5 Traders Discuss Future Market Moves

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Monday, September 18th, 2017

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Crowd Forecast News Week #208

A diverse community of over 11,000 active traders is working to crowd-forecast future moves of the S&P500, now you can be a part of this project and watch several top trading educators discuss this week's results!

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This Week's Panel:
- Christian Fromhertz of TribecaTradeGroup.com
- Simon Klein of TradeSmart4x.com
- Neil Batho of TraderReview.net
- A.J. Brown of TradingTrainer.com
- E. Matthew "Whiz" Buckley of TopGunOptions.com

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