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In this Session Jose will plan and execute trades as the market present them real-time.

The focus of this session will be the use of larger time-frames in order to catch and ride intermediate-term and long-term moves to profit from.

The method uses a very specific set of rules that makes the approach to trading totally objective leading to precise mechanical steps to produce professional consistent action while managing risk at all times…

Jose is counting on you to be perfectly disciplined when joining his sessions in order for such consistent action to translate into consistent results.

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