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I am trying to find a website where I can post for free a spreadsheet that I created for trading binary options with the understanding that someone else who is a member of the website will examine my spreadsheet and critique the mathematics in it. If someone here on this site would like to do that, please contact me. The spreadsheet shows a profit in theory, but it could have a bug or several bugs in it. I would like someone to give me an honest evaluation of the spreadsheet. Perhaps what I am looking for is a "forum" type of site.
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