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Candlestick overhaul worth knowing about
May 05, 2015

Stephen Bigalow… known for his unique approach to candlestick analysis… is giving away his best-kept secret in this free eBook:

Green Flag Your One True Signal For Fast Profits

The Green Flag candlestick pattern discussed in this eBook is easier to spot and much more reliable than most of the patterns invented by ancient Japanese rice traders.

Bigalow dubbed this pattern the “Green Flag” because it often signals a radical trend reversal… enabling you to buy near the lowest low and sell near the highest high.

I don’t think you’ll find this pattern discussed anywhere else. And it’s definitely worth knowing about.

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If you’re new to trading… or if you have yet to realize the success you deserve… the Green Flag could be exactly the kind of jumpstart you’ve been looking for.

And, if you already have a trading system that’s working well for you, Green Flag could potentially boost your profits… Why not see for yourself?

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But be forewarned. This is a very limited time offer…

So, if you’re too busy to think about anything new right now, click to download the eBook anyway…

That way, you’ll have it safely saved on your computer. And you can read it when you have time… even if it’s no longer available online.

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Option and stock investing involves risk and is not suitable for all investors. Only invest money you can afford to lose in stocks and options. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The trade entry and exit prices represent the price of the security at the time the recommendation was made. The trade record does not represent actual investment results. Trade examples are simulated and have certain limitations. Simulated results do not represent actual trading. Since the trades have not been executed, the results may have under or over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors such as lack of liquidity. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown.

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