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|Author:||wrbtrader [ Fri Apr 24, 2009 7:20 am ]|
|Post subject:||Which do you prefer to use for collaboration...|
Poll Information - Most profitable traders rely on help from others during trading sessions via the motto of more eyes on the markets (real-time collaboration).
However, often it's the communication software that has impact on how useful these chats are even though what's being discussed has a bigger impact if to continue talking (chatting) with other traders in real-time during trading sessions.
Therefore, we're curious to see and show how other traders communicate to stay on top of market information that almost always have impact on the price action of their trading instruments.
With that said, if you have any interesting polls you would like for us to do...send email to email@example.com or you can join our TSL Support Forum and ask permission to setup your own trader polls.
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