Oil Trading Academy, Code Trading System, and Emini Trading Secret

Oil Trading Academy/Code Trading System/Emini Trading Secret
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David gets 4 stars for honesty. He is certainly honest and forthright in his beliefs and willing to express his beliefs. With much respect, I would have to argue that these beliefs have little value regarding predicting market direction. But David certainly brings a different perspective.

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1.67 (15 votes)
Comments Rating 2 (4 reviews)
Pros: David Kuvelas is not afraid to express his opinions regarding his unique perspective of financial markets. He has suffered a great deal of ridicule and torment in his attempt to express himself.
Cons: In my opinion, his theories are probably no more or less applicable than most common indicators.

Today’s review is Oil Trading AcademyCode Trading System, and Emini Trading Secret, day trading systems introduced by David Kuvelas. The system is a designed to run and execute on the Ninja Trader platform, the cost of the system is $600. What is the system? In a nutshell, David believes that the world is being being manipulated by some people known as “The Freemasons”. He believes that in 2010, he discovered their secret codes and these codes are now permeating through all aspects of society and these codes are being revealed to him through some sort of process he has devised. This secret society and their codes are controlling everything from politics, popular culture, religious institutions, financial markets, and world governments. I think it would be fair to say that David’s views can be considered to be eccentric. Some might even say that he is a bit unhinged or crazy.

I am not going to be the judge on whether David’s views are valid or not. Instead, I prefer to let the audience read the webpage that has been created by David that describes, in quite good detail how the Freemasons, through these secret codes are revealing themselves. Have a look for yourself. This page contains thousands of descriptions of how the Freemason’s are revealing themselves, and that our only salvation is through Jesus Christ.

The Freemason’s?

I spent about 30 minutes reading David’s Freemason page. I honestly found it highly entertaining. I especially liked how David  somehow connected the dots between Star Wars, high fructose corn syrup, card counting, FEMA camps, and the old TV show Mork and Mindy. Its all a strange and funny trip that David takes the audience. He seems to find these secret codes everywhere he is looking.

Some of the audience reading this might be thinking to themselves, “this guy is nuts”. However, I hope that most of my readers are respectful enough to give David a wide enough berth to describe his opinions and sincere beliefs. Lets be honest, it does take a bit of courage to come onto the internet and start proclaiming that a secret society is in control of everything.

Some readers might believe that David is dealing with some mental health issues. And that these secret code revelations are simply his way to making sense of a world that can seem scary and confusing. I do not want to be the judge and jury on the issue of mental health, instead it is my hope that readers give David plenty of room to express himself. To call him nuts is not fair. To call anyone dealing with mental health issues “nuts” is wrong. A person cannot help if they are born with with an odd perspective. As a society, it is important that we treat people with mental health issues like any other person dealing with any other health issue like a broken leg or a clogged artery.

David likes to express himself, and he wants to share his thoughts with the world. So let’s go ahead, let him and try and be respectful.

Can The Freemason’s Code Predict The Market?

I have emailed David several times asking that he provide real time proof that his trading system is producing profits. The most obvious method would be an account statement. However, it was my impression that David is not trading with a live account. Instead, everything is on a simulator. In fact, you will find a series of videos that David took the time to produce that describe how well his system is performing. You can find the videos and descriptions here. Both the Oil Trading Academy and the Code Trading System websites are basically identical. The only real difference is that the Oil Trading Academy website contains a bit more elaboration about the Freemason’s.

If you took a bit of time and watched any of the video’s, you can watch David perform a few trades. Which is great. However, we all know that anyone can simply use the market replay mode in Ninja Trader. Anyone can simply watch a market, then replay the market with a trading DOM and execute perfect trades, all the while using a screen recording program that appears to authenticate the trading. I am not saying that this is what David is doing, but what I am saying is that David could be doing all of us a big favor by providing an account statement that authenticates these fantastic returns. My suspicion is that none exists.

In my own personal opinion, David’s videos are less about trading profits and more about his personal revelations and opinions. But I will let the audience decide for themselves. Once again, I hope that the audience remains respectful.

More Interesting Ideas

David also maintains a You Tube channel that can give you some insight into his unique beliefs. Some of the videos might be a little disturbing. But certainly an interesting diversion away from the monotony of our everyday lives. You can watch a few videos here.

Bringing Order To Chaos

Financial markets are inherently chaotic. Even the most brilliant minds in our modern society have attempted to create formulas and algorithms that will predict which way the market will move. None have broken the code of the financial markets. In fact, the most agreed upon and universally accepted principle regarding market prediction is that market prediction is simply not possible over a large sample of observances. Much of this theory, named the Random Walk Theory dates back to the 1800’s. Over the years, many books have been written by some very smart people that have devoted their lives to understanding price movement in the financial markets. In a nutshell, the financial markets are far too random, chaotic, and unpredictable for any sort of unifying theory.

But still we try. We see that others are beating the markets. We observe short term traders like Paul Tudor Jones, and companies like Renaissance Technologies and how they consistently beat the markets, we intrinsically want to believe. We observe, and we seek answers to these interesting questions. We attempt to apply all manner of nonsense to our trading charts, in an attempt to bring order to chaos. For instance, many of us apply tired old indicators to our charts. Stuff like stochastics, and MACD, that was considered cutting edge trading technology only 20 years ago, but with the advent of back testing software, we now know that most indicators are simply random squiggles on our screen. No edge exists. Its all magical thinking. Its our attempt to bring order to chaos.

Well, that’s it for today. To me, the biggest lesson that I learned from David and his theories, as outlandish and eccentric as they seem…are that my own beliefs could also be considered to be outlandish and strange. I love to place a keltner channel on my chart. It helps me bring some sort of order to the chaos. And yet, I know that through back testing that the keltner channel indicator is no more or less effective than using crop circles or alien sightings to predict the markets.

Please don’t forget to leave your comments below. For this particular review, I hope that the audience remains respectful. I found David to be a gentle person, and like everyone else, he is attempting to bring order to a chaotic world.

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