Hi, I too have signed up for the course on 12-14th Nov.
From what i remeber on the sign up form you have until 5pm on our first day to inform them that you want a refund.
My feeling is that the first day will be a 'selling the dream' type day and be told to watch the locked video on the usb as home work. I have actually watched part 2 and it just goes over in more detail in on how to use the software.
I also belive that on the form you sign it is part of the terms and conditions that you don't talk about the course which could be the reason why every one goes quiet and you can't see anything online about it.
What i will say/ risk saying (I haven't attended yet) is that i went to the free workshop knowing that they would try to sell you the course and i was prepared for that.
I have in the past been in a position where i have made £1000's per day, only to go and lose everything because of greed.
I have faith that LTT will teach people an understanding of forex and if you understand the basics then you will pick up a few things even on the free workshop.
HOWEVER, it is no magic wond.
What i aim to acheive from the 3 days is to build on the belife that i can stick to the system, stick to 1-2% risk and not become a gambler like last time i traded.
For myself this is why i see value in the software, it wont allow you to trade if the conditions are not suitable, it works out your TP/SL to your risk ration and indicates good times to enter the trades. It will also stop you trading if a big news event my be soon that you may have missed.
These features can be worked out manually on, however, i hope that it will stop me trading too oftern and trading on the fear of missing out.
I know my biggest problem is that i spend so much time looking for a trade and end up placing trades just to enter the market rather than wait for the correct conditions.
If attending the course can correct this then it will be worth it for myself.
Areas of consern though are that the course is on the weekend so everything will be on recorded charts, which its easy to point out whats going to happen when it has already happened.
That leaves us with the Monday for live trading.
Now after watching the part 2 of the usb video, most of the information/systems are based on the daily chart and one of them on the 4 hour chart, so i wonder how much live trading we will actually get to place.
I feel that if we attend the course thinking that its a scam then we will come away thinking just that, however, if you work out what you aim to acheive and gain from the experince then it will be worth while.
At just under £2500 its by no means cheap and i considered putting that money straight into a trading account and trying to learn by myslef, but its true what they said in the free workshop, You have probably read many different forex stratagies/books/systems and still unable to make money. We then tend to think the system doesn't work, when infact its us that causes it to fail. We over complicate things because it doesn't feel right when you make money easily, you begin to feel that it is just luck.
So in summury,
Is the course worth the pricetag? for some yes, and for LTT as a business they can charge that price because people will pay it.
Will they show you how to make money in forex? yes
Is it going to make you rich? thats down the the individual
Have people done it and made money? yes
Should you do it and take the risk? This will be different for each individual, however, the fact that you are looking and considering the course probably means that life hasn't been great to you, you maybe a little hard up or just fed up working your guts off at your job. If you go on the course and you 'lose' your money then your life will not change much, you will get by. If you compare that to the potential up side, even if there were a small percentace chance of changing your life then surley its worth the risk.
I would be interested to know what others thought are on this? :53: