The London room is run by Andrew Haney - a Fast Tracker since 2015. If you have been in the room at all you have seen the massive pips that Andrew is able to capture every day. What you may not know is that Andrew was a novice trader when he joined ProAct back in 2015 he had never worked up a chart in his life. Andrew is a Fast Tracker, who entered the Forex Roll trading contest in 2016. He competed against 2000 Forex Traders and took the first place prize with a 1,000% increase in his account.
The London room is open to Demo Traders, Fast Track and Live Room subscribers. It opens at 3:15 AM EST (8:30am GMT+1) and goes for 1- 1 1/2 sometimes 2 hours.
The London Room is focused on understanding the current market structure and then where are the RF1010 and Pole trades.
London Session Training Archives
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