27 July 2011

Forex Trainer Mr. Kishore M interviewed by Bloomberg & BBC.


Hi Trader,

Thank you for reading this informative piece of blog.

Today, I would like to share with you 4 very powerful FX trading strategy videos from an International Forex Coach, Mr. Kishore M.

He was interviewed by Bloomberg & BBC.

In the video below, he has revealed his proprietary forex trading strategy:


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I am surprised on how practical his strategy videos are. He explained his strategy in such a fun & layman style:


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... some parts made me laugh & I did enjoy his video


Besides, you can also get 3 additional videos with ZERO cost
to you from the page above if you choose to.

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What are these 3 additional videos ?
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Video #1:
Step by step execution of Instant Pip Profits strategy. A strategy which Robert Kiyosaki's ambassador, Mr Bellum Tan has been using. He made US$50,000 profits with a capital of US$5,000 within 22 days after learning this strategy from Kishore M. Since then, Mr. Bellum Tan's trading account continues to grow.

Video #2:
Pip Breakout Explosive Profits strategy. A technique aims to make 350% explosive returns in half a day.

Video #3:
Tutorial session by Ms. Mona to clearly explain Kishore M's strategy in depth. Ms. Mona is the top performing student of Kishore M (ranked in term of profit amount she generated). Her account grows to more than US$163,000 from only US$1000 capital. Of course, she is also one of the most hardworking students of Kishore M, she deserves the result she gets.


To watch his forex strategy videos, simply go to the page below:
 
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Regards,
Mr. Shah

* P.S. Before Mr. Kishore M decides to remove the video, watch it now:
 
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** P.P.S. For more than 10 years, Kishore M has trained over 50,000 students around the world, including professionals from AMEX, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, REFCO and Citibank.