FOMC System hasn't lost in over 1 year!

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Old Sep 21, 2010, 6:35pm   #1
 
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FOMC System hasn't lost in over 1 year!

My FOMC System hasn't lost in over 1 year (August 2009) was our last losing trade.

Its yours FREE at http://www.fomcsystem.com
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Old Sep 22, 2010, 9:22am   #2
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My FOMC System hasn't lost in over 1 year (August 2009) was our last losing trade.

Its yours FREE at http://www.fomcsystem.com

Congratulations, however i fear your success will be short lived, as i have just launched a scud missile aimed at your office. Good day to you.

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Old Sep 22, 2010, 10:18am   #3
 
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Re: FOMC System hasn't lost in over 1 year!

I think you'll find the system only trades once a year, hence the long gap to the last loser.
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