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Archive for January 26th, 2009

Cash Master proves to be a reliable source of information…

January 26th, 2009 | Posted in Uncategorized
I’ve mentioned Graham Laurie’s website, Cash Master blog, several times in various posts mainly to highlight that he also trades with the Ultimate FX Predictor.

Whilst this is the main reason I check this site regularly I have in the past used it for finding out whether other programmes are worth trying.

As Graham markets his own horse racing system it won’t come as a surprise that most of the systems tested on his site are related to the sport of Kings. In the past I’ve tried several of these but not really found one that I could make a reliable profit with so I’ve shifted my attention to Forex.

However, for anyone who is interested in learning more about horse racing systems then the Cash Master blog is a very worthwhile place to start.

What I like is that Graham uses several people to help him test various systems by both providing daily results and a fuller review after the service has been tested for a while.

Doing it this way I believe provides an impartial assessment of any product and I would always take a look here before making a purchase.

The latest system tested is Golden Keys and whilst the tester made a good profit over the test period they did point out several things to bear in mind if someone was considering a purchase.

All in all I thoroughly recommend the Cash Master blog if you want to find ways of adding an online investment to your portfolio.
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