Thanks for reading today’s update Global Trade Room
Last September 5, 2015 I printed a very critical overview of Global Trade Room. If you read the initial inspection, then you’re aware it was a very hard hit piece that has been extremely crucial. Specifically, the absence of transparency, the claims of limit orders being filled with no DOM current on screen, also claims of 30k monthly gains without a losing months I discovered to be extremely questionable.
Some people who had bought the app felt cheated, and other people felt that the inspection wasn’t fair. I am certain that there’s virtue from many parties. Truth be told, you never truly know whether the opinions and the folks leaving these remarks are telling the truth. Personally, I have a hands off approach and allow more or less any remarks have been submitted. If you love a salacious read, read the remarks section of this review, which can be full of lots of vitriolic language.
But, I needed to make note of in which I made an error on this particular review. Throughout a lot of the inspection period, I was unable to collect much proof regarding his trading. As my critique was predicated upon his workers, it likely would of been a fair and even handed inspection to add his side of this story. I’d love to have some time and apologize to Simon for not providing him the chance to supply some type of rebuttal.
It’s also essential to be aware the Bob Amico and Sandy Sehgal have left the business and have begun their own trading instructional firm named TradingFuturesInAction.Com (review pending). Since they’ve left the business, then maybe it isn’t reasonable to continue to place a old inspection based upon the operation of people which are no longer connected with Global Trade Room.
In the past several months, I have developed a useful dialogue with Simon Joseph, as well as his new sales manager Mr. Scott Cooper. It has been refreshing to be able to air grievances, speak honestly and candidly, and attempt to form some sort of path forward that both repairs the damage done by the original review, as well as enlighten the audience on some much needed changes at Global Trade Room.
Since I began this blog in January 2015, my goal has always been to bring positive change and smoke out some of the worst practices in the trading educational industry. Contrary to the opinions of some vendors that received negative reviews, my goal has never been to destroy people and enact a scorched earth campaign. Rather, the goal has been to set a new standard in the industry where transparency is the accepted norm. Many companies still resist, yet others are making serious and honest efforts to offer a quality product to those striving to learn the art of trading.
It is of my personal opinion that Simon Joseph is making sincere efforts to provide a quality product, and provide a higher level of transparency to the trading community. For example, for the past several weeks, several current members have been sending me private messages indicating that Simon has been very transparent and the trading DOM has been present during all trading sessions. In addition to receiving more positive comments, Simon has also recently begun recording the trading sessions in their entirety and showing trades with the DOM present on the screen. What more can we ask for?
For the next several weeks, I will be attending the Global Trade Room on a regular basis. Recording trading sessions and doing all of the nitpicking and asking of tough questions that the audience has grown accustomed too. A new review will be posted in March. Until such time, I would ask that the audience please extend an olive branch and move forward with a spirit of reconciliation.
Some folks will perhaps feel betrayed that I am attempting a reconciliation with Global Trade Room. However, I would like to remind people of my own personal faults and failures. Many people have given me a second chance and have been willing to accept me, and to trust me once again. In my own personal opinion, everyone who seeks honest redemption should receive it.
Thanks for reading.