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Daytradingradio.com is an online radio and video stream service that offers daily no nonsense trader education, technical analysis, Wall Street commentary that provides definitive coverage of markets, industries, economies and governments. It is a trader's information, news and media company serving traders worldwide. The service integrates real-time charts and historical information on just about all trading vehicles; equities, commodities, currencies, and exchange traded funds.
 
 
 
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Daytradingradio.Com Is A Must Have!
Daytradingradio.com is the #1 stock site on the internet. Johnny aka DayTraderRockStar aka DTRS has many years of experience trading the...
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DayTradingRadio-Best site bar none !
I have been a member of DTR for 4 years now. I am a day trader doing mostly option scalps on high beta stocks as well as longer term swing trades of the same. Before finding DTR I was a lone trader trying to make sense of trading and the markets in real time while also attempting to do technical analysis at the same time....alone. Anyone who has attempted this knows how difficult this can be. And lonely. Since finding this amazing community my profits have increased and my knowledge and technical analysis skills have reached a level that quite frankly surprises even me. John, the founder, known as Day trader rock star is one of the best technical analysis educators i have ever come across. His simple, no nonsense approach to charting patterns, and technical analysis of the few and very accurate technical indicators has ramped up my trading and maybe more importantly my non-trades based on his timing techniques. I would also like to mention Paul known as RPM. He is the IT support man for this site and his work to that end has been incredible, not to mention his personal attention to any member who may have a technical problem having nothing to do with their membership ! AMAZING! try to find that somewhere else. I challenge you! He also fills in from time to time when John needs to be away from the market whether it be for an hour, a day or a week. His insight in fantastic and doent even pretend to be DTRS's equal, just a humble member of this fine community doing his part to keep us all informed and plugged in. Kudos RPM !! As well, the community of helpful and willing members (no competition amoung them, only help and guidance) give a trader such as myself someone to bounce ideas off of which many many times has alerted me to something i overlooked in my own analysis. This my friends is the most valuable tool any trader can hope for...an educated, well versed and interested sounding board. ALSO as I mentioned earlier, we all know how lonely this career can be. At Day Trading Radio, along with the valuable education and team work, there is much needed levity and entertaining bantor plus real time interaction with the members in the chat room. He plays amazing music ( which can be lowered or turned off with the AMAZING dashboard) most songs of which are member requests. He allows us to know him as a person, his likes, dislikes and maybe most importantly How he trades. As we all know no trader makes 100% successful trades as some earlier posters here seem to expect ! lol. Grow up people. I have seen some bad reviews here and i must say these people, I wont even call them traders, expect something super human out of this site when all along it is itself a tool, not the be all and end all. If you blindly follow anyone into and out of trades without doing your own due diligence you get what you deserve! People have very different account sizes and therefore very different risk tolerance, yes seem to blame the Day Trader Rock Star for being able to ride out a poor entry (which believe me is not often). If you cant afford anything more than a limited downside then use stops people !!! Swing trades as DTRS does often are meant to be scaled into and at a pace and risk level that suits you. Some malcontents expect to just blindly follow a man into trades, ecactly the way he does, without any care for their own risk tolerance, then blame this amazing talent for their ill managed trades. I guess admitting they are horrible risk managers and traders is not tolerable in their own little bitter world of doom, gloom and darkness. I can attest to how this man and this site has contributed to my success as a pro trader and all i can do is scream at the top of my lungs to join this community and judge for yourself !! I simply could no longer stand by and watch some of these ridiculous and bitter post go unanswered ! As i said earlier I have been a member for 4 years and will remain a member until I no longer do this professionally. DAY TRADING RADIO is the best value on the internet and finest community of traders I have ever found, and is lead by the best technical analyst I have ever had the pleasure of working with ! Keep up the AMAZING work John, and thank you for all you do !!!!!! If DTR charged 10 times its monthly fee it would still be the best value I have evr come across! Thank you again !!!!

