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The Flash Crash of 2010
  
  In May of 2010, the S&P dropped 100 points in 20 minutes.  And then rocketed straight back up.
  This is why 90% of all futures traders lose their shirts. 
  Frantic overtrading. 
  And lack of discipline.
  Does this describe you?  You're not alone - millions of traders bite the dust every year trying to catch every little tick.
   But it's all about to change for you!
  How will it happen? By stepping outside the frantic day-trading zone into the cool and 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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'SAM' vs. S&P

SAM stands for Sentiment and Momentum. 
Mix these two potent indicators together, and you have Doc's winning formula for crushng the S&P 500 index futures and ETFs. 
It's a formula you won't find anywhere else on the web.
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We average 1-2 trades per week, and hold positions from 1 day
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No stops, no tick-watching - just a well-timed Buy, Sell,
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