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Guys, I am a hugely successful trader who traded trillions of forex for Barclays Bank and was then recruited into a prop firm.  I am so successful that after 16 years, I quit my job and have decided to offer non-technical analysis technical analysis courses to online punters for the enormously discounted price of £1000 (introductory course only, not including one-to-one mentorship).  I will teach you the secrets of trading success, such as VWAP, which nobody else has the experience to teach you that I have.

And I am doing all of this out of the goodness of my heart!  Just look at these positive reviews that I did not pay for.

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3 hours ago, dmedin said:

Guys, I am a hugely successful trader who traded trillions of forex for Barclays Bank and was then recruited into a prop firm.  I am so successful that after 16 years, I quit my job and have decided to offer non-technical analysis technical analysis courses to online punters for the enormously discounted price of £1000 (introductory course only, not including one-to-one mentorship).  I will teach you the secrets of trading success, such as VWAP, which nobody else has the experience to teach you that I have.

And I am doing all of this out of the goodness of my heart!  Just look at these positive reviews that I did not pay for.

I would never understand anyone who knows 'successful' trading practically having a 'key' to unlimited wealth why would waste his/her time training others for such meager money.....and if the cause is charity then it should be free...

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