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This,  Tuesday, December 5th at 4:30PM Eastern Time - we are proud to feature “Successful Trading – A Road Map to Financial Freedom” presented by Andy Jordan - Lead Trader & Mentor at

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Many individuals dream of becoming successful traders, with freedom, intellectual challenges, and the excitement of a lucrative career. But most people don’t know how to get there, especially beginning traders, because there is too much misleading information circulating.

Professional Trader Andy Jordan (successful money manager and trading educator) will guide you down the best paths to profits. He will explain how to become a successful trader, and show you the most common traps that can snag beginning traders.

 Learn how to BE a professional trader...FROM a professional trader

 Discover the common pitfalls and traps you can EASILY avoid if you know what you're watching for

 Live Q & A with Andy for his take on turning it all around - from struggling to MASTERING trading 



Event Date: Tuesday December 5th

Event Start Time: 4:30PM EST / 3:30PM CST / 1:30PM PST

Learn More about our Presenter, Professional Trader - Andy Jordan

Andy Jordan is an Educator for Spreads, Options, Swing, and Day Trading at Trading Educators, as well as an Editor of “Traders Notebook”.

Andy's trading philosophy is something he learned within his first year when he met Joe Ross in 2002, and that is: “Discipline makes all the difference in trading”. A trader must be able to follow their trading plan 100%, and therefore the trading plan, and all of its components, has to fit the trader's mentality in order to TRULY be a successful plan.

Andy Jordan was born in Germany, and currently lives in the Caribbean. He majored in mathematics and business administration in Regensburg and Hagen, and holds a PhD in Mathematics.

Andy Jordan
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