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This is why they call me the NASDAQ SLAYER

I'll start by saying that this is not a brag post... not at all. This is actually a waking call for you!

It really amazes me how low people put their education in their priorities list. Here at Forex Trading Essentials we believe that an investment on your education is the best investment you can ever make; and that's the main reason we lowered our cost to the entire public.

Last week we killed it trading the Nasdaq with 2 great short setups that were sent in the PRO Member's Equities Channel. That's the channel for trade ideas exclusive to Global Equities ( we have over 13 trade idea channels btw).

Let me show you both trade ideas with the annotated charts I sent my subscribers.

This first one was sent on Wednesday.

And this one was sent on Friday. As you can see the targets on the first trade were hit within a day... Easy to follow stuff right?

Well this is the result of that second trade taken:

But wait, there's more. We continue to slay the dragon. After a super bearish week we were looking to short the Nasdaq again, should a setup develop under our key level.

What happened after was obvious. The Nasdaq reversed and bulls started to pile up and drive price up. Our short bias was dead. But we are traders, we make money in any market.

As the market reversed from the lows I flipped my bias to long and found a great spot to buy the Nasdaq. I'm riding this position right now and it has a massive potential to the upside given the fact that we are recovering from a tech selloff from the past couple of weeks.

I'll try to ride this for a real swing trade to all time highs.

Here's the setup sent to my subscribers today:

It really is this simple.

Again, I'm not here to brag about this but rather show you what I do and how my subscribers are taking advantage of it.

If you are serious about taking control of your trading take my 30% discount for life and I'll see you on the inside.


"Success isn't owned. It's leased, and rent is due every day." - J. J. Watt

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