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I’m grateful for your attention, and happy that we have opportunities to communicate in various places on the web. If you’re interested in having a souvenir of all these interactions, boy have I got the gift for you!

Where to buy Tradestreaming

800 CEO Read (recommended for bulk purchases)

Amazon

Amazon Canada

Barnes & Noble

Books-a-Million

Borders

IndieBound

Wiley (the publisher)

Buying this book supports my last year’s efforts to better understand the trends in online finance, investing and social media.  I believe the product — this book — makes those who use it better.

I think this book will be more than “interesting,” but instead, that it will be useful to you. I’ve worked hard to make that something I can promise.

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