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Good info from DTR and members plus chat room comraderie
What the hell is wrong with you b*tchers? What did you expect, to have your hand held, be told what to do and when to do it? It ain't that way! DTRS says what he's doing not what you should do! Up to you to do your own dd ya know, and you are the only one who pulled the trigger. If you had bad trades, it's your own damn fault. Take responsibility for yourself and your actions.

Are you perfect??? I bet not. Why expect if from anyone else??? Why bash people who share their knowledge to help others. Did you??? Did you offer to share your knowledge with others in a friendly helpful way?? Oh wait, your b*thcing about losing money, maybe you don't know how to trade or at least trade profitably. Must be jealously raising it's ugly head judging by your ugly bs comments.

As for rpm, guess you haters are jealous of a guy who has the mic and a spot on air. Get over it! Obviously you overlook the fact he learned to trade by being a DTR member and earned the spot he has. He works non stop to improve the tech features of the site. Does a damn good job too. He busts his butt to help members whenever they ask him for it. He's no more perfect than you are and for sure you're not perfect, nobody is! You're the ones that are mental! His kid said hi 3x. What's up with that, you hate kids??? What's wrong w/helping him raise funds for his school? There was a fund raiser for the victims of Hurricane Sandy and members have requested support for breast cancer and autism. All good causes. No different that asking people you work with to buy whatever your kid is selling.

Oh, and chat rooms are just that: chat rooms. Some are more serious than others. The main room is known as the lobby where everyone is welcome. Some stay all day to discuss all kinds of trades, etc, some move to the other rooms. It's also our break room from work, it's where we connect with each other. If you didn't feel welcome it's your own fault imo. Can't be nastily negative and expect to get along in a chat room of over 300 people and growing.

Yes, there are things that can be improved. But, the bottom line is that there is way way way more good than negative at DTR that obviously you didn't see. It's like a family for crying out loud. Grow up and learn to get along instead of thinking your sh*t don't stink.

I have made money from info/calls posted in the rooms, I always do my own dd and trade what I see. I can get along with everyone there. This is my honest opinion based on my experiences the past few years as a member of DTR. Yes I am a mod. No I am not a paid employee.

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high entertainment, leave your wallet at home
I echo most of the criticism leveled at John and his site.

Where to start with this train wreck?

Lets' start with the most annoying figure, John's side-kick and clearly the BEST paper trader I have ever seen. The site's Yosemite Sam, also known as RPM. RPM has been responsible for a lot of great technical features, bells and whistles etc for the site, but the guy needs to either trade or shut up. His affliction is as most paper traders, great on paper, but whenever his wife lets him trade he proves the reality of this situation, which is that all he does is lose, lose lose. ES-mini, FB whatever. It does not matter. To hear him, for free thankfully, should be a lesson as to why he and John should just be ignored by any real trader, trading enough of their own money to warrant it being more than just a gambling habit and not a profession that it is.

RPM it seems to me has some pretty serious mental issues, and I suggest you verify for yourself by all means as he regularly invites you into his barn (home) gives you daily run-downs of his health issues, wife's shopping habits (follow along LIVE, because hey he is a tech freak and this is NOT a stock trading service after-all. haha) Want to contribute to "Bobby's" this or that in school? Why not? Want to discuss why the cat (in the barn) keeps eating Styrofoam peanuts or network cables? Well you can follow along there as well. I could go on and on but you get the picture. John let's this mental act on, mainly on Fridays, because he's become less and less available and needs time off from all of that great work he does buying stocks like a 'pro' in a market that hasn't gone down in the last 5 years haha.

This brings us to John. Great primer if you're a new trader but unfortunately you will, if you are like most people, get an incorrect assumption as to the professionalism and talent that he does not really posses.

