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|Testimonials Year 2011|
Getting off my knees with the help of (Joe DiNapoli) you and Tony.
Bleeding stopped and I am very excited to be back with a plan.
Looking forward to 2011--finally after two yrs of hell, my health
is back and you guys have changed my attitude on my business
Happy New Year
J T Texas
consider another advanced in the future. I've noticed a huge change
in my trading after the advanced p-sem in Bangkok. Again, thank you
very much for being a great teacher.
Sanjay G USA
Thanks for a great seminar, superb
information and great people. Back in England now and hard at work
writing up my notes.
and for me the next 6 months is basically trading education/trading,
education/trading, education/trading. So if you email me next month
and say 'come to Thailand and I'll pay ALL your expenses for a 2
week trip', sorry Joe but I'll have to refuse. But feel free to
email me that offer in about 6 months :)
Alex H UK
1. thanks god and to u for DP. i also shorted but
it cost me just little listening to DP.
Mony S Israel
I just purchased you book a couple of months ago and can't get enough.
I am 28, and fairly new to trading. I am a numbers fanatic and your
fib levels amaze me. I have been paper trading for about a month
intra day and have about an 70% or a little more success rate netting
13% after losses (I have no idea if this is good though). I know
I have a lot more trading to do before I put capital on the line,
Ty D USA
Going through my take aways from the seminar I
notice that we really got a lot of real pearls of wisdom on process,
preparation, market insight and psychology, trade management and on
an on. This kind of coaching is priceless. Thank you for
your time and your willingness to share your wisdom.
I have a decent feel for what my weaknesses are and where they come
from. This is why I feel it's so valuable to get together with
other traders with different strengths and see how they approach a
situation. That's why I wanted to see more of how you approach
trades during a live market.
Joe, thanks for your note. I just got home some hours ago
and read this.
Your observation is absolutely correct.
I had originally planned to give myself time to observe for 5 bars
on the 5-min after entry but I just did not adhere to the plan
during the trade. It takes a neutral observer to state that in
clear terms, otherwise, I would still be making excuses for keeping
my trade and figuring out where I can improve.
I already look forward to my next
seminar! I always seem to get a fresh sense of inspiration
after these sessions. And maybe, my schedule would allow me to
join you guys for drinks then! Was all set for Sunday but
there is always the next time.
Acrux P Singapore
Posted by Narinder S
Recognizing a true
RRT ( 04 May 2011 at 11:55am )
And the 2hr
RRT met to the TICK - beautiful - targets met. Thanks Joe !!
I have just attended Joe's 2 hour seminar in
Singaore over the weekend and it was fantastic
Just the 2 hours
alone , I have grasp so much information but I believe there is more
Please let me know when the next Standard Private Seminar
will be in Bangkok as I am very interested to attend
thank u very very much !!
i am still a bit confused from the experience- but it is a
creative and positive confusion... it was a great seminar and very
important experience to me as a trader.
u r not only
fantastic trader and excellent teacher- ( i like your "cut the
bu***t" attitude a lot)
but also a man i highly appreciate
in many aspects. i doubt if u really understand how much i am happy
to your student and how u affect my
life and trading.
be back in the future, i am sure.
wish u all the best.
I can't thank you enough for the opportunity to attend the
seminar. I agree that working with a group of traders is an
invaluable experience. I'm excited about testing and applying
this when I get back to the States.
Talk to you soon,
Really enjoyed myself and learned a lot. Most of all, I gained
confidence (although still conservative)!
It is the emotional detachment and the absence of fear that has
worked the magic. This is a discipline learned from trading. So
trading has helped me in ways that I could never have imagined at
You wanted to work out a better way to trade so you developed
a method based on practical experience that countered the issues
you found. You wrote a book and developed software and you train
The upshot of this is that it was the work that you had done to
develop your trading method that inspired me to keep going with the
framework. I have started to write about it so there should be a
book in the future.
In the meantime I will continue to weave trading through my life
and work out the best timeframe and set of instruments that fits my
lifestyle; and works in the Australian trading time window.
Thanks for all you help Joe. I will be back probably in the new
year if there is space on an advanced Psem, and will keep in touch
with items if interest.
