Generic Questions for our Meetup Webinar TONIGHT on The Year 2014 in our FIRST Trading Non Techie Babble Session

(Last Updated On: December 29, 2014)
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Generic Questions for our Meetup Webinar on  The Year 2014 in our FIRST Trading Non Techie Babble Session

I am keeping these questions general in our first ‘traders club’ online. I am hoping this will evoke a good discussion which will get posted onto my Youtube channel at

1.    What is your primary focus in terms of trading instrument/security/asset class? E.g. Options, futures, forex, stocks, mutual funds/indices, fixed income, etc? What shows the most profit potential? Why do you think that is?
2.    Will 2015 be a more profitable trading year as compared to 2014? What your is
3.  What is your primary short term profit goals and trading strategy going into early 2015? Any specific areas you can discuss?

See you tonite at 7 PM Eastern Standard Time.
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Access Code: 132-070-381

Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting

Meeting ID: 132-070-381

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