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Is School of Trade legitimate? (www.schooloftrade.com)

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Call global if u don't believe me not that it matters cause it says right in his disclaimer that there simulated , but he also tells u to paper trade for a few months before live trading to learn the system

It's funny how you guys hate on people making money , nobody forced you to trade

@benrock, out of curiosity, why are you even searching for a trading room signal service? You've listed in your profile that you are a Master trader. Why would you want to copy or shadow someone else?

As a Master trader, surely you understand that saying something like "I made $1,000 two days in a row" means absolutely nothing. That is like saying "The system wins 90% of the time". We are missing a huge piece of information. A win percentage is worthless, without knowing what the risk/reward or total expectancy is. Just like saying you made profit two days in a row, without knowing the other days of the trading year and their results.

I hope you find what you are looking for.

Mike

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