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Andrew Mitchem- Daily Strengths and Weaknesses

Andrew Mitchem, The Forex Trading Coach, is a professional Forex trader who has been trading the Forex markets since 2004. Andrew has helped hundreds of traders from all around the world through his highly rated Forex education course.

This forum contains his Daily assessment of the strongest and weakest currencies for the next 24 hours, along with regular trading tips that will help your trading performance.

NEW. Andrew wrote exclusive book for Forex Peace Army Readers and published it here:

From Dairy Farmer to Forex Trader - Andrew Mitchem shares his Forex Journey

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