March 24, 2016
After decades of trading, most all major markets, I've learned that the key to trading success, in any type of market environment, usually starts out with market direction but there is one trading strategy that is equally likely to profit whether the market you're trading goes up, down or sideways.
In this video, I'll show you a Guide To A High Powered Trading Setup that uses a Market Neutral Trading Strategy that is a win...win...in "Bull Markets or Bear Markets".
THE MOVIE: A HIGH POWERED TRADING SETUP THAT USES A MARKET NEUTRAL TRADING STRATEGY
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