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Hi guys,

This January, GFF Brokers is sponsoring our Battlestations event:

They've also setup a very special offer for Elite Members to coincide with this event:

Offer to Receive free CME Market Data for all of 2019

Please register on to view futures trading content such as post attachment(s), image(s), and screenshot(s).

For Elite Members, GFF Brokers also has a special offer to receive FREE CME Market Data for all of 2019:
FREE CME Market Data for all of 2019 limited time off expires on January 31 2019!

Elite Members use this link:
Elite offer: FREE CME Market Data for all of 2019

Client must submit the online request form to opt-in to this offer. Offer expires on 1/31/2019. Free Market Data is limited to Non-Professional CME market data for new clients only. Accounts must be approved by the FCM and IB. Must Fund with a minimum $5,000. Non-Professional CME market data will be billed on the account and then reimbursed by GFF brokers each month for up to 12 months; expires on December 31, 2019. If there is no trading activity in the account for more than 30 days, GFF Brokers reserves the right to deactivate the market data on the account and client forfeits the remainder of the free market data. There is a substantial risk of loss in trading futures, options and forex.


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