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Florence
 
 
Posts: 13 since Jan 2021
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Hello, I started trading in paper when I was 13-14 years old in the early 2000 in forex with MetaTrader but in a discretionary way, then I put aside this passion of mine since a year back, when I dived deep in algorithmic and systematic trading. I was asked by the husband of my sister, a discretionary trader, to make a system for him, so I learned some basics of MQL and I liked the whole world of quantitative and algorithmic and systematic trading. So after developing the system for him I started to develop some other EAs for me and study more the matter and lost quite some monies trading forex mechanically and try to do meanwhile also some investements.
Then I discovered and started to trade seasonal spreads on agricultural futures, I am still suffering and not in breakeven but seems like now I am recovering, from subscriptions costs of a well known seasonal research app. Meanwhile I am studying more and I am close to start putting live some serious algo trading systems with multicharts, I also decided to quit my job and I hope to make quantitative algo trading a profession I can make my living with.

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Parma Italy
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Hi all and happy new year!! Hoping to begin the new year learning some new skills, down the intra-day rabbit hole. In the past I have typically invested for the long term, stocks mainly. But as I work in IT I am interested in trying out Multicharts and trying out some new intra-day strategies. So many possibilities and so little time.. I am currently living in Italy although I was born in Australia.
Pleasure to join the community.

Cheers

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CAMERON, MISSOURI
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Thinkorswim
Trading: Emin ES
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Hello

My name is Doug. I am just recently retired. I have been trading actively for the past year. After wading through over 20 books, dozens of websites and countless strategies and systems, I have decided to day trade and swing trade the E-mini. I am beginning to be quite successful. I also sector trade the SPY on a 30 day trading cycle. This is the first forum I have joined. I will be timid at first, reading many threads trying to learn as much as I can. I hope I can contribute to this site and help some of the members in their trading. Right now I am the student.

Doug

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Menomonie WI/USA
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Thank you for this forum, I am a new trader and trying not to blow up my account, I have several issues I need to conquer to become profitable and I do somethings well.
When I use support and resistance and wait for follow through, I do pretty good however I often get greedy and find myself wishing the price would resume back up so I can get the profit I was just excited about only to have my stop get stopped out.
I do have a decent set of indicators I'm using but I think having some form of news cycle on would be helpful as the other day the market was in a huge uptrend and I missed the first part of it so figured I'd get in on a pullback only to see the price change $2 and then continue lower yet I made the mistake of being set on the uptrend which is another mental issue I need to conquer. I need to learn to stop telling the market what to do and let the market tell me the story !
Happy investing!

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West Hills
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Hello,

My name is Bob. I am grateful to have the opportunity to be a part of this trading community. I have been trading for a few years, read books, studied chart patterns, candle stick etc. I am still working so I mostly swing trade. I would like to learn more about trading futures. I hope I will have the chance to do so and hopefully be able to contribute in positive way. Thanks big Mike.

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Washington, DC
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Just joined today. This probably something Iíve been missing. Looking forward to it, thanks for having me.

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Coachella Valley, CA USA
 
 
Posts: 2 since Jan 2021
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Good day all,

Long time listener first time caller....

Actually came across this recently and after a few google searches and landing here multiple times for random inquiries figured it be best to sign up. I just started my adventure into Futures trading over the original COVID shutdown period. My father has been day trading for some time and recently started with Futures and learned about the Combines. He has been coaching me, good over the phone bonding time the last 6 months, and has given me some great metrics to follow. Only thing holding me back is myself and some self control. FOMO and revenge trades are the death of me but slowly getting there. I'm using both TopStep and LeeLoo along with Tradovate and NT8. Look forward to reading great info here. Only loved these forums back when I blew my cash on car and motorcycle hobbies.

Cheers,
Steven

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Leominster Massachusetts United States
 
 
Posts: 2 since Jan 2021
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Hey, I found this site thru PatsTrading YouTube videos. I could not find a practical strategy that I could easily follow that made perfect sense. I'm still learning but at least now I know why the trade didn't work.
I started investing and swing trading back in the arly 2000's. I lost ALOT of money,,,,,,,ALOT😭. But there is something about trading, especially daytrading that I have that passion for that keeps me coming back and hopefully one day will help me retire at 63 and still have a positive income.
Starting in 2020 I've switched to selling vertical options thru TD thinkorswim by following TheoTrade's strategy of using the expected move in weekly and monthly options and have finally had some success. But my passion is daytrading, dont ask me why, I dont know. Since the first time I saw how "easy" it was to make money daytrading I was hooked. So bc selling weekly and monthly options doesn't take up much time I finally took the leap and bought NinjaTrader8 and stumbling onto Macs videos and seeing his strategies was like discovering the Holy Grail. I'm still learning the strategy but I'm (against my default independent personality) also realizing how important belonging to a trading community is so here I am.
RealTeam6.

