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Posting on a thread for newbies

I want to add to the School of Trade forum. Not sure how to do it. I get a message that I first need to post 10 entries, or something, somewhere.

I would like an update on any new consensus for SOT. My introductory experience is mixed.
1. Their price is way too high, no matter what they deliver
2. Where's the Beef. No live trading room until you pay even though they allude to a live room availability during the 7 day trial.
3. I am impressed with the nightly newsletter. JJ nailed the S&P reaction today from the lows yesterday.
4. I requested a real experience in a real live trade room and received a reply that basically said pay up first.

Anyway, I'll copy and past this entry into the right place, or leave it as is.

Aloha.

 
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Like it says and you already read, the correct way to do it was to wait until you have ten posts. As apposed to what you did, which was create a duplicate thread for an existing subject and post in the wrong forum, instead of following the simple rules

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