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Momentum stock traders face the same dilemma four times a year: Hold winning stocks through earnings season OR close positions ahead of quarterly earnings reports. Selling a winning stock to lock in gains ahead of a company’s earnings report is obviously the safest bet. However, holding through earnings reports is often necessary to “catch the gaps” and yield […]

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The Wagner Daily is a nightly swing trading report that is ideal for stock traders who work during the day and can not actively watch the market when it’s open. However, traders who can follow the market actively also receive access to an incredible service we have never discussed before on this blog: the Morpheus Realtime Trading Room. Keep reading to discover how the […]

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Although literally thousands of technical analysis strategies exist, we avidly believe in applying the K.I.S.S. principle to trading. Why? The more complex the trading system, the greater the risk of human error while following the system. That’s why the Morpheus stock trading strategy is mainly focused on buying base Breakouts and Pullbacks within uptrends. However, there are easy ways to improve […]

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Note: The following is a guest post from Jack Loftis of ETFSwingTrader. Enjoy! Last month, I explained why there is no need to master the “psychology of trading” IF you have a trading system that generates consistent profits with minimal drawdowns. After publishing that article, many traders told me they wanted to try my ETF trading system with a 90% win […]

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San Francisco-based software analytics firm New Relic ($NEWR) is a relatively new IPO from late 2014 with explosive potential. Continue reading to see why this stock is so hot. With $NEWR forming a tight-base near the highs its two-year trading range, let’s walk through the charts of multiple timeframes to analyze the breakout setup. The Big […]

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In a raging bull market, you can do pretty well by simply buying nearly any stock that breaks out to new highs on strong volume. After all, as JFK famously said in 1963, “a rising tide lifts all boats.” But when the stock market is in correction mode, breakouts and other reliable bullish patterns have a greater […]

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