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  Trading in futures markets involves substantial risk and is not suitable for everyone. 
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Futures Trading Made Easy

  Yes.  It is possible.  You can trade stock index futures, like the emini, or index ETFs, and make a comfortable living. 
  Or a small fortune.  
  But you won't do it with tip sheets, tick charts or gut feelings.  It takes patience! 
Do you have what it takes?
  Read on...
"TRADE WITH DOC" is the net's easiest and most effective S&P online trading system.  
  We send our Subscribers real time trade signals, after the markets close. 
  No 'how-to' manuals, no 'tutorials', no spread-sheets.
  Just an easy Buy, Short, or Neutralize. 
  And only 2 trades a week on average.
  Doc's system comes with a free trial - perfect for online trading S&P futures, the S&P emini, and the SPDR ETF,  on the web or with a broker. 
  And it could change the way you tackle the markets. 
  Disciplined, confident, and highly profitable.

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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 the two 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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The 'TradeWithDoc' system is based on 'Position Trading.'
We average 1-2 trades per week, and hold positions from 1 day to as many as 15 days.
No stops, no tick-watching - just a simple Buy, Sell, or Neutral.
Delivered to you by secure email, in the evening, on days when there is a trade.