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2 replies on “Playing It Tight”
I signed up for your Earnings Trade course last quarter. I realize I can still participate (since the sign-up was for 6 months) but I’m backing away from earnings trades to participate in a tight (as you might call it) set of trades that work better for me. That said, I’ve learned a lot from your course and appreciate you sharing from your experience.
I’m a former IBM and Bell Labs engineer and have built an extensive Excel-based workbook featuring analytical engines that enable me to put on and keep track of a lot of trades (a lot of trades for me, at least). I’d be open to doing a ZOOM call to show you some of this technology (or to hear that Rickenbacker you have in the background of your videos). 😀
All the Best!
Awesome Stephen! That sounds great.