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Scottsdale, AZ
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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A cheery good day and happy new year!

I trade options, straight puts and calls, I've been doing for several years, blown up a couple of accounts like everybody does, and learned the joy of risk management and I am building back up.

I'm on TD Ameritrade, use ToS, and actually came here looking for ThinkScript code to detect trend on a MA. Found it! Thank you all. Looking forward to a profitable year and contributing to the community.

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jacksonville florida
 
 
Posts: 2 since Mar 2016
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Hey guys,

I joined a few years ago but decided to trade FX and have just recently (re)discovered futures. I trade mean reversion and have done pretty well with it in FX and wanted to expand my horizon and trade futures.On that note I have a quick question. I know that in FX the spreads widen at 5 pm EST. Nothing crazy, but they widen. This past week I was trading NKD on Tradingview paper trading account and I had 8 contracts for a floating loss of $4,150. When 5 pm hit on Friday the loss sky rocketed to $115,000! I am not new to trading, but I am new to Futures. Can someone please tell me whether this was just a glitch in Tradingviews software, or do end of day spreads really widen to such a ridiculous amount ? When I looked at the loss again today it was back to $4,150. I am looking to trade using Tradovate. I have heard they have low spreads and good execution and customer service. Maybe people with some experience could give me an answer regarding the tradingview situation. My gut tells me it was a glitch but I might be wrong which is why I am asking on this forum. Thank you all for your time and I look forward to hearing from some of you.

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Raleigh North Carolina/USA
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Newbie here, just started trading a few months the ago. Trying not to blow up my account, trying to learn from others. There is so much information out here and not sure where to start and Who to follow. Hoping to get direction from this forum and connect with like minded people.

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MUNDELEIN,IL
 
 
Posts: 1 since Dec 2020
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Hello Everyone
I am new here. Like many of the posts I have read here, I have had a problem with Futures Trading. In my case, it was errors on the trading platform at Transact Futures that had this grown man weeping. If you are interested in learning more you can see my website at transact.billswebsite.online. I am very angry and would like to call out unscrupulous futures exchanges and brokers.

I look forward to learning and exchanging ideas with all of you. I am glad I am here because I need people smarter than I am so I can do well trading futures.

Thank you and I look forward to working with you

Bill

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Dunwoody + Georgia/DeKalb
 
Experience: Advanced
Platform: NinjaTrader
Trading: SPY, Options, Stocks
 
Posts: 6 since Apr 2020
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Trading is a lifetimes education. Take it slowly and don't be in a hurry to use real $. This website is like taking a sip from a fire hose...a big one at that.

Best of luck,

G


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Newbie here, just started trading a few months the ago. Trying not to blow up my account, trying to learn from others. There is so much information out here and not sure where to start and Who to follow. Hoping to get direction from this forum and connect with like minded people.


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Baltimore, MD/USA
 
Experience: None
Platform: Looking
Trading: Futures
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Hey everyone!

Completely new with trading, looking forward to learning from everyone here and getting started in the world of trading!

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Vancouver, Canada
 
 
Posts: 5 since Oct 2020
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Also new here and to trading futures. Looking forward to learning from all the content available here.

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Toronto Canada
 
 
Posts: 2 since Jan 2021
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Hi Mike and fellow traders,

I am a newbie to trading and look forward to learn and contribute on this forum.

Thanks
Ram

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Las Vegas, Nevada
 
 
Posts: 15 since Jan 2021
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Hey relatively new to this forum ! I had an account a long long time ago but I forgot the user name and password. Looking forward to learning and contributing. I have been looking in and out of the forum for a long time over the years but nothing too serious.

Looking forward to contribute and talk about some of the traders I have followed.

I have taken 4 of the Dr. Van Tharp workshops and they are awesome and great ! Very very good

The ones I took were based on Psychology and growing as a person AND the Systems Building Classes were pretty damn cool also. Very very extensive.

I should start a few threads on those.

But I think Dr. Van K Tharp is really where traders should start honestly. It should be top priority for you to start there and then "branch" from there. In my opinion. Then take some math, statistics, programming classes if you want to make your own indis. or buy someone else's system or systems and learn from them....

