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In this session you will discover the most common trading system mistakes. You will see how to identify if these are impacting your own trading, and what to do about it. You will also see how to diagnose which of the "Big 3" categories you may want to focus on to improve your trading results. Many traders are not even aware of the importance of these factors, and struggle because they don't understand how to (1) identify these mistakes, and (2) adapt their trading so these mistakes no longer drag their trading results down.

At the end of the session we will look at the live markets for "Naked" trades, so bring your questions to the online event!

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