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This Tool Is a Technical Trader's "Bread and Butter"

Today, let's talk about every technical trader's "bread and butter." I'm talking about Moving Averages (MAs). Moving averages are lines plotted on a chart that smooth out data and make it easy to spot trends. Smoothing the data is helpful because…

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This May Be the Closest Thing to a Crystal Ball

I want you to think back to your first-grade math class for a moment… Because if you can add two numbers together, then you have what it takes to learn one of the most powerful forecasting techniques used by the…

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A Precious Metals Horror Story

Back in 2011, I was convinced that gold was headed to $5,000 an ounce. Silver? An easy $100 per. So over several weeks, I bought eight 1-ounce American Gold Eagles and 160 American Silver Eagles. All told I spent close…

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Every Million-Dollar Trade Starts Here…

It's impossible to overstate the importance of viewing the financial markets properly. It's the difference between staying the course during volatile times or being "shaken out" of a winning investment right before it charges higher again. That's why we place so much importance…

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Breakout or Fake-out

I recorded this video to show the difference between a "breakout or a fake-out". Hopefully it will help you identify and avoid the fake-outs, which is a super common trading pitfall.

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How to Guard Against a Wreck in “Big Tech”

Things appear quiet... But you can feel the storm building. Stocks have made a remarkable recovery off of the March lows. Leading the charge are the big-cap technology growth stocks. You know the ones… Microsoft (MSFT)… Amazon.com (AMZN)… Facebook (FB)… Alphabet (GOOGL)… Apple…

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There We Were - Surrounded By Elephants...

It was a scene straight out of Animal Planet. There, 30 yards away, were 10 elephants slowly walking north. As my two friends and I marveled at the sight, another vehicle roared up toward us. We waved excitedly to the…

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