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Dr. Brown  Professor Finance PhD. David Duty  Veteran Trade Mentor Lan Turner  Founder TradeMentors Platinum Bulls ‘n Bears Fractal Elliott Wave Patterns Posted: December 06, 2016(Register to see today’s current market videos!)
Three drives to the top, or three drives to the bottom.  These are patterns where we look to take long, or short positions with or against the prevailing trend of the market.  The Bulls ‘n Bears is the best tool designed to help define these patterns.  Watch and see… Sign up today to receive these current market video notifications sent right to your email.
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