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Big Picture Trading is an educational and mentoring service for traders. Specifically, for traders who want to learn and apply asymmetric strategies to potentially generate BIG profits by taking small, calculated risks.

Ryan Irvine and Aaron Dunn are hosting their very popular live online event series on March 29th and April 5th. They will identify new opportunities for 2022 and beyond, the Stealth Tech crash, portfolio building plans and much more.

These events sell out so don’t delay. CLICK HERE for more information and to reserve your early bird access.

My wish – if everyone who listens to MoneyTalks and follows us on social media donates just $20 (or more) we’ll make a massive difference.  Most people don’t see it as their problem, so they don’t get around to it, but my experience is that many in the MoneyTalks audience are different and will take the opportunity to help this group of wonderful and deserving people.

By the way you get a tax receipt – so for most of us the cost of $20 donation is only just $15 after the tax deduction. For $100 it’s only $67.

The link to donate is HERE – please take a moment now – it takes only a minute to help improve the lives of some wonderful and deserving people.

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Mike

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Market Trends with Martin Straith

Martin Straith on the need to protect your investments…now.

Kevin Muir – The MacroTourist

Long passionate about markets, Kevin grew up in a household where his father was an equity research director. Being exposed to market talk as long as he can remember, Kevin’s true love was always macro. In fact, his first trade was in the US dollar index which promptly went limit-locked against him.

Not deterred, Kevin persevered and got a job on institutional equity desk for a big Canadian bank in the 1990s. Kevin moved into a proprietary group where he was in a charge of the equity derivatives book. Kevin had a ringside seat for the madness of the DotCom bubble, but in 2000, with a new young family, and the desire to no longer work for a bank, Kevin set off on his own. For the next 17 years, Kevin would trade his own account with another former co-worker, and a full-time computer programmer student they hired. Since then, Kevin has joined a well-establish prop group.

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