Mr. Lan H. TurnerFounder, TradeMentorsCreator of:Track ‘n Trade PlatformsVeteran Stocks, Futures,and Forex TraderMr. Turner is an active trader, who has been working in the financial industry for over 21 years. He has had the opportunity to teach his Stocks, Futures & Forex trading ideas and concepts to clients, professional traders, and brokers from around the world.Mr. Turner has also been invited to present at the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Education Centers on multiple occasions.Mr. Turner is the founder of Gecko Software, Inc, and designer of Track ‘n Trade LIVE trading platforms, and charting software applications.Mr. Turner is also the President of PitNews Press; he’s an accomplished author, publisher, and public speaker, having taught live trading seminars across the US, as well as internationally. Visit: www.TracknTrade.comwww.TradeMiner.com
Dr. Scott Brown Finance PhD,University Professor,Trader, & Active Stocks,Futures & Forex Investor.Dr. Brown is an academically qualified MBA & Doctoral Professor. Who holds a PhD. in finance, and an MBA from the prestigious Thunderbird School of Business — a rare degree even among academics.His doctoral dissertation specialized in characterizing “slippage” in the futures markets.At his university, Dr. Brown directs the derivative trading curriculum, where his MBA Finance Student’s then seek recruitment to Wall Street. Doc Brown has agreed to devote some of his precious time to teaching you how to trade the Futures, Forex, Stocks, and Stock Options Markets properly.He is sharing his valuable knowledge, because none of us want to see you suffer ten years through the start up process like he did.
David Duty, TraderEducator & Adventurist Founded MacGuide NASDAQGuidaMac Italia, Rome, ItalyNominated “Entrepreneur of The Year,” INC, Magazine.Publisher & SpeakerDavid started trading in 1995, and by his own admission he did not set the world on fire his first time at bat. However, he looked at it as a positive learning experience, because if he lost money then someone else made money. Then one day he said, “The light went on.” and he decided that trading was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. Later, he started teaching others to trade, and that is when he wrote his first course entitled Common Sense Commodities. This Later became rated the #1 course in the “Learn To Trade Market.”David has since written a Common Sense Options trading course, and with students in over 67 countries David continues to trade, teach, and write from his vacation home in Panama.Visit David online, he’s truly one of the most “down to earth” people you will ever meet.Join David in his LIVE Daily Workshop
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