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In today’s session Jose shares his insights into how technology can help traders increase their efficiency, make trading simpler, saving themselves time and creating an edge in the market, whilst at the same time building a robust strategy to follow will help traders minimize fear. Jose shows how to use the technology to the trader’s advantage as he analyses various currency pairs, resulting in a planned entry on the EURCAD for a Position trade.

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