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One of my mentors in trading taught me that to make money on Wall Street, either you’ve got to be one the smartest, the fastest, or you’ve got to cheat.

  • Very rarely are successful traders the smartest.
  • We’ll get into how you can learn to become among the fastest in just a moment.
  • Quite often, unfortunately, they do cheat.

I mean, is there any better example of a CHEATER on Wall Street than this guy?

Headline image of Pelosi and NVIDIA building

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Source: New York Post

Yup! Nancy Pelosi’s husband is at it again.

I wish it weren’t the case, but this is just the tip of the iceberg!

Don’t believe me? Check out this video!

Ben lifting his hands

Friends, greed is rampant in our society!

And perhaps there is no greater forum for greed than Wall Street.

Do Not Despair, because your crash course on how to compete with these slime balls using powerful, but legal “smart money” methods is HERE!

Quite simply, THIS IS WHAT I DO…and I am darn good at it!

I have a unique approach to tracking what the smart money is doing, because, as you know, THEY’RE ALWAYS UP TO SOMETHING.

  • How do I sniff out these fat cats
  • How do I find them?
  • How can you place trades right before the price action starts to move in the desired direction?
  • Most importantly, how can YOU tap into my suite of “smart money” tools to make better trade decisions?

These are the questions I will drill down on…

Because this is about YOU getting the benefit, not me

Friends, I have a “combination punch” like none of my competitor’s offer!

Sure, others may have Unusual Options Activity scanners.

But I have yet to see them combine these scanners with powerful Dark Pool scanners AND custom quant studies IN ONE SERVICE like I do!

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Dark Pool Scanner

There are actually 3 certainties in life:

  • Death
  • Taxes
  • Somewhere on Wall Street, someone is cheating

If you want to have a chance at where these fat cats are trying to hide next, I can help you to understand how

Let’s have a great rest of the week and until next time…

Author:
Ben Sturgill

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