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What is your opinion on about the Traders Expo

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Has anyone been to a Traders Expo? What are they like? Is it pretty much bunch of presentations, and/or vendors setup booths so you can view their products?

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I have attended one in Vegas. It was interesting. Having been involved in computer based trade shows in my career, I found it a rather small show. I did have a purpose for attending, meeting with Al Brooks and others during that show. I was glad I went plus I made a vacation out of it.

There were break outs to attend (free or paid ones). There were nightly events. And the booth area was a good place to learn about products first hand. Look at what is offered and plan out your agenda.

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In my opinion, they can be ok depending on the reason you are going. If you are going to learn how to trade, I wouldnt suggest it. If you are looking for software or hardware, you will find a lot of stuff.
Go there with a specific goal. Its easy to get caught up in what they are all looking to sell
just my 2 cents

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I am going in November to the one in Vegas. Be good to see who and what is going on, plus an excuse to vacation in Vegas again.

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