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Our favorite way to sell short the NASDAQ 100

Since the Brexit news was announced on June 23, stock traders and investors have been on a wild roller coaster ride. The NASDAQ 100 Index plunged sharply for two days, promptly reversed, and has since erased nearly the entire news-driven decline. But now that the NASDAQ is back in the vicinity of its pre-Brexit level, what happens next? We […]

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With global stock markets getting hit pretty hard in reaction to Britain’s decision to exit the European Union (“Brexit”), it’s easy to panic over how much stocks have recently fallen. However, in times like these, it’s crucial to rely on “no nonsense” technical analysis to maintain an objective view to determine just how far stocks may fall […]

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Hello there! Hope you have been getting into some good stock positions lately. I am writing to inform you of an excellent live webinar we will be hosting this Thursday (6/23/16)  from 9:00pm- 10:00pm ET on our Google+ community. In the webinar, we will show you the best potential breakout setups from valid basing patterns, as well as broad market […]

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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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