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  Trading in futures markets involves substantial risk and is not suitable for everyone. 
How to trade for a living.
  The stock market can only do 2 things.  It can go up.  Or down.  All you have to do is guess which way it's going.  At worst, you should have a fifty-fifty chance.
  Then why do 90% of all futures traders lose their shirts? 
  Why?  Because you''re competing with millions of other savvy traders, including Pros standing right on the exchange floor, monitoring every news item and price tick as they happen.
  What chance do you have?
  Is there a magic formula?
  The answers are slim, and No.
  But to make a living by trading Futures (or a small fortune), you don't have to be right every time. 
  Doc was an independent Floor trader.
And he found that you only had to be right about 60% of the time to beat the crowd.  Solidly.
  How is it done? By stepping outside  the frantic day-trading zone into the calm zone of sophisticated 'Position' trading.   
  Here's how it works.    
  We send our Subscribers 1 or 2 trade signals a week.
  No 'how-to' manuals, no 'chart formations', no trading stations.
  Just a well-timed Buy, Sell, or Neutral.
  Can it make a difference to you?
  Only one way to find out...
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Neither the information nor any opinion expressed constitutes an offer, no an invitation to make an offer, to buy or sell any securities or any options, futures or  other derivatives related to such securities. Investors should seek financial advice regarding the appropriateness of any investment strategies discussed or recommended in this report and should understand that statements regarding future prospects may not be realized.  Accordingly, investors may receive back less than originally invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance.
Meet 'SAM'

SAM stands for Sentiment and Momentum. 
Mix these two potent indicators together, and you have Doc's winning recipe for trading S&P 500 index futures and ETFs. 
It's a formula you won't find anywhere else on the web.
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