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Have you ever entered a trade, saw yourself stopped out of it, just to see price begin moving your way right after you have been taken out of the trade?

Have you ever considered looking beyond the bars found in price charts in order to understand better how the underlying forces that move markets truly work?

Traders often execute trades out of “visible” information (such as charts, news reports, etc.) which often conflicts with what large market players do as they always try to hide their actions…

This session will open your eyes and help you understand what truly happens behind the scenes, enabling you to improve your trading decisions as you become aware of the two different forces that impact markets.

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