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Hours of Operation

8:15am ET until 12 pm ET

What markets are traded?

E-Mini S&P and Gold

What is the price per tick?

E-Mini S&P   $12.50

Gold  $10

How many contracts are used?

Only one is needed. More can be used if your financial situation allows.

How long do trades last?

10 minutes to 1 Hour

Are you in more than one trade at a time?

Rarely

Is this a chat service?

No- Only administrator makes comments

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