Posted by Allan L
Bill Williams question
for DiNapolians ( 14 July 2011 at 3:33pm )
Hi Joe and DiNapolean experts,
Joe had commented that
him and Bill goes back a long way. Thus, Joe and Bill must have
compare notes and methods in the past. Personally I find more
similarities between the DiNapolian methods and the Profitunity
methods more so than with dissimilarities. The differences are: Bill
uses a longer set of smooth moving averages, different MACD
settings, and Bill enters trades on fractal breakouts, while
DiNapolian uses a quicker set of DMAs, customized MACD settings, and
DiNapolian enters trades on pull backs. Bill
Williams likes to let profits run while DiNapolian take LPOs.
Therefore, in a nutshell, these are the differences. DiNapolian also
has a set of powerful directional signal trades, while Bill Williams
had recently came out with one angulation counter trend trade.
Thanks for any insights from any experts.
To be honest. I
lost money using the Profitunity system, while I managed to stay in
the black with the DiNapoli system so far, due to taking lower risk
pull back trades. But I respect Bill Williams and think there are
merits in his approach.
Mosaad E B Egypt
Posted: 17 July 2011 at
I have something to share with you here
although I hesitate to write about it ,but after all I decided to
it's all about the learning curve we all traders
after all the hits I took trading the markets, the high
tuition fees that I paid over the years and still paying , at least
a subscription fees to the life school :))
As a trader , you
should know or figure out where you are in your learning curve and
there is no other way but to talk to yourself , discuss your results
and statements with yourself , I know we traders rarely go over our
statements fearing to face the truth.
The learning curve we
, traders , follow consists of three main phases .
phase is learning about market selection or setup , we all start
studying different systems and tools trying to identify trends in
markets and conditions that may move the market to our knowledge.
and then we try to apply it dreaming of catching the mega trend that
will buy us all luxuries of life.
then our first tough lesson ,
you are right on direction and market , but you blow up! and worse
enough the market took your money away and started moving the way
you figured out!
this may take sometime , depending on us
traders and the guidance we have. some traders may stay here
but if you are lucky enough , you will move to the
second phase .
Learning about your entries/ exits.
you have all the tools to figure out the direction at least you
then you start learning about where to enter / exit
the trade. and then for the first time , you may close a trade or
two for a profit . but then again the time to pay your tuition fees.
you start making money in 10 trades and then blow up in just two or
The market has done its thing to you again!
I'm right on trend , good entry as I usually do and exit in
place but the market go beyond what you expect and then you got hit
and I can tell you that countless times I nailed market moves
to the exact tick but in the end I blow up.
I try to figure out
why but I had no clue.
and during this phase luck plays a
very important role, you can stay here forever or the master will
show up to take you to the next phase and to be honest only a few
talk about it. they teach you everything but they never give you the
keys to the kingdom , they may tell you it's there but not exactly
where you can find it.
and if you are fortunate enough, you
will move to the last phase, management!
here you learn that
trade/self management are the keys.
how you manage your position
so you can survive the unexpected market hits.
to survive to trade another day , to know that it's not the one
trade you are in that will make you or break you.
interested in the career aspect of trading , you start enjoying how
you make the dollars and not the dollars themselves.
then you are on your way.
Why I tell you this , is because
you are one the few lucky ones that luck / fate has brought to meet
The only approach that I could find with specific rules
to cover all aspects ( Selection , timing and management ).
The only teacher who talks about practical money management,
The only teacher who covers topics, to my knowledge , tha can not be
found anywhere else.
things that no one will teach, others
may teach you everything about their approach but you will still
but to learn that it's management , this will be your
biggest break through.
to sum it up, stop occupying yourself
with useless issues, no need to compare, know where you are in your
learning curve and get ready and be bold to move to the next phase
without looking back.
start applying and stop figuring out.
Know that any plan is no good if you are not going to follow
this is it ,and I want to tell you that I wrote this so that
one day some one may read it and save himself the pain of going
through what I have gone through.
>Nice one with the seminar. Really
learnt a lot, excellent value for money,
>and I'll be working
very hard over the coming months with the strategies and
>ideas picked up.
>Have a good rest of the
week in London and a safe flight back (to warmer
I'm sure you know that I was at the London Advanced
Seminar a few days back. Great seminar with Pieter, learned a lot.
You better watch it Joe because Pieter is snapping at your heels,
maybe he might even force you into early retirement!
I'm booked in with Tony DiNatale for a one-on-one seminar next
month. I want to see how he's approaching the market from a longer
term perspective. Haven't paid for that one yet, expect the money at
the end of this month.
So getting plenty of DiNapoli
experience and training. All going very well for me but my size is
still really small, profits and losses are mostly well under £50.
