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In the stock market, there are only 3 things you need to know:
1. Uptrends and how to trade them
2. Downtrends and how to trade them
3. Changes In Trends and how to identify them
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From one of our happy campers:
4-17 Hi I Hope you and youre family are staying healthy. As like most people, my income came to an abrupt halt several weeks ago. Had it not been for you and what I have learned from you over the past years, I would have been totally sunk. Seriously. Im in the real estate biz. We own and manage over 35 properties. Most of our tenants are restaurants. They had to stop paying rent which meant our income stopped. Each week I managed to make between $3k and $5k trading, with the exception of this week only $800.
Taking what you teach I was able to bring in weekly income to sustain ourselves. I was able to keep centered and not allow myself to be overwhelmed by fear. I went long, I went short and by the end of each week was able to grind out several thousand dollars of wins. Of course I was not without my mistakes. Basically buying when I should have waited and visa versa. But at the end of the day, Im proud that I am able to use the tools you teach and become a more consistent trader that can pull some $ out of the market on a weekly basis. Ive developed more confidence in my skills and now know that I can keep cash flowing going forward. Thank you, Be well. Marc N.
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