Trading Expert Reveals

THE 30 MINUTE 3 DAYS A WEEK TRADING STRATEGY THAT "LAUGHED IN THE FACE" OF A ECONOMIC CRISIS
In 2008, Andrew Keene was down and out.

At the same time…

The country was in the grips of an economic crisis…
  • 1.2 million mortgages had already defaulted…
  • 170,000 small businesses were in the process of closing down…
  • And the government was handing out $700 billion in bailouts...
Andrew knew that if he wanted to change his life, he needed to do something radically different.

So he turned to the stock market to find an edge.

That’s when he discovered an obscure 18-digit “code” that let him see when hedge funds were making incredibly lucrative trades.

In this moment…

He wondered if he could tag along on these mysterious trades – taking his slice of the profit.

So he tested it out with some of the money he had left…

And it worked better than he could have ever dreamed.

As soon as he realized how consistent and how profitable this strategy was – even in the MIDDLE of a financial crisis – he threw everything in.

The result?

At a time when most people were seeing their 401(k)s dwindle…

He made $5 million in just two years.

He’s been enjoying life as a millionaire ever since.

He’s a world traveler and a frequent guest on the CNBC show Trading Nation.
And he still uses this strategy to this day.

But he’s especially excited about the next few months…

Because for the first time since 2008, America has entered a recession.

And Andrew’s certain his strategy will be just as powerful today as it was before.

But this time, he wants to share the wealth.

He knows how many people are struggling right now…

But with this strategy…

He says those same people could make a windfall.

And they would only have to spend 30 minutes, 3 days a week trading with his strategy.

So he’s finally showing the public exactly how his strategy works.
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