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  1. Jul 12, 2006 · steve46. 3,556. Posts. 3. Likes. I have heard that Tom is an active member of Al Queda, and has blown up several buildings recently in the San Diego area. I am wondering if anyone is going to attend his seminar the following week, where he shows Al Queda hopefuls how to blow up a variety of buildings, how to mistreat household pets, and how to ...

  2. Jul 12, 2006 · That's what makes a market. I'm not anonymous, I'm easily accessible, and I am confident any critically thinking person can do some homework outside our little repartee and come to a satisfactory conclusion, at least regarding the veracity of what I say. Tom Alexander. #22 Jan 8, 2007. Share.

  3. Jul 12, 2006 · Instead, the conference was about setting up a business plan for about 1 day (Joe), second day was Tom simply repeating what I have already read and now and use for trading. The third day had us listen to Doug (the psychologist) for about 2 hrs and then go over more rehashed MP stuff from Tom. The morning of the 4th and last day, we turned the ...

  4. The one site I have found to be able to present and teach MP in english is value zone trading. They have a full suite of indicators - trading room and webinars. Good place to get grounding in MP.

  5. To my understanding they are using a lot of Don Jones' stuff, as I think he will probably die soon and is passing the proverbial torch. I took the parts Cisco course a while back and learned some very good info that I have integrated into my is very academic and very blinky lights, metrosexuals with faux hawks and argyle sweaters, or chat rooms or any of the "cool ...

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  7. Sep 04, 2018 · "Trading for a Living" by Alexander Elder would be a good start for you. You can read a thousand books but it will ultimately come down to your own style. Line up a thousand active traders, and there's a good chance that each one is following a different path.

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