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One the premium service you will be able to give Steve some of your favourite products and let him analyse them for you in real time. Tell him your approach and trade ideas and bounce ideas in real time. This style of interaction would normally cost $300 per hour, so you will be getting more incredible value. Steve Will be giving away a number of free iView ‘Lite’ software packages for people who attend for this event. Watch the first part, "Steve Ruffley’s ultimate trading strategies", at 14.00 GMT.

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