Thanks for reading today’s review of Triumph At Trading
Triumph At Trading is a trading educational company started by a person named, “Troy Taylor” claiming to be currently living in the Bahamas. There are quotations around the name because in all likelihood, this is not a real person.
An internet search of the name “Troy Taylor” combined with “Bahamas” will show that a person named Troy Taylor died in a plane crash in the Bahamas in 2007. Though this may be a tenuous string, and a bit of a conspiracy theory…Troy Taylor appears to have passed away in 2007, and then reappeared to 2014. The same year that Triumph At Trading and Troy Taylor magically appeared on the trading educational scene.
In addition, I find it awfully odd that the individual who possesses Triumph At Trading, has zero online finger printing at all. In all likelyhood, the title Troy Taylor, the proprietor of Triumph At Trading is an alias, or nom de guerre.
Regardless, the existence of an anonymous name does not portend fraud. However, it certainly causes a great deal of suspicion. Especially from a person that claims to be a full time professional trader for the past 20 years.
Full time professional trader?
During the month of August 2016, I reached out to Troy Tailor and inquired about his product offering. Which includes several courses on Udemy, a market profile scanner $147 per month, an indicator suite at $247 per month, and a full immersion experience at $397 per month, which includes a live trading experience.
However, after digging around, it turns out that Troy Taylor is simply reselling the packages that are currently being offered by another trading company named TAS Market Profile. In fact, it appears that “Troy” is simply piggybacking and reselling someone else’s products and trading room.
Thus, is Troy Taylor a complete time professional dealer? He claims to be a complete time professional dealer for the last twenty decades. Sounds terrific. However, is there any evidence? I inquired. There’s not any proof. There’s nothing. I had been quite straight with Troy and inquired if there was anything he could demonstrate that verifies his presumed trading success? Troy responded with the following:
I made an active choice to provide my services by letting the quality education, rigorous methodology and solid logic stand on it’s own. I have not shared my statements with anyone including my top one-on-one clients. It’s what little personal and financial information my wife and I keep to ourselves over the last 20 years.
So let me get this straight, “Troy”, you are claiming to be a full time professional trader, and claim to have also trained many others to become full time professional traders, and you want the general public to simply trust you? To place the future of our finances in your magical trading indicators? This guy named Troy wants us to spend $4,764 every year to lease the magical trading indicators, and its all based upon trust?
Why is it so difficult to provide even the most minuscule amount of proof? If I were a full time professional trader, earning hundreds of thousands of dollars every year from trading, I would be more than happy to show a little bit of proof. But with Troy, apparently that is asking way too much.
This certainly is not Troy Taylor’s first run at selling trading stuff. He also has various other websites selling his magical trading indicators and lifestyle products: globalmarketpulse.com, tasmarketprofileelite.com,
Did I miss any, Troy?
Wrapping Things Up
Still another trading coach, offering magic trading signs that cost almost $5k per year to rent, but might proffer absolutely nothing which verifies his claims about being a 20 year, full time professional dealer. In fact, after watching a few of the Udemy videos, YouTube videos, Twitter, Stock Twits posts, Facebook posts, and Google+ posts…it is painfully obvious that “Troy” has little to no experience at trading. Everything is spoken in generalities and long standing principles that can be found for free. My guess is that “Troy” simply scraped the internet for the best sounding free stuff and simply repackaged it into his own shitty little sandwich.
Troy, or whatever your real name is…please make me eat humble pie. Nothing would make me happier than to come back on this blog and draft a new review. I truly want to believe what you told me, “my indicators work on all markets, all time frames, all the time”. I truly want to believe that you have spent the past 20 years as a full time professional trader. But something tells me that your completely full of crap. In fact, I believe its far more likely that you are “Troy Taylor”, the scamming panhandler that made the local news, than a full time professional trader.
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