The assumption is that since john has been profitable since inception that he clearly MUST know what he is doing and that he needs to be paid for a service you could not randomly perform on your own. Don't forget he claims you can 'make a living' at this. He himself trades less than 1% of his net worth and makes on an average year about $25,000. In a bull market. Hardly 'making a living' and there's the rub. For anyone to actually make a living at this, they would have to put enough into the game to make it count. John does not do this. What is worse, is that all he is, is a bull and he will get crushed when the market finally pulls back. Case in point is the most recent actual correction in 2011. John being nothing but a total bull will gladly buy the top of every market. He simply refuses to believe that we'll ever drop and if we do here is an example of how it has and will again, work out for him. In 2011 he bought GS pretty much at the top-tick. 160+ He held it ALL THE WAY DOWN and finally puked it out at around $92. You know, AFTER the risk had come out of it. What a damn fool.

If anyone had actual real money on the line and did the nonsense that he does, not only with GS but all the stock at that time that he held, the member would be crushed.

You don't judge a trader when everything is doing well. You judge the quality of a trader when things are not going their way and by this measure, this guy (John) is as bad as anyone out there.

Mark my word, when the market once again pulls back, he will once again show his true, non professional colors and crush his members. He himself will not get as hurt because the members pay for his losses and his living. He does not make a living from trading. He sells you a 'bull' story in a market that hasn't gone down in 5 years, so I ask a simple question, who ISN'T, even RANDOMLY chosen, 'up' in this time-frame?

The hard look needs to be explored. You're paying for a 'service' that essentially under-performs a simple SPY buy and hold.Yes that is correct. John has had the best 5 year run he'll ever see and he grossly underperformed, in full pro-staus, a simple buy and hold of the index. He is a lot like most other stock services i see in that regard in that they under-perform with greater risk, a simple buy and hold strategy. You don't need to pay for such nonsense. Buy an index etf and save the monthly payment to add on pullbacks. There, I just gave you a better idea. It was also informed and free. Don't be fooled by causation.

It remains to be seen, but as of this writing the market is starting to waffle a bit so you may yet get another front row seat to watch this dart-tossing idiot, if we ever break. He's already bought the top tick to date and i suspect he'll buy all the way down and puke out huge losses at or near a bottom and then they'll start all over again. You can do that yourself, i guarantee it. Most do. John is no exception. Sit in your SPY, your XLP, your QQQ your XLY and you will handily beat this guy. He has no skill worth while.

Personable, yes. Nice guy, yes. Professional? Not a chance. He's a market simpleton. He's a bull in a bull market. That's all he is and not one bit more.

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I Will Not Be Extending My Trial
The guy can do three things as far as I can tell. He can Buy, Buy, and Buy. If he happens to short something it's usually a hedge against longs. I cannot accept one-sided trading from anyone.

My days feel twice as long if I keep Day Trading Rock Star on from 9:30 AM to 4 PM. I believe that far too much of the sound from my speakers is either dead air whenever the market drops, or other non-market related commentary. I often find myself wondering if my speakers are on. Bloomberg Radio it is not.

The lead character does pushups (seriously) in an attempt to get the market to go higher. And if that's not bad enough, many members cheer him on in the chat room. Something else gets mumbled about the market having "That Rock Star Effect", but I don't know what that means and it sounds quite strange to me.

Moderators are inclined to congratulate him on his winning trades. Losing trades? I don't hear those discussed that much or how to exit a bad trade, as in PUT IN A STOP AND JUST GET OUT. Like other reviews here (I read quite a few in considering joining) I'd feel more comfortable taking advice on stocks if I saw an actual brokerage statement. To my knowledge one has not be posted.

The supporting actor apparently does the Friday show. And while he draws a trendline or two he does not, at least that I have seen, offer any trading advice. So I am puzzled as to why he is on other than to provide DTRS a 4 day week? But I will say he can be funny at times while Mon through Thursday has the trading part of me saying to mute the sound.

