Learn to produce over 100 pips in a trading week

In today’s video, we look at our trades this week. We used a combination of our Intraday and Long-Term Trading Strategies managing to produce over 100 pips in 3 simple trades.

These trades were placed as Pending Orders at the start of each day.

The Platinum Team provided these trades to our clients well in advance to the trades triggering, along with our Fundamental and Technical Analysis.

If you can spare a few moments in the morning, then trades like this are absolutely perfect for you.

Traded at:

£2 per point = £200
£5 per point = £500
£10 per point = £1,000


  • Professional Forex Analysis (1:15)
  • Platinum Trading Algorithm (2:20)
  • Request a free call with a trader (4:40)

The Platinum Formula

Perfect Fundamentals + Perfect Technical Analysis + Perfect Logic + Perfect Risk Management = Perfect Trade

The Platinum Way

At Platinum, we teach all individuals from different walks of life to become a full-time trader or create a secondary revenue stream by trading part-time.

Learn how to trade Forex the Institutional Way. We educate our clients to think like Institutional Traders and not like Retail Traders. Trading in the same style is not only more profitable but also far less stressful for the retail trader. We want you to make your trading decisions based on confirmed entry points and be confident with each trade that you make.

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Wishing you all the best.

Earnings Disclaimer:

The information you’ll find in this article is for educational purpose only. We make no promise or guarantee of income or earnings. Use your best judgement and perform due diligence before using the information in this article. Your success is still up to you. Nothing in this article is intended to be professional, legal, financial and/or accounting advice. Always seek competent advice from professionals in these matters. If you break the city or other local laws, we will not be held liable for any damages you incur.

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