What is Lessons from the Pros?
Lessons From the Pros is Online Trading Academy’s award winning e-Newsletter that contains powerful trading lessons and real-world examples of our simple, rule-based strategies in action. The newsletter is designed for the complete, well-rounded trader (and those who aspire to this level) who looks at opportunities across all asset classes and trading styles including day trading, stock market basics, options, Forex, futures, real estate and more. Much more than just the stock trade, this complete look across multiple trading instruments gives traders a much more comprehensive view of opportunities in the markets. Specialty skills, such trader’s psychology, are also covered.
You may have signed up for our newsletters, but find that you are not receiving them. The information below may help track down the problem. If you find that you cannot resolve the problem yourself, contact us and we will try to help you get it resolved. We also cover additional questions below.
How do I subscribe to Lessons from the Pros?
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When will I receive Lessons from the Pros?
Lessons from the Pros is a weekly newsletter, normally sent out on Tuesdays.
How do I make sure I receive Lessons from the Pros?
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Other ISPs: If one of your newsletters is being filtered, try adding our domain tradingacademy.com or email@example.com to your address book or contact list. If this option is not available, try moving the message to your ‘inbox’ or forwarding the message to yourself.
If subsequent messages continue to be filtered, call or e-mail your ISP’s tech support and specifically ask how you can be sure to receive all e-mail from tradingacademy.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow their instructions for whitelisting.
We fully support the anti-spam motivations of all mail servers and ISPs. The spam problem is threatening the entire email system, and there are now dozens and dozens of competing anti-spam technologies.
Unfortunately, many legitimate emails are being inadvertently filtered out of the system, and causing severe communication problems.
So, in order to keep the lines of communication open between Online Trading Academy and your inbox, please do make sure that your mail server or ISP is not accidentally keeping our emails from you.