The day starts with a bunch of regulars saying good morning. I said good morning a few times and received no reply back. Perhaps I had not praised the "The Star" enough yet. IMO, it is very much a club of people who have been there 4-5 years and newbies are welcomed when they say "Dow 25,000 minimum". It is plainly a bull site. I'm glad the trial here ends because in my case I feel like I was being sucked-in to watch a train wreck of some sort with plenty of personalities not liking each other.

It is plainly stated that no refunds are offered. Would not logic dictate that one consider that too many asked for refunds over time so it is stated right up-front that you can't get one? I don't know but merely ask the question as I only see "NO REFUND" on tickets to a concert, a show, or a sporting event. If a customer isn't pleased in any endeavor, most places will at least refund time remaining. If a product, most take it back and refund your money. It seems rather bizarre to run a business like that.

As seems to be the theme here with reviews, if you know nothing about the market of course there is some information here. However, information is all over the Internet now and I'd suggest going to Amazon and look at the reviews as there are many good books. "Trading for a Living" by Elder is one of them. I just searched "Trading Books" and 109,940 results were shown.

I keep asking this question of the sites I've looked at: "If anybody is doing well as a trader they have to concentrate. How can anyone do a radio show and pull-up charts and give advice and talk about a lunch order while watching a position?" I know I could not. Perhaps that's why no brokerage statements are posted. I can't possibly remain on any site where I cannot confirm that real trades take place. Although the silence on drops might be the microphone muted so the audience does not hear screaming. Just a guess. Perhaps that's the confirmation. Still, a statement shown would be proof positive that the site does not exist just to provide trades and generate an income. And one more thing. I have nothing against the US Postal Service as long as they deliver my mail. But my understanding is that DTRS was a mailman before doing this "show". And that is ALL I know about the guy. Again, audited trading statements, from all who charge for their advice, would go a long way towards convincing me any site is better than the thousands of free blogs. The price here just went from $29.95 to $49.95 and I personally just don't see a reason to pay that. But there is a trial and my opinion is worth what you paid for it.

Your mileage may vary but I have decided to go in a different direction.

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good site
great sight to have in the background... always seems to have up to date information

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Day Trading Radio.... good for beginners.
I have been listening to Day Trading Radio (DTRS) for over 3 years... and was even a paying member for several months. I first wanted to start this review, with stating that if you are NEW to trading, and considered a novice, you will find value here. DTRS videos, and commentary are good for the beginner, when it comes to support, resistance, trend lines, moving averages. However, HIS technique is nothing to be desired (imo.) Another great attribute are SOME (a few) of his members that will go out of their way to assist you. The chat rooms, esp. the futures room is great for mainly one individual-doclens! She is an absolute great trader, and is someone whom to learn a few things from!! Also, many of the features include open pit feed, Benzinga, and various news feeds that can be quite expensive.

Now on the negative. I have been trading now for MANY years, but only in the past 3 that I have been day trading. In all honesty folks, you need to learn from whatever source you can, and at the juncture when you are ready, develop and trade your own methodology. 90% of the folks that follow DTRS are just sheep, and would jump off the same cliff-DONT MAKE the same mistake. Develop, perfect and IMPLEMENT your own system, that is key! What works for DTRS, will not always work for you. Buying at the lows, and trying to catch a couple points on stocks in downtrends is terrible trading. Also, DTRS is a former disc jockey and entertainer, that is what he is, not a trader (again imo!) Even going back today to listen, it appears that DTRS never learns anything new. I understand he has a family, but his knowledge in the markets is NOT increasing. Its the most exciting part of the trading day usually (the last hour,) and what is DTRS talking about? Hamburgers, food, travel, political events. Im sorry, but we want to make money, not have our opinions clouded about absolute nonsensical bullshit!

