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Discuss The GOAT: Bob Volman Fanatics

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Greetings ,

I personally have found Bob Volman’s material quite comprehensive and accurate. Although a bit challenging to digest on first glance, I am a strong advocate of his vantage point and psycological forces in the market specifically the 5min charts.

I am writing this to post to see if anyone has also found a similar respect for his material and to see if anyone can offer any insight as to how it has worked out for them and adjustments (especially provided that his material is a few years old). Nevertheless the current underlying principles are there and I want to expand on it.

If anyone has any suggested read or worked on this extensively (or passively) happy to hear from you.

Thank you for your time
He is selling books... And you can make WAY more if you are a good trader. So trading is not paying off, I guess :D

Hey Martin- things are going pretty well on this side. Just looking for someone to bounce ideas off related to his principles. Have you taken the time to read any of his material?
Sounds interesting. Is there anywhere I can find the book for free? I would like to have a read of it