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Appointment-based trading revolves around the idea that you don’t have to spend hours, days, weeks, or even months in a trade.   All you need is 10 minutes per trade, maybe once or twice a day.  Appointment-based trading is a simple, time-based approach that gives you the flexibility to schedule trades on specific days, at specific times...
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