FX Trader Magazine Commision The Lazy Trader
By Robert Colville on
September 14, 2012
FX Trader Magazine has just commissioned me to write an account based on my typical day: the life of a fund trader who “works” for only ten minutes a day. The piece will feature in the October 2012 edition of the magazine.
The article will discuss my personal trials and tribulations faced during my rise to becoming a consistently profitable trader. It will also give a lucid insight into my newly found time abundant lifestyle which has only been made possible by this unique style of set-and-forget trading.
FX Trader Magazine has achieved international acclaim, with over 100, 000 subscribers. Awarded “Best Magazine” this year at the Forex Best Awards 2013, FX Trader Magazine boasts its third consecutive year as the winner of this prestigious award.
FX Trader Magazine provides foreign exchange investors and traders of other instruments with detailed macroeconomic reports, fundamental and technical analysis, trading strategies, education, interviews with successful traders and market experts, trading psychology studies, and reviews of forex trading tools and resources.
As a fund trader and trader trainer who has personally taught over a thousand people around the world how to trade profitably in the style of The Lazy Trader, I’m now in the process of setting up a programme which will train both novices and seasoned professionals how to trade in my own style of trading. Details to be announced in June 2013!
I’m so confident that the new programme which I have called Lazy Trader Ultimate will positively turn around the fortunes of any loss-making trader that I shall offer the following pledge: “If I can’t help you trade profitably from only ten minutes a day – you are entitled to a full refund, no questions asked”.
Such cast-iron guarantees are rare in the industry but I wanted to offer what other trader training providers do not. You will have nothing to lose from coming aboard and trying it for yourself.
You can view the article here and the snippet taken from the FX Trader Magazine here.
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