I know many of these items appear harsh, but I have to be honest. In the morning when the stock market opens, DTRS only offers commentary, and gets quite monotonous. When the market is rising, and his picks are rising, he is ecstatic. Although, when things are going against him, he is nowhere to be found... just quiet. You should be able to sit across from a pro trader and have no idea if he is in the green or red. Here, its 40 minutes in the last hour of trading, and DTRS is talking about the East Village and steak places.... what the fuck does that have to do with trading!?! Oh, thats right, he is an entertainer, not a trader. If you have been around awhile, and just want to hear DTRS scratch his whiskers, pop a Coke, and say "you know" every other word, the power is in your hands. But for close to $50/month, Ill keep my sub to Inv Bus Daily.

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I ran across DTRS on YouTube where John has some good video posted. I spent quite a while listening to his entertaining free talk show and then joined his service. I also a long time subscriber to The Contrarian Trader which is a stock picking service. Although I like the chat room on DTRS I do not like the day trading and the rapid fire trading of the chat room. To many impulse buyers losing money. Is that DTRS's fault? No way. It is just the environment.of the chat room. I think that the longer term swing trades at The Contrarian Trader are more my style because I work and get the alerts sent to me plus I get great analysis.

If you are looking for purely for chat and day trading then DTRS would your best bet. If you are looking for short term trades, consistent gains and an education about charting and technical analysis I would suggest going with The Contrarian Trader. Both are good services for different reasons. Both also are at reasonable prices versus others out there charging $300.00 per quarter. That is nuts! For that you can subscribe to both DTRS and The Contrarian Trader at the same time.

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It is what it is
Look john is not Goldman he's just a guy selling a service And trading can burn u out so take it for what it's worth Do I believe he makes every trade he posts I doubt it . But I could be wrong I only have taken 1 trade of his HES and it was a loser BUT I used a stop and got out break even . No one can tell the future so stop looking and all indicators are lagging so stop fooling your self . There's a old saying I'd rather be lucky then good. Money management is the key IMO also like many others they get lazy when they start making money and things change it's a common pit fall. Any way if u are fool enough not to do your own due diligence then u get what u get. With this in mind is it worth 30$ a month sure well worth it. But remember the real money in trading is telling others how to do it and charge them !

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Newbies Will Come to Learn the Site is Pathetic
I would like this comment to be right up front so people can see what happens to a loyal member who decides to ask a few questions and makes comments the host doesn't like as he threatens someone:

Dilafng (a long-time member until banned for speaking out, and asking for some sell signals to be reported and not avoided for a change, on Nov 11, 2013),

I just received an e-mail that you were banned from DTRS. You are better off out of that place of ignorance and boot licking stooges. After six wasted months there I decided he was a true idiot, and that's aside from his market ignorance. He's famous for everything being "on the move" when the market goes his way (up only) and a dead mic of pitiful helplessness when it drops. I guess your banning is part of a plan to get rid of the good people so they can't point out his many failings as a trader. I think he's only a salesman, and a bad one at that. As a trader I think he is a machine willing to bury people with his bulls**t trading bots they hawk like barkers at a carnival.

I was a great fan of your option show when you did them and I learned quite a bit.

When they have that square bar of salt to pound into Johnny's ass you'll be offered the very first push.

Given what you posted here about trades being hidden, which is shocking, I'd take a copy of it and call the SEC about the way he does business to see if that's an infraction. Cherry picking trades and hiding that fact that there are losers being ridden with a hope and a prayer elsewhere doesn't sound kosher. I also don't think he is registered. Should prove to be an interesting conversation when they learn of that. Those rules as so people are not preyed upon and especially those retired who think he is a professional investment adviser. Maybe they'll have that bar of salt attached to a nice large sign saying "Out-of-Business Due to LARGE Fine" and he can go deliver mail.

The place is a joke. And you can see that in the reviews here where people who were fooled come back to post how they retract their positive review. The guy stinks on ice for what he did to you after how you helped him. Actually, even without what he just did to a nice lady he still stinks on ice. He is as cute as a sh*thouse rat. You are well rid of him.

