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(Last Updated On: October 20, 2014)
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Pow wow: Can you use government source data to predict the markets for profit?
Monday, October 27, 2014

I want to you hear from you on this topic! I am using this within my internal automated trading system where I use sources like PMI, Consumer Sentiment, etc. I focus on on the top 3 regions within the world including USA, China, and Europe. What do you use? How do you acquire it? Does it work? Let’s talk about it!

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Mon Nov 03
7:00 PM

Pow wow: How future and options data can impact the equity markets next day?
Mon Nov 10
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