I am no one's master, nor guru. Nor do I want to be. No plans EVER for selling an e-book, or creating a course. It would be a pittance to what trading can make.
And as for reading the entire 387 page thread, I did.
Not once either. Probably in the neighborhood of 5 times completely, and a bunch of other scans through looking for things.
Same with the ATT threads. And ICT's thread. And PeteFaders's thread. and about a zillion other things across the net, and in print. Whether or not I took anything from what I read was immaterial. I looked for common elements of successful traders. And just for the record, I looked for about an hour last night trying to find the SINGLE post that makes trading like this become effective. I gave up. It's in here. And it's by rrram.
That was very benevolent of you. But it brings up some questions. Did any of those students that went on to open their own schools give anything back to you? Did they do the same thing in terms of being willing to take a second job to keep there schools open to teach for basically free?
Teaching someone something valuable in terms of life lessons is one thing.
Surviving to teach another day, is another.
Trading is a dog eat dog world. Your elation at a successful trade, may be someone else's rent money.
It's the same with what it takes to learn it. It's all here, but time and time again, I see people post up methods that work for them, only to get blindsided by some knucklehead that doesn't follow the rules to the letter.
Or conversely, some "pro" steps in and pans the whole thing telling them it's hogwash. That happened in this thread as well.
Why should I, or anyone else subject themselves to that? If I can say something helpful, I will. But I'll be damned if I will sum up what has taken me literally thousands of hours to put together into one tidy post, only to either be bashed, or told how it is a failure.
It works, it's here, and it's your due diligence that will uncover it. I have a lot of posts on here that hint at the way I view the market. But the journey to success is pretty much a solo hike.
As for my screen name, being a martial arts fan, you may have seen the movie "Kung Pow". Master Tang was the old geezer that was master of nothing, and continuously got his a$$ beat.
I am happy to help, or I wouldn't post here. But nobody gave it to me on a platter, and the fact is, it wouldn't have helped anyway. It comes in steps. As your head is ready for it, and if you are persistent, it will naturally evolve.