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 Post subject: Which discussion forum do you prefer to use?
PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2009 9:21 pm 
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ImagePoll Information - Discussion forums have been the heart of traders learning experience and staying in contact with other traders. However, as traders move into other types of social networking (e.g. twitter) for their learning experience or real-time collaboration...

I'm curious which discussion forums are still popular for traders.

Poll Sponsor: WRB Analysis reveals key changes in supply/demand that often impact the market via producing trend reversal or trend continuation signals. More importantly, WRB Analysis provides the missing puzzle to understanding the price action prior to the appearance of any trade signals and this piece of the puzzle allows you to adapt to changing market conditions.

In fact, markets change multiple times every trading year and most traders don't realize it until it's too late resulting in big drawdowns, account blowup trading days or constant tweeking (trying to perfect) trade signals.

Simply, our WRB Analysis Tutorials will improve your understanding the price action you're trading along with giving you an edge to discover the strengths and weaknesses of your trade signals.

WRB Analysis is applicable for scalping, day trading, swing trading (overnight holds) or position trading (long term) via bar charts, candlestick charts et cetera.

M.A. Perry
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