This business as we both know is LETHAL if you aren't at the top of
your game, and I'm not there yet hence the small size. In retrospect
the small size decision I made at the beginning of this year was a
master stroke. My plan is to get everything worked out for a proper
start with larger money at the beginning of 2012. That incidentally
will mean I've been working hardcore at your stuff for about 18
A H UK
Thoroughly enjoying the book, would like to action my
60 password please.
I'm also seriously interested in your
software, i'll probably be looking to set up a trial fairly soon.
I gather from the times of your responses to my mails your in
Bangkok as well as Joe. What a great city!! I'm
a long haul pilot for British Airways and I'm often in
Bangkok. I can see myself signing up to a seminar, not sure if
Bangkok or London would be my best option, but i would like to be
taught by Joe if at all possible.
All the Best,
Posted by N S
Equity post June
2011 ( 01 August 2011 at 6:42pm )
Just a point on that thought you menitoned below - the
longer I have been in this game the more and more it's about this
thought - almost everyday begins and ends with this thought process.
Thanks for the reminder. Golden:
Ok one last thought--
talk to a good pool player-- it aint just about getting the
ball into the pocket-- it is about positioning yourself for the next
Posted by Margaret L Singapore
Equity post June
2011 ( 05 August 2011 at 11:38pm )
I was lucky to have attended Joe's adv seminar in
Jan this year. So I know how to apply all these. This time, I just
look for index component stocks that met the following criteria:
1. Monthly below MACDP,
2. Weekly below MACDP,
Sell them when the daily is above MACDP and at an agreement point.
Tony's sharing and other experts
just confirms my reading of the chart. Thanks to all!
My heartfelt thanks to you ... to have learnt the
advanced techniques of TA from you. Although I have not fully sold
all my fav longs stocks, I am really grateful that I can see the
Tsunami coming this time and be prepared for it. Rather than looking
daze and not knowing what to do. I even have some successful shorts.
Do we need to bring laptops with internet connection? Do we need
to bring anything special?
I am staying at Sukhumvit at the Sallil Sukhumvit Soi 8 and I assume
it is walking distance to the training venue.
Thanks! Look forward to see u soon :)
PS: Wow, Joe's materials are amazing! So many Aha moments went off
during the Video and the Course!
Attendee Standard Private seminar
Joe, your recording for today (11th) was of great value to all of
us, and for me, remembering your instruments for trend IDing.
You keep well out there. We need you (Not just a question of
Thanks for taking your time to guide young
traders like me! I had an awesome time in Bangkok! The P-sem was way
way way beyond my expectations! I did my homework and was just
expecting minor clarifications. Boy, was I surprised!
are reasons why Joe is a top professional trader, and in the P-Sem,
he shared with us how the entire market systems works! Joe held
nothing back ... nothing! Knowledge of D-levels were key. I knew the
D-Levels were powerful, but I did not know that they were so
powerful as to be like the keys to the markets! To see how they
exposed the games professionals play .... wow! Now, it is time to
join the professionals at last! :)
To be honest, I did not
expect to get the amount of clarity and top-knotch strategic
information that Joe brought to the table information. The
information we received totally blew us away ! As far as I am
concern, Joe underpromised and overdelivered. I am glad I did the
homework Joe asked us to do before the P-sem as the knowledge
covered in the P-Sem really required the initial homework (knowing
D-levels in detail, I was able to follow the keys to the market
explanation clearly and concisely in the limited amount of time
The Markets have been getting tougher out there
lately. In the P-sem, I got clarity on what is actually happening.
As a result, I am looking forward to join the ranks of the
professionals (now I know where my Merc is going to come from at
last! :) ). Oh yes, I tried to look up certain information that Joe
taught in the seminar in the internet ... spookily it does not exist
in the internet .... this is really classified classified market
Joe did not cover the technical side only, he
also studied us as traders and he knew spot on where each of our
strength and weaknesses as traders would come from. That was
uncanny! We could have picked up the best technicals, but if our
psychology was not up to it, Joe highlighted it to us there and
I experienced Joe as a caring teacher who takes pride
in what he teaches and takes care of his student's interests. For
example, Joe would wait for all of us to have our A-ha moments
before moving on ... no one was left behind. His language can be
tough and insensitive at times, but hey, markets are tough and
insensitive and we got used to it very quick. Big lessons on and off
I would highly recommend people who want to bring
their trading game to the next level to Joe's P-Sem. I should have
done this 5 years ago when I first heard of Joe Dinapoli. Really
wished I had done this way way earlier (could have saved me a lot of
money, time and heartache).
