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It’s a wrap. The first Live Webinar completed. It was great.
I’m back at JuiceStorm Towers for less than two weeks and what a great bunch of people we have in the Juice Community. Thanks for all the welcome back mentions here. Twitter and Facebook too. It makes me well up.
Oops. Hold on a moment. Most of you know me and you’ll know that won’t be quite right. But let’s be clear. I did wonder if my return would be noticed. It has. And it’s great to be home again. And my how JuiceStorm.com has grown during my absence. Let’s hope growth doesn’t reverse now I’m back. 🙂
So on Tuesday 6th June 2017 we kick off our 6 week webinar series which will broadcast live every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm UK time. Today’s webinar is here. We lose nothing at JuiceStorm Towers. Even my very first article is still gathering dust here.
The pre launch webinar went live a few hours ago and thanks to my guests – Tony and Andy – for talking about BetTornado and upcoming football. It was a huge success with dozens of live listeners and I’m sure there will be thousands more who will catch up later here.
JuiceStorm Radio will eventually broadcast live on a Wednesday at 2pm UK time but for the first few weeks it will be recorded on a Wednesday at 2pm and published on Juicestorm.com each Friday. The first podcast will be available Friday 9th June 2017 at 2pm UK time.
On JuiceStorm.com we feature daily top quality news on tennis and football by three of the best writers I have ever had the pleasure to work with. Steve Taylor, Andy Newton and Pete Yallop, right now, give you daily pointers on the angles to trade tennis and football really well, easily and profitably on BetTornado.
The JuiceStorm Radio lineup in the first three weeks is really exciting. You will hear from Caan Berry, Steve Taylor, Paul Shires, Michael Wilding, Andy Newton and Pete Yallop. Tony is also on with me in regular slots throughout the first 6 week series.
They all all experts in their specialist fields which include trading on the betting exchange horse racing, football and tennis markets. Two are also hugely successful data analysts providing trends to follow in all markets.
You can take BetTornado for a spin free for a full 14 days with no credit card required. When you’re happy – as I know you will be – then grab a full year at only £70.
I wrote tall newsletter subscribers about two new Horse Racing Trading Master Classes for BetTrader last Monday and Tony is really looking forward to meeting everyone who has registered. Space is limited. London has 3 spaces remaining and Manchester only 4. We would love to meet you if you’re serious about learning to trade on the betting exchanges profitably.
The JuiceStorm mail bag is beginning to explode. Please bear with me if there is a delay in my reply. I promise I will get back to you and there has been great feedback on potential future articles. Some of the topics will feature over the coming weeks and months.
In the meantime, just remember, it’s ok to make mistakes; nobody’s perfect. But if you want to correct these mistakes in the future you need to be able to evaluate them, and the only way to do that is to document why you did what you did.
How? I covered that in detail in a recent newsletter and if you are subscribed and haven’t read it yet, why not? I was asked this very question by a regular reader. He was subscribed to our newsletter but hadn’t got around to reading it. Make time. Invest in yourself. Now.
Thank you for reading, next week I’ll be sharing the most important question every trader should ask themselves. The answer to this question is what separates winners from losers.
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