Old ICT Torrent Files, Direct Download


sqa

Village Scribe
Ninja said:
Hi SQA: Thank you so much for putting these together. Going through them and there is a wealth of information there.

In the 25 days of Christmas section, the videos from 22-24 are missing. Do you have them by any chance? Or can suggest the topics they cover?

Thank you and have a good rest of Sunday.
When you're on ICT time... days 22-24 don't exist anyway. :p [There was, apparently, nothing released those days]
 

profitbug

New Member
Dear Mr.Scribe,
I REALLY DON'T want to look such a glorious gift horse in the mouth but I have to ask whether you've have scanned files for nasties?

Sorry to even ask - ouch!
 

sqa

Village Scribe
profitbug said:
Dear Mr.Scribe,
I REALLY DON'T want to look such a glorious gift horse in the mouth but I have to ask whether you've have scanned files for nasties?

Sorry to even ask - ouch!
The files were compressed by me, so they're original compressions. And I'm pretty sure even Google's server would scan a compressed file for trojans or viruses. But if you want to download one and hit it with an antivirus checker, I have no qualms.
 

Yakuza

Member
Thank You Sqa... that was some amount of work to correlate all that information into one place.. I'm a newbie to ICT, about a month now. With the information from the web site and these back dated items I was wondering if you would mind suggesting the most effective method to learn the huge amount of information.. i.e where to begin and move on from there... etc..
Appreciate any advice..
Yak
 

sqa

Village Scribe
Yakuza said:
Thank You Sqa... that was some amount of work to correlate all that information into one place.. I'm a newbie to ICT, about a month now. With the information from the web site and these back dated items I was wondering if you would mind suggesting the most effective method to learn the huge amount of information.. i.e where to begin and move on from there... etc..
Appreciate any advice..
Yak

http://fxgears.com/forum/index.php/topic,410.0.html

That was my second crack at it. My third was going to be after the MM series was complete and ICT was done. ICT's attempts to bait anyone into a trading competition (so far having failed to lure anyone in) has somewhat kept him around. The Introduction Guide v2 still pretty much is the way to go about it. Most of the old files aren't too useful since he moved almost all of the good bits into the "WENT" series. (He simply re-rendered most of his older videos into a little more straight forward order)

The gem in the older torrent is the "Inside the Range" webinar. He was manually recorded by someone else, but it's a really good one for keeping your head about what you're doing, since Ranges will tend to hold.

I eventually will make a v3 of the Introduction Guide, with further thoughts on a lot of the hurdles you'll always have to deal with. But the short version is that it will take a lot of time, effort and work. There's no short-cut around that.
 

Yakuza

Member
sqa said:
http://fxgears.com/forum/index.php/topic,410.0.html

That was my second crack at it. My third was going to be after the MM series was complete and ICT was done. ICT's attempts to bait anyone into a trading competition (so far having failed to lure anyone in) has somewhat kept him around. The Introduction Guide v2 still pretty much is the way to go about it. Most of the old files aren't too useful since he moved almost all of the good bits into the "WENT" series. (He simply re-rendered most of his older videos into a little more straight forward order)

The gem in the older torrent is the "Inside the Range" webinar. He was manually recorded by someone else, but it's a really good one for keeping your head about what you're doing, since Ranges will tend to hold.

I eventually will make a v3 of the Introduction Guide, with further thoughts on a lot of the hurdles you'll always have to deal with. But the short version is that it will take a lot of time, effort and work. There's no short-cut around that.
Apologies... I didn't realise you had already completed the guide.. Hopefully I won't ask any more questions that you have already dealt with... Fantastic job again... appreciate all the work.. I will put a lot of effort into this, especially considering the work it took to create it!! I have utilised your suggested reading... Thank you for all the information.. you are the Star Scribe.... :))
 

cooloughboy

New Member
Hi there, first just to say a massive thank you for putting together the link to the torrent files. I had looked around for some time for these files and to have them all in one place is very much appreciated.
I would like to ask if you are to help further by making ICT indicators available? I have spent time looking for these also but I havent been able to find them apart from the ADR indicator that you have made available on this link.
thanks again
 

Computater707

Well-Known Member
welcome to fx gears. search through the different forums when you feel like it here are some gems.

Look through

Tools of the Trade/Execution Platforms/Indicators

there are forums that have the original ICT indis and also several people have contributed there own indis that are ICT based.
 

Findurtalent

New Member
I have been looking for these for the last 48 hours.
I really don't know why ICT's YT channel is not popular.

Thank you very very much..
Words are inadequate.
If you have direct contact with Michael, please send my appreciation for the man.
I thought the best forex trainings are paid ones.. until the other day when I came across babypips website.
The moment I started watching his videos, I told myself, "this is exactly what I am looking for!!!"
Started downloading.
Many thanks.
 

Computater707

Well-Known Member
Hi findurtalent. welcome here. I like you forum name' I hope you find it and profit from it.

Most of ICTs original stuff is at the beginning of this thread. You should search the market maker series thread because sqa and others post links to videos on the ICT website. You should have found his website and have access to his series. Also he is most active on twitter if you want to chase him down. There are also several other profitable traders that use and share examples of profitable trades they have made.

You are going to find that people either love or hate ICT and the haters hate loudly. I suggest that you take what you find that works for you and ignore the emotional spew both positive and negative.

One last thing. There is a member of this forum who is an old school elite trader named shopster. There are references on other threads about a system he has used very profitably for years. He has already explained his system on another old forum. I find that his system is much simpler to learn and that mixing his price action concepts with ICT's can be useful. For one thing I find that using Shops expansion fib settings on a 1 hr order block can make it easier to identify retracement or expansion targets that often coincide with other order blocks and judas swing targets.
 

mememe

New Member
Hi guys,

Just signing in really and registering my intention to have a more in depth look at ICTs teaching/work.
From what I can tell so far, I'm going to like it. I certainly like him as a personality. He holds my attention well, which is quite a feat in it's self!

Thanks to ICT and you guys who're still helping :thumbsup:

I have seen plenty of info on his indicators but, do you know if they have been converted to MT5?
 

the golden gun

RINSE & REPEAT
ICT VIDEOS??

ICT VIDEOS YOU SAY???

Here's some good folks who thought it might be a good idea to checkout some "ICT VIDEOS":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0APF3SO9tqE
 

mememe

New Member
Computater707 said:
Not to my knowledge
Ok, thanks. I will go back to MT4 to look at this.
I don't like using indis but, if I'm going to, it makes sense to use the same ones as ICT himself.
 

the golden gun

RINSE & REPEAT
Jack said:
Don't be too dramatic there GG
I can only assume that's how garry & gang perceives them!

I can sum up ICT's latest 1 hour sermon video for anyone that has better things to do:

Gambling Bad,
Trading (with a plan) Good,
and some obligatory block analysis at the end.
 

garry

the art of war
the golden gun said:
I can only assume that's how garry & gang perceives them!

I can sum up ICT's latest 1 hour sermon video for anyone that has better things to do:

Gambling Bad,
Trading (with a plan) Good,
and some obligatory block analysis at the end.
Bit more like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhCKHLDBnwI
 

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