complaints have been linear and uniform. The complaints simply stated that they could not replicate the trades that Chris was purporting to make inside of the live trading room. That Chris was getting filled on limit orders with ease, and that subscribers were not getting filled on identical limit orders.

One reader in particular showed me the volume of a stock, at a particular price and time, which was only 300 shares, and that Chris claimed that he got filled on all 300 available shares. The reader was calling bullshit and made a strong argument for why. I find that this person’s description of events as highly likely and extremely credible. Why? Because statistically speaking, it is nearly impossible for any single person to capture all of the volume at any single price. The markets are simply too big, with too many electronic market makers, all fighting to execute limit orders at the same price. When a trading educator is capturing limit orders with consistency and easily, yet the people in the trading room cannot replicate these orders, this is a huge red flag and it usually means fraud.

This  single complaint is certainly no isolated incident. In fact, I have now received 15+ persons describing the same situation. I am not sure if this alarm constitutes a full blown house fire, but it certainly is exhibiting smoke.

In addition to these warning flags, several readers had emailed and called me on the telephone to speak with me directly. The complaint was that Chris was refusing to show account statements that verified his supposed trades. However, to the online audience and on his marketing materials, Chris claims that he is earning an average of +$900 per day and and has an accuracy of 82% wins. Chris also claims that during the year 2015, he has earned well over $200,000 in verifiable trading profits. With this sort of truly amazing performance, surely Chris had to know that at some point, I would ask for proof of this.

Contacting Chris

Finally, in January 2016, I decided to write a new review and try and discover if Chris had turned down the path of fraud and deception. Unfortunately, Chris never responded to my email. This was my first real warning that something was terribly wrong. However, concurrently I was developing The Robot (real time trade tracking) and wanted to speak with Chris directly and see if he would be willing to use it. However, Chris did not respond to any requests. Nor did he return my direct phone calls. Uh Oh.

After Chris ignored my direct requests to speak with him directly, I then emailed him using a couple of different alias’s of people that were interested in signing up for his trading service. I also wanted affirmation that the results posted on his website were honest and genuine trading results. His response to those inquiries was lighting fast and assured me that his trading was real. At this point, I knew he was flat avoiding me and had something to hide.

On March 21 2016, once again I sent Chris a direct email requesting account statements, and that I simply wanted to see if the trades that he was posting on his performance page were actually being transacted at an actual brokerage. In particular, I wanted to see proof of the “scalp” trades that everyone was complaining about. Once again, Chris ignored my requests. However, embedded within the email was a tracking cookie that notifies me whenever the email is opened. In real time, I could see Chris opening the email, but he was not responding. However, once again I emailed him with a random name and random email address, and he answered those emails very quickly.

At this point, I am feeling terrible and very worried because I care about the people that read the TradingSchools.Org blog. I do not want anyone to get hurt. It became plainly obvious that Chris could no longer be trusted. That Chris of DayTradingPower.com is now just like the rest of the hustlers in the trading educational universe. Just looking to make a quick buck from honest people, and with little care or regard for the audience.

The Robot Really Matters

If anyone has read my prior reviews, then you know that getting a positive review is a very rare event. Its coveted because it means that people will subscribe to a service, they will spend their money. But with this traffic and positive affirmation comes a great deal of responsibility. People that purchase products from Chris expect to be treated fairly. And when Chris say’s that he is scalping and profiting at certain prices, then he better be able to prove it. This is all that I personally asked of Chris. Please Chris, do not rip off my readers.

Unfortunately, sometimes vendors, after receiving a positive review and the positive financial benefits will decide to stop trading and become a full time talking head. Quite simply, a person that just talks about trading and cannot produce real, verifiable trading profits. It appears that Chris, at some point has abandoned real trading and is now just taking into a headset. Giving out trading advice for “scalping” trades that are just pure fantasy, not backed by account statements. It saddens me to write this.

This past few months, the entire reason for developing The Robot was that vendors that received highly positive reviews could continue to provide live, real time performance metrics to the TradingSchools.org audience. So that individuals reading about a positive review have a starting point, but the The Robot provides that extra layer of security, transparency, and honesty.

