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Where to start as a trader? Part I

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Where to start as a trader? Part I

I started watching 'Where to start as a trader? Part I' from Mike the other day. Are videos 2-8 in the elite section?

 
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Looks like it is still on his to do list from this thread. https://futures.io/traders-hideout/14442-webinar-where-start-trader-9.html Elite membership is worth it as there are a lot of good videos, the discounts are handy too.

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