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See how to spot the Squeeze…as in the Short Squeeze to win big trades. to claim your seat to he

See how to spot the Squeeze…as in the Short Squeeze to win big trades. [image] Hey Trader, On Tuesday, August 16th at Noon ET I’ll be sharing one of my favorite trading strategies, the Short Squeeze. During this live training we’ll go through… - Identifying stocks likely to “POP” - The strategy to trade Short Squeezes - How to build a trading plan around the Big Squeeze - The PERFECT Tool to quickly and consistently find these opportunities I’ll also be sharing the four indicators of finding short squeeze candidates. One of the key indicators is “Unusual Activity”. We’ll go over what that looks like and how to identify it. The other three indicators will be shared during the training. So you’ll need to [register now](=) to claim your seat to hear all the details about this strategy. This Exclusive Live Training will also cover how hitting a short squeeze can yield HUGE profits. Plus, you’ll see exactly how to TIME these trades so that you’re not the one left holding the bag. [12 Second Registration](=) Showing up is all it takes to learn this method and understand the tools. From there you can trade these Short Squeezes in just minutes a day while also minimizing your risk. Trying to squeeze into this one at the last minute may not work (I had to do a Dad Joke here). [Claim your spot today.]( For your success, Dan [Profile Image] Dan Passarelli Market Taker Mentoring dan@markettaker.com (779) 324-2110 - Work Any trading strategies discussed in this email are for educational and informative purposes only. All information disclosed in this email should not be considered complete in its entirety. Market Taker Mentoring, Inc. will not be held responsible for changes, oversights, errors or omissions. Dates, prices, news and other information may not be accurate. Please verify all information before trading. You alone are responsible for your own investment decisions. Options involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. Before trading options, please read Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Option (ODD), which can be obtained from your broker; by calling (888) OPTIONS; or from The Options Clearing Corp., 125 S. Franklin St., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60606. No statement is intended to be a recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any security or to provide investment or trading advice. Traders and investors considering options should consult a professional tax advisor as to how taxes may affect the outcome of contemplated options transactions. Market Taker Mentoring makes no guarantees of trading results. Results may vary. Past performance does not indicate future results. Copyright Market Taker Mentoring, Inc. 2008 - 2020. All rights reserved. Reproducing or redistributing this content is a violation of federal law. [Unsubscribe]( Market Taker Mentoring, Inc. PO Box 117 Frankfort, Illinois 60423 United States

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