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A piggyback ride for traders

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We can ride on the backs of the pros together to win at trading. Truth is…We Can. By seeing wha

We can ride on the backs of the pros together to win at trading. [image] Hi Trader, Ever try to make a 3 year old happy? You never know what it’s going to take. But one thing almost always makes them happy…a piggyback ride. Why? They probably feel in Charge because they are on top of the “big guy”...in control…having fun… [What if we could bring that same principle to your trading?]() Truth is…We Can. By seeing what the big money does we can identify the trades that are likely to win. You see, these big guys aren’t just smart…they have access…(they also have careers on the line with every trade they make). Which is important because if we can see what they are trading in real-time we can gain valuable information about where their skill and experience AND Information think a particular asset is going. We’re getting a piggyback ride from the big boys and girls. And that’s exciting… Guess what… I’m a former big guy turned Trading Mentor, and am doing training on how you can identify BIG TRADES in real-time. Trades that are career boosters or enders for the trader that made them. Think about it for a second…would they risk that much money on something that wasn’t a high probability win? Probably not. [CLAIM SEAT]() Join Me for this workshop on Tuesday, September 27th at 4:30 PM ET and learn how to piggyback off the big guys. Trade Smart, Dan 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 - 2022. All rights reserved. Reproducing or redistributing this content is a violation of federal law. Market Taker Mentoring respects your inbox. [Manage your email preferences.](=) [Unsubscribe]( Market Taker Mentoring, Inc. PO Box 117 Frankfort, Illinois 60423 United States

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