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11 comments

  1. Chaun

    Hi there, I read a few articles on your site. A lot of what your saying makes sense to me as far as how the market works.

    I just would like to know if you offer any mentorship or if we can speak on skype? My skype name is dappadap1

  2. Eirik Kaasa Eliassen

    Hello,

    I have signed up for free book but nothing appears in my inbox or in my spam.

    Please send again 🙂

    Thanks.

  3. Ernst Yagafaroff

    “I have signed up for free book but nothing appears in my inbox or in my spam.

    Please send again” 🙂

    Me too

    • ForexMentorOnline
      Author

      I’ve Just sent you an email containing the link to the book Ernst, check your inbox now and see if it’s there.

      • J

        Hello there, I think that I have thanked you in every comment I have left here on your page, and I think I will continue to do it, I find this very valuable for me, and the whole SnD concept is fascinating.. Hey, I just wanted to ask you,

        Can you use your methodology in the futures market? And especially for intraday trading?

        Thanks in advance

        J

        • ForexMentorOnline
          Author

          Yes you can J. The futures market is a zero sum environment the same as forex the market, which means the banks have to operate in the same way because the only way they can make a profit is by making other traders lose, which is what they do when trading the forex market.

  4. Soo

    Just subscribed to your mailing list. Your website has been an invaluable tool in my learning and you have caught my attention from the start. I have been researching Supply/Demand methodologies for quite some time now and have not seen one that is as crystal clear as yours by a longshot. Thanks for your dedication to this website, and keep up the good work!