Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Free Instant Analysis of Your Stock Trade

Dear Trader,

The markets have been crazy lately. It's hard to believe the DOW was over
14,000 in OCT but now has dropped all the way down to 12,750.

Substantial moves like the ones that we have recently witnessed present
opportunities to succeed or fail in the markets. Traders who stayed on the
correct side of the trend were rewarded substantially.

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Serious questions effecting your portfolio still remain:

- Have we seen the Indexes bottom?
- Is a reversal in the near future?
- Is it too late to go short?

Stay on the correct side of the market. Let our Trade Triangle technology
work for you. It’s free,
It’s informative, It’s on the money.

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All the Best,
Bill Whetstone

Monday, November 26, 2007

Learn to Trade FOREX with 90 How to Video

There are 86,400 seconds in a day, but you only need 90 seconds to learn
how to trade Forex.

Dear Trader,

You might be asking yourself, "How can anyone possibly learn to trade
FOREX in just 90 seconds?"

Well you can, and here's why.

Most traders including forex traders
OVERTHINK the market. Yes, I know,
over think is two words, but the idea behind 90 Second Forex is to pullback
the curtain of secrecy and
show you how to go with the money flow.

Make it simple, don't
OVERANALYZE the markets.

Don't over complicate your brain. Don't try to absorb every piece of
information in the market.

What really matters in the market, is that you get the money flow right.

How does 90 second Forex work with the money flow??

Watch the video, see how it's done.

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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Freddie Mac NYSE:FRE - MarketClub Video Lesson

Freddie Mac NYSE:FRE - MarketClub Video Lesson

In the video above Brad Stafford gives his personal and technical analysis
on Freddie Mac (NYSE_FRE) after he spent time listening to their conference call and then studying the charts.

This morning, at 10AM est, the Freddie Mac team addressed what was a
packed conference call to report their earnings for Q3 and project where Freddie Mac will end up.

Overall the tone from management was optimistic...but understandable so as shareholders have
been clamoring to know how management will fix what the sub-prime mess really made on Freddie Mac. But to shareholders and casual observers alike, they knew the outlook for Q4 was grim.

One presenter noted; "Q4 will be a lot like Q4". Does that mean another
25.00 per share drop? The video analysis will help traders understand the conference call a little
better along with explaining how trading with the trends in ANY market can be profitable.


All my best,
William Whetstone