In addition to providing a mechanism where individuals with positive reviews could provide forward performance metrics, I also wanted to create a mechanism where vendors that received negative reviews could have a path forward. Anyone that receives a negative review, in my opinion should be given a second chance to clean things up and provide an excellent service. Some might be tempted to apply eternal damnation and endless scorn to certain vendors, however its important to remember that many have given me a second chance at life. And my prior behavior is much worse than most can imagine. In my opinion, everyone deserves a second chance.

A vendor committed to transparency

Nearly everyday, someone sends me an email asking “where can I learn to short term trade”? I always respond that the most important aspect of learning how to scalp trade is to learn from someone that is actually doing it everyday. But this person needs to show account statements that proves that they can actually do it. If you are interested in short term “scalping” type trading, one of the best I have written about is Kevin at WatchHimTrade.com. Everyday this guy jets in and out of positions and pulls out small profits with consistency. And the best part is that every single day, he posts a screenshot of his actual trading account with TradeStation securities. There is no BS, no games, no claims of massive profits and outrageous winning percentages. Just an honest guy plying his trade.

If learning short term trading is on your list, then WatchHimTrade.com should be on your shortlist. A very nice person that is honest to a fault. And Kevin, congrats on getting married and buying your first home.

Another thing I like about Kevin is that since I have written the original review of WatchHimTrade.com…no complaints whatsoever. The overwhelming response that I get from subscribers is that Kevin is highly focused on the performance of each and every student. What do I mean by focusing on each student? Kevin charges $5 for a 15 day trial of his live day trading room, but what I have never talked about is that Kevin actually gets on the telephone with each and every trial period customer and interviews them personally. He wants to know about the person, he takes a keen interest in what they have been doing with their trading. The free telephone session is not a sales pitch. Its a frank and candid question and answer session where people can unload and speak freely about where they are having problems. He also talks about what to expect from his service, and how to best take advantage of what he is teaching. The best $5 a person can spend in the trading world.

Wrapping things up

Well, thats it for now. For the time being, I would recommend that people stay away from Chris at DayTradingPower.com. The bottom line is that he is no longer willing to be transparent, open and honest about his personal trading performance. After multiple attempts at reaching out to Chris, he is now actively hiding from me. Unwilling to face the difficult questions about his service that too many have posed to me in written messages.

The bottom line is that this business is about performance. And if a trading educator is no longer willing, or able to show trading performance, yet is claiming to make massive profits without verification, then people should avoid.

Most depressing to me, on a personal level is how Chris is now hiding from me. Yet, when I contact him with an alias, he is more than willing to talk with an alias. As they say, “where there is smoke, there is usually fire”. Unless Chris at DayTradingPower.com is willing to verify the authenticity of his performance page, then we need to stay far away. Liars, thieves, and fakers should not be rewarded.

Thanks for reading and don’t forget to leave your comments below. And if you purchased a product from Chris at DayTradingPower.com and would like to talk about your experiences, then please leave your comments below.

 

 

 

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Vlad
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The daytradingpower.com website screams BS right from the homepage. Those willing to give the guy the benefit of the doubt need only go to the results page – uploading some spreadsheets is what passes for verified performance and transparency nowadays ? 100% BS site

MIG
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LOOKS CAN BE DECEPTIVE....FOR SURE. We joined chris as a trading community of 9 people thinking that the service he sells works period, but the truth of the matter is far beyond a traders scope. We tested it out and vanished our accounts quickly, then he came back with excuses of entries and exists, and other when he got filled, we couldn’t get it at a his original entry price and then holding positions after our S/L was hit when he added more shares towards the same position. He is sly, deceptive and furthermore any good reputable service as he… Read more »
churnrate
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His notepad results on screen often were not changed especially when there were losers. Then after a long while it was suddenly changed and very hard to keep track what the actual tally was. They all say not to mirror trades. Warrior trade does it, even after they had campaigns of how profitable they were so much over the years before Emmett’s review. Same with Bond, Kavan and all the scammers. Remmeber it’s the “churn rate”. As long as DTP can get average of 50 members each month after the rate of people leaving with accounts busted vs. newcomers, it’s… Read more »
churnrate
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Probably more like sim trading at this point. Making so little with that many commissions. No platform entries shown. No platform summaries shown. Just a notepad which I had noticed doesn’t get updated all the time especially when there are losers or averaging down. Then suddenly it gets updated with some gains from somewhere. I feel it’s all about the “churn rate” as this point. The end results of members signing up and leaving staying at 50 members per month. Not as big a gig as GTR, Kavan, but enough of a “small business”. It’s all about the churn rate… Read more »
Willie
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Does anybody feel MOJO Mike is headed in this exact direction after his SUNE meltdown?

