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This Wednesday, March 02, 2011, 4:30 pm EST, Scanning for 3 Winning Set Ups to Boost Your Trading Profits, hosted by Jan Arps.
Come and watch an exciting demonstration as trading veteran and author Jan Arps, founder of Jan Arps' Traders' Toolbox, scans the markets live for high probability setups.
Take this opportunity and take advantage of the culmination of Mr. Alps' 40+ years of trading and programming experience. The easey-to-use tools and methods he will demonstrate will help you achieve your goal of making money consistenly by identifying symbols in any time frame to make big moves.
Learn how to quickly scan a universe of markets and automatically identify congestion breakouts, pullbacks in a trend and trend exhaustions with skill and accuracy to gain an edge in trading winning setups in any market. Mr. Arps will show you to identify the setups. You take the trades and bank the profits.
If you are interested in having access to these tools which represent Mr. Arps' decades of experience for your own trading arsenal, attend this webinar to receive a special discount code for the Arps Scan Sentry Tool Kit.
For more information about products and services from the Jan Arps' Traders' Toolbox,visit www.janarps.com
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Risk disclosure: There is a substantial risk of loss in trading futures, options and forex. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.