[PRESENTATION] Trading Process - Keys to Success

by | Feb 21, 2020

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  1. Excellent presentation, I heard a lot of good things.

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  2. Great personality, presentation and real advise!

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    • I love this presentation thank you. I saw a little bit of me in every part of it­čśŹ

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  3. Really like how to keep in check, balance, never stop learning!!!

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  4. Great presentation!

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  5. Thank you! Good info. nice delivery as well.

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  6. nice presentation man.....let me know when and where is next cuz I am gonna be in the file row with my ears wide open

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  7. meant to say ' first raw' of course LOL

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  8. Left a message about your book
    Love your trading style and advice given if you can check out my message and let me know thanks and fantastic info well done Chris

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  9. Like your trading style and chatroom

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  10. Excellent Nate! I loved the 'charge rent' , patience x3s, and cosistency x3 ideas. This is the most valuable pieces I got out of this presentation.

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  11. Great presentation! Thanks for sharing and giving back to community.

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  12. Thank you for the presentation. Did you mean by compare the filings of $AIM and $MRNS to check if they have open shelf offering? How do you know there is an ongoing dilution when the stock is up big?

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  13. I was wondering if you can share some subsets of that High gap volume and dilution setup? Thank you!

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  14. Excellent and concise presentation. The psychology- consistency message hit home for me. Most educational opportunities are heavily weighted on the technical aspect of trading. Thank you!

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  15. Excellent talk, thanks

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