Ken
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Dear fellow traders, watch out for this possible scam email from DTW.

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Scott
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Yeah, what the hell was that about! Totally weird. Was DTP hacked or are they moving the operation to Nigeria?

Stray Dog
Guest

Once you start getting a few hundred subs to pay you $100 a month each to be in your room it must be tempting to go down BS lane and focus on providing “education” and “alert” services rather than stick with the uncertainty of day trading. It’s a pity but “another one bites the dust.”

sam
Guest
I saw it for myself. It was as bad or worse than Ross’ daily scalping in these slow hard markets. I had the impression from the original review that the guy wasn’t doing 3-5 tick scalps, yet that’s where it was. The total was looking fudged on the notepad window, like +101, whatever that means. Thanks for following up and fixing a mistake, Emmett. Maybe he fooled you initially on sim records that “looked” real. Even Word can duplicate a statement these days with data pulled into a spreadsheet then rearranged from an online report like in the recent IP… Read more »
Mike
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I have spent a lot of time in DTP and find Chris to be honest beyond reproach. I am easily able to match his trades 90% of the time and in actual fact I tend to get better fills.
Not sure where this controversy comes from but I cannot commend Chris highly enough.

Rob B
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Mike, The problem is trading rooms operators just make up alias and post how well they are doing. But yet never show any proof what so ever they can trade profitable. And people who do not due their due diligence get scammed. Frankly I have no idea who you are or do I take your word, sorry. And if you are truly an unaffiliated member you will understand what I am saying. Chris needs to either show real proof of his profitable trading or he had to use the robot to track his trades. I want to see his real… Read more »
sam
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Well said RobB. Maybe the SEC, NFA, or CFTC should push to set up some laws for trading room education business with your points as the stipulations. Any vendor not doing the above can be reported and If they don’t then there could be penalties , fines, shutdowns etc. I hope they don’t go overboard like unfortunately, currently the chicago mayor is trying to push laws to extort taxes from the CME instead such as $1 to $5 per contract traded on futures! I also haven’t seen any students from any of these rooms claim to have financial freedom. Even… Read more »
Luke Berry
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Totally agree Mike. Come Tuesday I am going to post in room for everybody to come on to this site and totally destroy this BS review.

chrisscammer
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chrisscammer

I got scammed hard by this guy. He gave me nice videogame platform. Nonko Trader.

Chris is a scammer and he pays for it!

dtchurn
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DTPower!

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robert
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awesome new review . Thanks For keeping these guys “honest”

Murali
Guest
Hi Emmett, I was following Chris for 6weeks in his room.As a newbie i found it hard to get in and out of trades quickly. Its because i’m new to trading and dastrader software i was using. Also had no dedicated time which was needed. Its difficult to get the same fills as Chris but mostly used to get by few cents different. I suppose its totally normal to get this difference on fast moving stocks. He updates his trades here ,,and puts the P/L calculated on to the notepad in the room. I see no way to fudge this… Read more »
J Santos
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Interesting that you “busted Bouncetrade, then he reappears a short time later as XMA Trading, busted him and now he is Pivot Lines.” I also busted him (he changes name with each new website) four years ago through a CFTC investigation. All documented. Without jail time to cripple these guys, they keep on opening new shops like mushroom sprouts overnight. It would be interesting to have a dedicated prison for web criminals only!

robert
Guest

so you mean pivotlines.com is a new version of xma?

