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Your analysis on the next trade setup is complete, but now begins the most crucial part of the trading process; the ART of the Trade. A well planned trade is broken down into three key components: A – Account, R – Risk, and T-Trade A trade breaks down like this: Analysis complete. Conviction determined. Position size calculated. Orders entered. Position managed. Trade ends. Results accumulated. Repeat …. Whether you're managing a $10,000 account or a multi-million dollar account, each of these aspects needs careful considerable for the long term viability of a successful trader. Join professional traders Todd Gordon and Jackie Fogg as they uncover the "ART of the Trade”. Learn to handle your valuable trading capital like a professional to produce long-term success as a trader.

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