Last weekend, we conducted another successful run of the Synapse Program, and we are glad that the word-of-mouth is starting to spread, and our Traders Network is growing steadily as we get more and more referrals from our past graduates. This time, some new techniques were introduced, such as volume behavior as an added dimension to behavioral analysis, and the “7 step Formula” as a simple and systematic way for traders to execute a trade from start to finish.

We would like to wish all new traders the best of luck as they embark on their journey, and I’m pretty sure this will be a major turning point not just in their career but in their life, since they now have the skills to trade for a living, and to pursue their dreams. We will continue to proving support and training via our private forum and network, as well as free monthly hands-on workshops for graduates to practice and apply what they have learnt under the guidance of our trainers.

For those interested in pursuing a career or lifestyle in trading, or would like to learn what real profitable trading is about, you can reserve your seat for the September intake. Seats are already half full, and it is on a first-come-first-serve basis, so do reserve your seats early to avoid having to wait another 3 months for our next intake! Good luck!
https://synapsetrading.com/the-synapse-program/

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