Mike
Guest

Chris was also connected to the Nonko/g6 trading scam, surprised you didn’t make any mention of that. He was getting kickbacks from Nonko for members sent to them. He was trained by that ProTrader Mike clown from mojotrading.

Willie
Guest

Hey Mike, you can find extensive coverage of the Nonko fiasco in the comments of this post. Its Part 1 to this article. You will find the change in Emmet’s tone and views towards the room fascinating! You can also find some colorful reviews of MOJO Mike.

Willie
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Hey Mike, you can find extensive coverage of the Nonko fiasco in the comments of this post. Its Part 1 to this article. You will find the change in Emmet’s tone and views towards the room fascinating! You can also find some colorful reviews of MOJO Mike. https://www.tradingschools.org/reviews/day-trading-power-review/

Luke Berry
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I feel I need to chime in on this discussion. Just like Ellen I have been an active member (trading everyday) for about a year. Emmett I want to say that your updated review is a load of BS and should be removed. Emmett speaks of this steady stream of complaints and I can say without a doubt that these are coming from newbie traders. Now before everyone crucifies me by saying ‘well aren’t these rooms for newbie traders,’ let me say that you have to have at least the basics before you should trade the markets, let alone try… Read more »
John Smith
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Does the issue of the missing P&L have to be so divisive? Doesn’t the truth always lies in the middle? I bet Chris has been profitable for a long time but doesn’t want to provide P&L because profit started to diminish recently and he doesn’t want the fudged numbers PROVEN. But that’s just it. They were slightly fudged, enough that he doesn’t want to discredit his entire business. But he is angry about it because he knows he’s profitable. Or what if he moved to a simulator when he started the room? Would it be that bad? You all seem… Read more »
John Smith
Guest

On that note, i will add that it is possible numbers could have been more than slightly fudged. I have no idea. I hope it’s not because market is becoming less tradable.

WJT
Guest

If there is 100 people in the trading room that are trying to buy 1000 shares of the stock that Chris just bought, then the demand will raise the price of the stock and most of the people in the room will not be able to fill their order at the limit price that Chris got. So why blame Chris and claim he is a fraud? That is just how the market works.

Stray Dog
Guest

A guy buys shares in a company, then he sends out an alert to 100 people who he expects will buy 1000 shares each in that company because of his alert. He knows that this will increase the price of the shares he already owns significantly and then he sells his shares to some of those 100 people at a huge profit. And you don’t understand how that is fraud?

Rob B
Guest

Did you think Madoff was a Great Guy also. You have heard the term pump and dump, Right?

rtchoke
Guest

Stray Dog and Rob B (good to see you back again), Be nice guys, many of these people are very very new to trading and don’t really understand a lot of the conflicts and the way these bogus trading rooms profit. I was just talking to a new trader who didn’t know what a sells top was.

WJ, nope, that’s not how the markets work; that’s how the fraudsters work.

Brad
Guest

Looks like he has been pretty close to LogixTrader since 2015.
http://www.bizwireexpress.com/showstoryPRcom.php?storyid=377239
Seemed like a “nice guy” but now I wonder if he was in on shady deals.

Bobby Hayatson
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Seinfeld 2.0

Looks like Day Trading Power refused to pay Emmett the “vig” this month.

Oh well, there goes your great review.

And that should be a lesson to all of you that want open a Trading Room. Pay Emmett the vig or get slandered to high and holy hell on his blog.

