Trade The Structure Live Stream 18/10/21 at 12:30pm AEDT

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Time to get back into the weekly live streams but under the new format with Trade The Structure.

As with the previous format, we will be covering the major market movers and where I see the risk to the current bull market. We will also take a look at some index trading and The 5 Minute Trading Day strategy’s most recent trades. Also, review of the latest ASX watchlist and why I like the shares along with potential setups to watch out for.

Also, there will be time to throw me some live questions in the chat….but remember if I do not know…I am sure I could come up with a respectable answer!!

If you are unable to come along and join in the live chat…feel free to email me at with anything that you would like to be reviewed.

The live streams will be purely for information purposes only not financial advice…disclaimer below.

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