Thanks Khun Joe. I owe you one!
good to hear u r ok . in the news it seems as if
bangkok is sinking under the water and u were gone from the forum. i
thought that is strange since we have a weekly buy signal.
hope to see u again next year. previous p-sem has done
great things to my trading. the bottom line is telling that.
keep dry and the girls happy.
It has been an amazing P-sem, with Kun Joe...
I am sure we all agree that we have learnt so much from Joe Dinapoli
in a span of 3 days... thank you Joe.
Of course, there is Bangkok Thailand... (amazing too ; )
Had lots of fun.
Hopefully we will all stay in touch, and there is no doubt that
all of us will go on to become great Dinapoli Traders.
Please find attached some photos, and more importantly, the email
contacts for all attendees for the advance P-sem.
May Dlevels be with you...
Advanced Private-seninar attendee
Thanks once again for your invaluable guidance during the A Sem.
A lot of things for me to refine and move on. Below please find
some thoughts about ASem from my side. Do feel free to share the
love with future participants.
Do keep me in the loop about future PSem and ASem.
Thanks a million once again, Khun Joe!
The Advance Seminar was a big eye opener for me. After having read
Joe Dinapoli's book "Trading with Dinapoli Levels" and attending
one of Joe DiNapoli's Private Seminars, I thought that I was well
equipped for trading the markets. I decided to attend the Advance
Seminar just to "round off" my education.
My, the Advance Seminar totally blew whatever I knew out of the
water! Someone once told me about the concept of "unconscious incompentence"
.... something along the lines of "I don't know that I don't know"
stuff. Well, by attending the Advance Seminar, I very quickly realized
how much I didn't know, and I did not even know that I did not know
... until I attended the Advance Seminar! Talk about being shown
I very quickly realized that some trading parameters had to change.
I picked up the importance of Advance Decline data, the importance
of using Pit Data (against using non-Pit data which I was relying
on) and many other critical finer details. We also traded the live
market, which added a new dimension to the word "live education".
The bad news is many of the stuff we picked up in ASem is not known
to many people (can't find it on the internet ... I tried!). The
good news is many of the stuff we picked up is not known to many
people ... ensuring that we have an advantage over the mass of people
out there trading their own signals in the markets!
During the Advance Seminar, I also met a lot of other more experienced
traders (people who trade real money by the bucket loads) who are
thriving in the market place using Dinapoli's methods. The information
and experience that these people freely shared with us was a great
confidence booster to me.
Finally, I realized "what works" and the beauty of it is, just follow
the system correctly and you will do great! If you asked me whether
I would go to the Advance Seminar, I would say it was a turning
point in my trading career, and you will pick up what you need to
pick up to take your trading to the next level ... guaranteed.
I am glad that I made promised myself I would do whatever it takes
to succeed ... then the universe opened the door for me to attend
Joe's ASem in Bangkok (oh, I only got a spot because someone else
couldn't make it ... else there was no spot for me). Other friends
flew in from States and Middle East (miles and miles away) and walked
away literally with tears in their eyes ... they had literally "seen
the light" for their trading practice and their potential hedge
fund practice. Oh, the experience that Joe shared about managing
hedge funds .... it was heart touching and right to the point.
It was awe inspiring for me to be part of the awesome experience.
Thanks Joe, for your love and invaluable guidance! I experienced
that I was at the right place, at the right time, with the right
people. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Joe, I believe I travelled the farthest this time, so I will
submit something. If it fits, use it. Otherwise....
Prior to the A-Sem with Joe in Bangkok, I would never
believe I had such cranial bandwidth. No other explanation for
the quantity of new and improved information downloaded into my
brain. I will be unpacking for some time to come. Also,
I was stunned to learn of 4 or 5 other people as passionate as
myself at learning the profitable use of TWDL. Finally, I
could not overlook the opportunity to create a trade or trade setup
Joe deemed worthy of use to instruct and enlighten the whole
group. Oh...what a feeling!
Everything I had hoped for, minus "boys night out",
but we managed... next time!! My thoughts are as follows and
Trading is like a professional
sport. Professional athletes, as do professional
traders, train, compete and are paid at the highest
levels. Without a DiNapoli education and training, one is
a hopeful, minor league player playing in a very
dangerous, even life threatening arena. As professional
athletes get hurt, sidelined, retired or die as the result of the
game, so do professional traders. Prepare well,
learn DeNapoli, trade better.