I do have to admit, Emmett should be writing comedy material for Seinfeld 2.0. The fucker is funny. LOL

Rob B
Member
Man, what a fact based post with clear evidence. I have an equal fact-less post. Looks like Emmett refused to pay infamous negative poster Bobbie the “vig” this month. Oh well, there goes your great post. And that should be a lesson to all of you that want open a Blog. Pay Bobbie the vig or get slandered to high and holy hell by his fact-less post. I do have to admit, Bobbie should be writing comedy material for Seinfeld 2.0. The fucker is funny. LOL I got an idea Bobbie join the Trading Room take the trades called and… Read more »
S Watfa
Guest
I’m not quite sure how such a hard criticism of DTP could be warranted without at the very least the “Emmett Factor” being applied. What is the Emmett factor? it’s the Dick Tracy – fact finding, inquisitive reporting and most importantly: “mirroring” of any system to try and replicate the same results. This is the formula that visitors to your blog have grown accustomed to, and ironically this was the same diligence that you applied to reviewing DTP the first time round. I’ve noticed a steady but worrisome evolution in your approach to assessing trade rooms. What started of as… Read more »
Goagal
Guest
“Which leaves us with the problem of why some people cannot replicate the results. Well, Chris has always made it abundantly clear that the goal should not be to mirror his trades but rather to mirror his logic, strategies and tools/indicators in order to achieve the same success that he has (which as i highlighted above, cannot be disputed)” You’re missing the point. The fact that people cannot replicate Chris’s results is EXACTLY why his claims of success are disputed. And just because Chris’s stated goal is to teach people his method does not mean that those who follow his… Read more »
Rob B
Member

No one missed this fact. But this is what all the TR con artist say. The problem is if you are trading a sim account with a lenient fill sim generator that is not hypothetical it is pure fantasy. And on top of that Chris refuses to show Emmett any evidence he is trading profitably.

So Yes I agree learn to trade for a “Proven Profitably Day Trader”, but not from a swindler that claims to be profitable yet shows no proof.

S Watfa
Guest
I understand Emmett. I can appreciate that with you small team it can be difficult to dedicate time for in-person reviews of every room. But the point i was highlighting is that the criteria has changed. It is now an Opt-in model. Either they Opt-in to your system and rules or it’s game over. I can’t help but feel that the bigger lesson that you are trying to teach Chris is to “not ignore you” as opposed to catching him out for dishonest practices (which has not been properly established) Look, i do understand your point, you’re trying to keep… Read more »
Rob B
Member
S Wafta, Lets review the facts: 1) Several student of Day Trading Power contacted Emmett complaining stating they could not get the fills Chris claims he is getting, 2) At least one student said he looked the price and sales data and there was no way Chris got the fill he stated he got, Fine, so at this point all these students could be delusional, so Emmett decides to investigate. That seems like a reasonable approach to me. So what happens next: 3) Emmett emails Chris and Chris does not respond, 4) Emmett calls Chris and Chris does not respond.… Read more »
S Watfa
Guest
Respectfully it boils down to whether or not he live trades. I’ve already highlighted that he does live trade every single day in the chat room What I cannot assess is whether the live trades are done on a SIM account or not. I could be mistaken but I don’t quite remember any statement made by Chris on his website or even in Emmetts original review that confessed to using paid accounts vs sim. So I’m not quite sure what we are accusing him of. What interest me is that his strategy seems to be working well as per the… Read more »
Rob B
Member

One problem is his student say he is using limit orders and getting filled when they are not. That is not only Sim trading but Sim trading with a lenient fill Sim generator that is unrealistic in the real world.

Ellen B
Guest
I have been a member of this chat room for abut a year. I tried many other rooms prior to this one and Chris is easy to follow and more importantly when I follow his trades I consistently make money. The whiteboard is clear and lists entries and exits and stop amoints. Many days I have my volume off and just have the whiteboard up and follow along in between clients. Chris as a person is knowledgeable and talented and has always responded patiently to any questions. He really cares about his members. My method of judging a room is… Read more »
Rob B
Guest
A couple of things you state I find amazing. “My method of judging a room is based on my results rather than judging by another person’s statements.” Really?? In other words in this completely unregulated industry full of con artist you do not look for any proof, instead you blindly pay subscription fees and hope for the best. I wonder how that is really going for you. I wonder would you hire someone to build your home using this same logic. I do not judge a builder on whether he shows any proof he actually has built a home. I… Read more »
Ellen B
Guest
If you had actually read my message it states up front I tried many chat rooms for free and did my own analysis of success in each room. If I were to hire a builder and asked them to build me something small and free to see if I liked it, the quality of craftsmanship and knowledge, and to see whether the aesthetics fit mine then I would probably pay for something larger. I only subscribe to services that show a return on investment. Hope is not a strategy. Having good results is. Using your logic someone who has a… Read more »
Goagal
Guest

“I tried many chat rooms for free and did my own analysis”
According to their website, Daytradingpower does not offer a free trial.