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romsey
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Hi everyone, am a newbie using a demo account till ready but have only been focusing on crude oil futures as it seems a bit less hectic then Mes and Es, and just want to learn and contribute as much as I can, many thanks Sam

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Townsville
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jun 2013
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Hello,
I am a trader IN Australia, and I trade mainly the e-mini.
Am I successful. Not really.
I will be called successful when I can count on a regular weekly repeating income. orrrrrr I can afford to buy a Fleming 58 Motor Vessel.
In the mean time I AM getting better.
I am a total advocate of Al Brooks, and have truly improved having taken his course. I can honestly recommend it. There are so many pretenders out there but AL Brooks is a bit of a " Master" although some call him an eccentric. I believe he is.
It takes eccentrics to be at the " leading edge". Believe me Al is at that edge.

I started life as a SHARE trader and used the Bourse Data Platform. It was absolutely GREAT but sadly " lost its way ".
I decided to take up futures indices and have used CMC as a broker. Do I recommend them . Maybe but they have their own interests FIRST as we all do. If you didnt realise this IS a CLOSED END GAME you need to. By that I mean ,...... when you WIN a position SOMEONE has to lose.....
My biggest mistake is greed followed by not admitting I am wrong when I AM.
My damage always comes from taking too big a position. Too big a contract. Very very damaging. If you follow the rules Of AL Brooks and the VITAL place to PUT your stop loss, then the size of your contract is automatically determined. When you analyse your winning and losing trades Al is ALWAYS right. I hope this is of some small help to someone. Trading is a great thing to do, but it isnt a walk in the park.
Henry

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Malaysia
 
 
Posts: 1 since Aug 2018
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Hi all, I am a newbie to trading(still trading in demo account) and look forward to learn on this forum.

Thanks

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Parowan, Utah/USA
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: NinjaTrader, ThinkOrSwim
Trading: E-mini
 
Posts: 1 since May 2020
Thanks: 3 given, 1 received

My name is Michael Fletcher; I have been a member of the community for roughly 9 months and have enjoyed a few of the threads. I work at home as a translator so adding translation to my "portfolio" is a good addition, as my work is flexible time wise.

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Melbourne, Australia
 
Experience: Advanced
Platform: TradeStation
Broker: Interactive Brokers
Trading: Futures
 
Posts: 1 since Aug 2013
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G'day all from Victoria, Australia. My name is Trevor and I'm a retired IT project manager, originally from England, emigrated to Oz in 1986.

I've been trading for over 10 years and have traded every market, method, platform under the sun including stocks, options, futures, forex and CFDs. Sometimes successfully. Always had a big focus on risk control so have never lost hugely but my equity curve over that time is not too impressive.

I realised early on that I'm the weakest link in the chain due to my psychology and have always focused on mechanical trading methods, ideally automated but spent a huge of time trying to build stuff that worked (usually it didn't). I made all the usual mistakes of over optimizing and curve fitting.

In the last 18 months or so I have found success in algo trading futures, mainly eminis but also gold, crude and soybeans. Mostly my success has been with bought or leased strategies from a couple of reputable vendors/traders. The trick is to blend the strategy mix into a portfolio that reduces drawdowns and can handle a variety of market conditions, an art that I am still learning. I'm researching and generating my own strategies now using a couple of commercial frameworks.

My preferred platform and datafeed is Tradestation, but I trade with Interactive Brokers and send the TS signals to IB using NinjaTrader as a bridge. I've also used Multicharts and Ninja to run strategies but had a lot of technical and datafeed problems., especially MC recently. Hoping to get help from this community with some of these issues.

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bento goncalves rs/brazil
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: ninjatrader
Trading: emini es
 
Posts: 1 since Aug 2017
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Hello, Guilherme from Brazil. I'm still learning ninjatrader scripts and found some threads here in Futures.io very useful to my learning. Hope to help others soon.

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Markham
 
 
Posts: 1 since Aug 2019
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Hello Traders
I have been around 528 days on here but first time posting.

I often post on LINKEDIN and here is the link for todays post:

NQ :: Getting #Powered for another PUSH UP eh !?!
FIB based chart that says it all. Picture is worth a MILLION words at times.

If prices move under Jan 6th low, we need revisit n reuse our thinking caps.

FIB Projections are Mathematical and Probable targets ... nothing less or nothing more. Yes FIB CLUSTERS have more power then just one.


