Thursday, December 31, 2015

Forex trading using MMT. The only applied MMT course is right here!

There's a lot of academic MMT talk and discussion out there, we know that. But how about learning how to apply that knowledge, as in, making money with it?

If you are interested in that then you should get my Forex video course. It's 30 hours of intensive training in Forex trading. I teach my acclaimed system of Market Composition + MMT + Mental Game.

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"The idea of using market composition for entries was new to me as well -- ingenious!  The entries I had used before were momentum based, i.e. trendline breaks, indicator crossovers, candlestick patterns, etc.  Now I'm using market composition for entries, and am getting filled at amazing prices. This makes managing the trades so much easier, too, as price usually does move in the desired direction once it reaches levels where the composition is meaningful.  Already my profits have improved greatly as a result of this."

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