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THIS WEEK'S TOP OPTIONS TRADES
THIS TUESDAY, AUGUST 27TH at 3:30pm CT (4:30 ET / 1:30 PT)
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During This Webinar You Will Discover
As we get into the final quarter of this year, we’ve been seeing some interesting trade setups with low risk and high opportunity. And we’re going to share them ALL with YOU. In this webinar, you’ll discover:
Dan’s Top Trade Ideas for this Month
What’s Working Now in The Market
Tips and Tricks for the Dog Days of Summer
Trade and Idea Sharing from “The Best Trader Community there is”
Dan Passarelli is an author, trader and former member of the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and CME Group.
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