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(Last Updated On: October 29, 2014)

Register for The Four Components of Market Structure by a Forex Trader

Thanks to one omy local Meetup members

I am doing a FREE webinar: “The Four Components of Market Structure” at 7:30 PM EASTERN (-5 GMT) on WEDNESDAY October 29, 2014 

CLICK HERE for complete details and to register!


Most people don’t succeed at their trading because they fail to master their own thinking–they usually have very sophisticated market knowledge and a lot of experience.  


But the fact is–markets aren’t structured like you think they are in the first place….making your thinking and market knowledge even MORE critical to master. The first step is to learn what the markets are made of; learn what the “DNA” is all about….


So please come on Wednesday–I have a FREE gift for you just for attending–so check it out and see if what I have can really help you shorten your learning curve.  


NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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