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In this webinar Alex is going to strip everything back and teach you a simple and highly profitable price action trading strategy. Far too often, traders to try to complete things by adding unnecessary indicators, creating arbitrary rules or practically anything else to avoid taking losses. This is not the way to trade, we cannot be right 100% of the time, we don’t need to be. As long as we can be profitable in the long run a 70% strike rate is good enough. In this webinar Alex is not going to teach you to get rich overnight, instead he is going to teach a solid strategy that will serve you for years to come and help you achieve your financial goals.

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