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The 4 Day Event Starts 16th May - 19th May 2022 - 4.30 pm EST
A little while ago the following three data scientists tested two chart patterns.
Geoffrey C. Friesen
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Paul Weller
University of Iowa
Lee Dunham
Creighton University
They found that, on average when these two chart patterns form, price continues moving in that direction for 100 days.

However, even more remarkable is the discovery made by two data scientists from the University of Pittsburgh.

Dr. G. Caginalp and Dr. H. Laurent found that there are six entry methods that generate a return of “202% to 259% of the initial investment”.

By registering for this free live 4-day event, you’ll get access to all the scientific studies, the full strategy, and you get to watch as I execute them in front of your eyes.

From Monday-Thursday (4.30 pm EST) I will go into the live markets and execute trades that you can copy

(fully interactive – ask me anything)
Here are your simple instructions:

1. Register for free on this page – you’ll automatically be added to all four live trading events.
2. Turn up at 4.30 pm from Monday to Thursday.
3. That’s it.

Why 4.30 pm EST?

The timeframes, the holding times, when to enter, when to exit, and everything else is based on the scientific evidence. According to researchers Gutierrez & Kelley (2008), and Friesen et al. (2009), the end of the day (New York) yields to biggest results over the long run.

To this day, in 2022, all the big mutual funds, hedge funds, and pension funds execute their trades around this time.
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Trade With Me Live For Four Straight Days As I Execute Scientifically Tested Trading Strategies In Front Of Your Eyes

Mark Shawzin
The Pattern Trader

Comments from the last 4-day live trading series

FAQ

#1. Who are you?

Hi, my name is Mark Shawzin and I’ve been trading for about 40 years. I started my career at Merrill Lynch in 1980. I have worked for about eight Wall Street firms over 23 years.

My history is full of ups and downs. When you register for this four-day event you’ll get a video that’ll explain my entire past. It is part of the free video training you get once you register.

#2. Why are you doing this?

That’s a very fair question. If I’m such a hotshot trader, why would I be teaching people, and selling services?

There is a very long answer to this, but the truth boils down to two things:

One – Trading is so second nature to me that it takes less than 10 minutes per day. This business gives me a challenge. Teaching people and passing on my knowledge fulfils me way more than trading does.

Two – Even though I practically give away more free stuff than anyone else on the internet, this business makes money and I like money. Running a successful business is fun, challenging, and rewarding.

It is probably the same reason why Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk still run companies. And those guys have a lot more money and success than I do.

#3. Why should I trust you?

You shouldn’t. I don’t want you to trust me until you’ve seen me in action and sat down with me live for four days.

Sure, I’ve got over 400 reviews on my website, thousands of positive emails and comments, but they aren’t nearly as valuable as seeing what I can do for free.

You can ask me any and all the questions you like. You’ll also hear from hundreds of other traders on the live sessions. Only then should you decide whether you want to trust me or not.

Trade With Me Live For Four Straight Days As I Execute Scientifically Tested Trading Strategies In Front Of Your Eyes

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