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Meet a Real American Crypto Trader

So, my background involves a whole lot of non-financial stuff I am a Desert Storm veteran, had many random jobs as a teenager, but the bulk of my career has been spent in nursing. So if you drop dead of a heart attack, I am your girl.

When I first got the opportunity to delve into this entire world of finance, digital currency, and trading, I had never even heard of crypto at that point. The concept of trading was a little bit more familiar but it was still a world that I knew nothing about. And so the first group that I was involved with did a pretty decent job at laying a foundation but I knew there was more and I was looking for something to build upon what I had already learned.

And that is when I found FNL. And I have never looked back. I will be completely candid with you and assure you that I am not a trade guru. In fact I am far from it. I still struggle with many aspects of trading, and they are not the technical aspects. It is more psychological. I have found my true passion to be in crypto. I love that I get to take my time and research different coins with other people in the group. We help each other learn, and even hand-holding through setting up digital wallets! Because, that is what we do together. I have had enormous amounts of help, because I am not technologically advanced. I often refer to myself as the tech-tard.

This group has made it possible, because I know as sure as I’m sitting here, I would not have learned this if left to my own devices.

-Lori B


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