Think RISK and FOLLOW YOUR TRADE RULES !!!! Lots $$$$ either way
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Think risk always. Scale in and Scale out of positions based on personal Risk tolerance and appetite. Never EVER Risk any money in markets that you cannot afford to lose without losing your MIND, Sleep or your Lifestyle.
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PS: Educational purposes only. Rule based "TREND DOTS ALGO" on PRICE CHARTS optimised for Volatility, has built in STOPS. Not a recommendation to buy or sell ever. Talk first to your advisor.

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Kyiv Ukraine
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: NT8
Broker: NinjaTrader Brokerage
Trading: Emini ES
 
Posts: 1 since Apr 2020
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Greetings from newcomer. I am studying scalping ES and NQ.
Thank you Big Mike for this wonderful forum!

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chicago, IL usa
 
 
Posts: 8 since Jan 2021

Addy from Chicago, trading 9 years, visited over 2000 sites, 99% do not trade, they sell.

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Leicester
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jun 2019
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Glad to be apart of the futures.io community

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Columbmia, SC, USA
 
 
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Greetings.

Only a few months in to trading futures but this website keeps popping up on searches.

Used IB and TDA for trading at first, switched to Ninja for better margins, and officially hate the interface, so looking for something better.

VERY interested in algo trading. Haven't gotten into it yet.

Mostly trade e-minis and micro e-minis. Lost more than I care to admit this past week when the market dropped considerably. Couldn't get back to my PC in time to make sure my daily positions and and what not on ninja were being hit. 100% my fault, but figured i'd come here to see about other people's experience with other FCM's platforms.

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Cleveland+OH
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: TOS
Trading: Emini ES
 
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Thanks for over 12 years contributing in the field, altho I only know this forum for two years. And am looking forward to keep learning as time passes. Glad to join!
Peter Cleveland, US.

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San Antonio, TX
 
 
Posts: 33 since May 2019
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Hello all, while I'm not new here on the site, I've been a lurker for a while, and I started a journal today. I've been trading stocks off and on for over a decade, but never really buckled down to do it on a constant basis. Every time in the past that I tried to do that, I always had life get in the way. Now it seems that the stars are aligned for me to try trading again.

@runnercola, I'm the complete opposite as you. I hate the User interfaces that I have tried and finally (last week) decided on NinjaTrader. I bought the life time license and plan on upgrading to the multibroker in February.

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Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Posts: 2 since Jan 2021
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I'm relatively new to trading - decided to try it out after working writing copy for a few trading podcasts.

Dipping my toe into Forex trading for now, but looking forward to learning more and developing my skills!

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Bangkok + Thailand
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Hi everyone. I'm az. New to investing. I do invest casually in some equities and want to move to e-mini futures because one off news events are starting to annoy me. I'm a logical maths/IT person so learning technical analysis would probably be a good fit for me. I'm planning to practice on a simulation account while reading the thousands of articles to get up to speed.

Hoping to meet awesome people along my journey

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Denver, Colorado
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2021
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Hi folks,

I'm a daytrader with 4-5 months experience using ThinkorSwim. I'm roughly breakeven as I learn volume-based TA and code my scans and studies. I'm less involved in active long-term investing as I usually buy and hold indexes, or speculate small-scale with emerging technologies and products that I understand well (engineer and product manager by trade).

Having moved away from scalping recently, I plan on using this forum for tracking and analyzing my trades more thoroughly, learning new methods to interpret price action, and perfecting my scans as I prefer to trade a variety of products depending on what's moving the way I like. I'm especially interested in timeframe-independent indicators so I can comfortably expand my repertoire into swing trading while I improve my FA.

Thank you to all the meaningful contributions to this site that have helped me get my footing. Perhaps one day I'll have a successful track record and can carry the torch for the next group of students in need of trustworthy advice.

-ardlrpl

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Aripeka, Florida
 
 
Posts: 2 since Jan 2021
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Hello,

I've traded forex for 2years now but started to wounder about other trading venues.

Only started forex cause of a (later found out) fake guru. But I didn't give it up and took the course money I spent as lesson learned.

2years later im now starting to take what I've learned into futures. I'm still buying books and learning about futures on a demo. But I hope to start live in a few months.

Happy to meet u all

Sent using the futures.io mobile app

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Kanab utah/usa
 
Experience: Beginner
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Trading: Crude cl, ES, Options
 
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Hello,


2years later im now starting to take what I've learned into futures. I'm still buying books and learning about futures on a demo. But I hope to start live in a few months.

You say you are using a demo - I am curious as to what demo you are using and how you found it?
Welcome to you!
Greta

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