All the best

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If you liked high school, you'll love the chat rooms.
There are many reviews here that will tell you about John's trading style, and those comments are all true. He is mostly bullish (he rarely sells short), he is undisciplined and emotional, and he has a tendency to try to catch falling knives. If you like to trade counter to the trend, then his style may suit you. It is also true that he has a difficult time selling his losers. For example, as of the close of business yesterday (Nov 11, 2013), he was sitting on 16 open trades, only three of which were in profit. The profits on those three winning trades ranged from $76 to $398. However, counting his 13 losers, he was a total of $9,694 in the hole. Yes, that's right -- he was DOWN a total of nearly $10K on his open trades. In fact, of the 13 losers on the list, he had three open trades that were down by 31%, 37%, and 43%. I believe most "professional" traders would be horrified at that. "Cut your losers quickly," they say. Not John. His mantra is "Buy strong stocks," and presumably they'll come back... someday. Heaven forbid we actually have a bear market. He'll be sunk.

As for the records on his OPEN trades: Those are only available to members, so you will have to take my word for it. An honest member could confirm the above information, but I doubt anyone will. His minions are extremely loyal, for whatever reason. Regarding the open trades, they are not very easy to find on the members' website, but they ARE there, once you know where to look. Once can't really blame him for keeping them on the down low -- hidden from non-members and hard to locate by members. After all, he can't give away for free what he is charging his members good money for, and he does not want it to be too easy for members to see how much pain he is really in. I only hope that the members exercise better sell discipline than he does. If they hold when he holds, they are bound to lose money, and that is NOT what you want from an "educational" site if you are a new trader.

At the same time, while he is down nearly $10K on his open trades, you will still hear him on the radio celebrating whenever he closes a trade that is up 1 or 2% -- sometimes only a couple hundred dollars. Those winning trades are then added to his "Trade History," which he proudly presents for public consumption on places like Facebook, where he promises more of the same great results if you will only sign up for his service. Yes, he does have months where he has tens of winning trades that add up to a few thousand dollars, but I can't see him paying his bills and feeding his family on those amounts when he is also sitting on thousands in losses, in open trades that he refuses to close. All one has to do is check his trade history, look at his open trades, and do the math. It quickly becomes obvious that he pays his bills through membership fees, not through winning trades. I don't have a problem with that, but what I do have a problem with is the disingenuous way he trots out his wins as if he never has a loser, coaxes new members to come along for the fantastic ride, and then sits on losses that are difficult for members to find unless they are specifically looking for them. That's not cool, and Johnny has earned every ounce of my disrespect.

Now for the chat rooms. You will find some very friendly, very helpful traders there -- people who will generously go out of their way to help you with any questions you may have, whether they are related to the members' features, trading, technical analysis, or broker issues. I used to be one of those helpful people. but I was banned from the site earlier today. Why was I banned? It seems I stepped just a little too hard on the toes of one of John's pet members. If you enjoyed high school, you will find yourself right at home in certain chat rooms at daytradingradio. If you're lucky, and if you kiss the right people's butts, you will be counted among the Cool Kids who can say and do whatever they want and get away with it. If not, look out. The chat room "rules" will tell you that disrespect is not allowed, but don't you believe it. It IS allowed... IF you belong to the right clique. If not, well... you may find yourself in the middle of the high school quad, face down in the trash can, with everyone yelling and throwing rocks at you. Find out who the Cool Kids are, and DON"T cross them, or you are out. Or just go in the options room, where folks were (to me, at least) quite a bit nicer. :-)

If any if my friends are reading this -- and you know who you are -- thank you so much for all the love, laughs, support, encouragement, and help. You were the highlight of my time with dtr, and I will miss you very much. I really am sorry it ended this way. I just could not take the double standards, and it ended up getting me kicked out. Over the last several months, John has earned my complete disrespect (I used to respect him... now what a shame), and he does not deserve any more of my money, so unless something changes, I will not be back. Good luck, everyone, and much love to all of you! oxo

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