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Paying close attention to strong trends as they develop in leading small and mid-cap momentum growth stocks is the basis to identifying the best stocks to buy for our style of trading. However, even more crucial than knowing which stocks to buy is understanding the proper timing of when to buy and sell shares for maximum gains, while still […]

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In last week’s blog post, we showed you six stocks with relative strength and the potential to show leadership IF overall broad market conditions started to improve. Since then, the main stock market indexes have indeed been under control of the bulls, and all the major indices are now trading above their respective 20 and 50-day moving averages […]

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If a stock is so strong that it trends higher, even while the main stock market indexes are range-bound, the stock is said to have high Relative Strength. Accordingly, what happens to the price of a stock with high relative strength when the broad market eventually rallies higher as well? Those stocks typically zoom higher, outperforming the broad market gains […]

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After an uneventful 2015 and a rough start in the new year, the stock market may not seem very appealing to investors and trend traders lately, but stay positive because there’s always an opportunity for astute traders who aren’t afraid to look in the market’s nooks and crannies. Right now, there is an excellent, stealth opportunity in gold […]

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Anyone with just the smallest amount of stock trading experience knows it is impossible to predict exactly which stock out of an already narrowed-down watchlist will be the one that blasts off during the next market rally. However, there are two basic, yet extremely effective strategies to stack the odds of finding the biggest-gaining stocks in your favor. Continue reading to […]

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Despite the pullback that kicked off this holiday-shortened week, the current bounce off the September lows in the main stock market indexes has been positive so far, giving investors hope for a potential year-end rally (although “hope” is one of the four emotions investors and traders should always avoid). Nevertheless, because stocks still have much to prove with regard to […]

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After a nasty selloff in late August, stocks temporarily gave investors a bit of hope (a dangerous emotion in trading) by rallying higher in the first half of September, but the bullish enthusiasm was short-lived. Due to an abundance of overhead supply left in the wake of the August decline, the main stock market indexes ran […]

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