kevinbantz

Kevin B. Bantz Joined Oct 05, 2009

Reading the Music of the Markets One Crescendo at a Time. Past Floor Trader, Branch Manager and E.F. Hutton alum, keep listening.

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    Im not a Pro so do your on research "its a hobby for me " ! I apply the obvious to investing .
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