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Disclaimer

Hi, Dave Tromp here. I love sharing my trading and investing research on this site. Just like I believe in financial independence as a way to personal growth in freedom, I also believe in openness and transparency. In that light I would like you to read and understand two disclaimers.

Trading and investing disclaimer

All information on this site and my social media channels (Youtube, Twitter, etc.) is for educational purposes only. None of the information I provide is an advise to buy or sell a security. Always do your own homework when it comes to investing or trading. And now more official:
This website and related social media channels are neither a solicitation nor an offer to Buy/Sell securities. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those discussed on this website. The past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results. The financial information, news and research that you may receive from this site is for general advice only, not personal advice. Do not base an investment decision solely on the information provided. You should seek your own investment advice from a financial planner who will consider your personal objectives and circumstances. Trading Forex, Crypto currencies, CFDs, Binary Options or any other financial instrument is risky. You could lose all of your money.

Affiliate disclaimer

I sometimes link to or refer to products or services for which I may or may not earn an affiliate commission. I will try and indicate whenever possible if a link or referral is an affiliate link or referral. However, this is not always possible or I might forget. So to be save, just expect every link of referral to products or services to be affiliate links or referrals. I will never link to or refer to products or services of which I do not believe they offer a lot of value to you. Also note, that buying a product or service through my links does not cost you anything extra and you can always contact me if you would like me to give you anymore information about the product or service.

It is my intention to share my knowledge and provide you with information of value. If you have any questions for me concerning these disclaimers you can always contact me by using the contact form on the contact page.

Thanks for visiting my site.
I really appreciate it!

Dave

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