Trading Journal Publication Break

Good afternoon everyone! We hope that these markets haven’t been treating you too harshly lately. We just wanted to post a brief update regarding why publication of our daily trading journal entries has stopped all of a sudden. Unfortunately, we are currently dealing with some severe problems related to our rankings in the various popular search engines. Because of that we have been forced to concentrate all our efforts towards finding out where the problem or problems lie, and then of course we must go about actually fixing those problems. Until we do that we would be writing to an audience of just a small handful. Which it is hard to motivate yourself to do. Nevertheless, we would still do it because those return visitors that track our trading journal deserve as much for their loyalty. However, it is simply a matter of not having the time available for now. Indeed, we have not even been doing any trading which we could report on.

30-day s&p500 index chart on 4-19-2014

We want you to know that we are working very hard on resolving this problem in a timely manner. We hope to be getting back to the business of helping our visitors become better and more profitable binary options traders as soon as possible. No matter what it takes to get there. Unfortunately, that will take some time. We expect that we will be taking a break from trading, and publishing the trading journal for at least the next few weeks. Hopefully our trading journal will be going full-steam ahead again by June at the latest, one way or another. Thank you for your loyalty and support everyone! We have very much appreciated the kind words we have received from so many of you over the last few days since we mostly disappeared from your search results. Thank you all!

We do remain open to your questions though, and will always try to answer all contacts in a timely fashion. So until next time folks, trade smart and be lucky!

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Jason--AKA "BinaryBoss"--is a graduate of WSU with a degree in economics with a financial markets focus. In 2009 Jason left his job with Microsoft in his home state of Washington to pursue a life of self-employment.

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