“I only subscribe to services that show a return on investment”
The main point of Emmett’s update is that Daytradingpower does not show their return on investment.

sam
Guest

At first you say Chris’ room is easy to follow, then later you said it was too frenetic and hard to follow. So I’m not sure what kind of substantial proof you’re trying to convey. Spreadsheet results doesn’t count. Only onscreen entries with a live account showing shares entered is the beginning of being completely transparent. Then following up with broker statements. Anything less can be falsified. Very simple common sense that people need to be reminded of before they sign up for any room.

Rob B
Guest
Ellen B, There are many post I do not agree 100% with but respect what is being said. But your post screams shill to me. Did someone read an article and find women post are more believable so your alias becomes Ellen? Seriously read your own post, it makes no sense. The heart of your post basically tells people they do not need any proof, just trust the Trading Room Operator or the word of sweet darling Ellen. You say you were scammed by many rooms. Oh actually you said you tried many chat rooms for free. I do not… Read more »
Ellen B
Guest
Ok that last statement made me laugh out loud. I promise I look nothing like a 250 pound hairy man and I will assume you were being funny not mysogenistic. I read a few of your other posts and now I understand where you are posting from…it sounds like you have been scammed before and are distrusting of most of these sites by nature after your experience. I see some of your points as valid but still do not appreciate the condescending and patronizing attacks. I hope you find your holy grail and something that works for you and that… Read more »
Rob B
Guest
Maybe you are legit, but one of the many scams trading rooms use is too make alias posts saying how they tried so many room and lost money, until they found this truly amazing room. But then on top of that you give excuses why Chris does not show any proof what so ever of his profitable trading. This screams shill to me no matter what sex you are. I am like Trump, I am an equal sex basher if I think you are a shill. And in case you did not get it the point of the 250 lbs… Read more »
sam
Guest
More people who Emmett received complaints from who tried the room after the initial review should come here and post and “testify” their experiences in the room. Supposedly there were scores of people which led Emmett to update the DTP review. But I guess we’re the only ones who bother to post RobB among a few others. Makes me feel sometimes it’s not worth it warning potential marks away, but at the same time the shills will have run of this place if there isn’t anyone to counter them. This site is the best and practically only opportunity for the… Read more »
Rob B
Guest

The worst part is when I talk to people and they are so just desperate to believe in the fantasy they just go from one scam room to the next ignoring everything you say.

I got fooled in the past, but I woke up from the Kool-Aide induced state, but man when I talk to some folks I do not think they will ever wake up.

Chris from DayTrading Power
Guest
Actually Emmett contacted me only once and it was last week and he asked me for statements. I have many members in my room that have been with me for close to two years. I receive constant compliments and thanks that people are making money and I’m changing lives for the best. I alert what to buy in advance, where to sell it in advance for profit and where to stop out too. Yes, it does occur at times I may miss my own trade. I do 20-40 alerts a day, it can happen I miss my own trade because… Read more »
Murali
Guest
to add couple of more points to previous comments… Chris has been very patient and answered all the questions during my interactions. He is well organized and keeps track of all the trade calls in excel. Very rarely there is a delay in updating the excel or notepad. He explicitly makes it clear to on every trading session to go his rulebook.Its simple but to get used to his style takes some time. I can certainly say its one of the best trading rooms for scalpers. In my personal opinion he doesn’t deserve the low rating. But i also agree… Read more »
quasar
Guest

To Chris’s point, I suspect most manufacturers are happy to answer the questions posed by Consumer Reports. So why shouldn’t trading room owners? No one would ever say that talking with Consumer Reports is “bad for business” and expect people to think well of them.

If Chris has something to contribute to the trading world, why not share his results? How could that hurt his business???

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