I've listened to the tutorials and the creator clearly states that you cannot just expect SV to do all the work for you. SV is a tool, not a get rich system.
I use SV for day trading and swing trading. For example I've setup a filter in stock vision to find highly volatile stocks with high volume. I trade AIM oil companies and these stocks can enter trends that last nearlly half an hour. Using SV I caught rockhopper exploration when they found oil, and made over 20%, I caught the Davenham pump and dump making me a tripple bagger, I've had PXS, LGO, DES and loads more.
I'm on LSE.co.uk forums and if you look through my posts you'll find me posting before the event in lots of mega swing trades. I caught all these trades using stock vision.
Gar, the creator is no BS, there is no hype surrounding SV and the tutorials he has posted are very helpfull. If you email him a question he will reply to you within a few days.
The traders on the forum are helpfull but you have to be patient, if you post a message leave yourself logged into the chat room and check back in a few hours time and you'll find your question will be answered. It's a forum, not a chat room.
You won't make money with SV unless you understand the markets and technical analysis. This doesn't make SV a bad peice of kit, to be honest it's the best stock screener I've used and Gar is releasing an upgraded version (powerscan) before the end of the year.
SV is customisable and it's upto you to program it correctly, it does have some built in filters and they do work but you still need to apply market knowledge. For example the gap down filter won't work if the market is against you. You also need to know what's going on with the stock that caused the gap. SV finds trades for you but it's up to you to validate the trades. Without SV you would have never found the trades in the first place. That's the point of SV.
I don't use the "what works" feature so I can't comment on that, however by assesing the market myself I already know what works.
If you are serious about trading then money should be no object, ofsett the cost of buying SV as a business expense. It's not even expensive anyway.
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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