Price Expansion and Retraction: The Rubber Band Effect

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Boeing (BA): How to Successfully Trade a Falling Knife


Boeing was one of the top stocks to avoid in  2019.

The stock fell more than 35 points in two days on news that an Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed, sadly leaving no survivors. That came just comes after another deadly crash involving the same model in Indonesia, which also left no survivors.

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How to Spot Overbought Pivots up to 80% of the Time


With the incredibly popular Avengers: Endgame film, shares of Disney Co. exploded from a low of $107.50 to $142.50 in April 2019.

After the film grossed $1.2 billion in its opening weekend (biggest in history), analysts were still seen raising price targets. JP Morgan noted the stock could run to $150 a share by the end of the year. The firm also increased its full-year earnings estimates to $6.80 a share from $6.69 thanks to better than expected film performances in the year. For 2020, the analysts hiked their estimates to $6.50 from $6.35 a share, as well.

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Two Simple Tools to Spot Reversals in the Fear Gauge


2018 and 2019 will go down in history as one of the most volatile periods on record.

But believe it or not, one of the most consistent ways to make money on the market is by trading excessive fear, as dictated by the Volatility Index.

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The Benefits of Combining Fundamental and Technical Analysis


Over the last 22 years, I’ve heard countless arguments for and against fundamental and technical analysis. While neither is perfect, they both have strengths we can capitalize on.

Fundamental analysis shows us what’s under the hood.

At its very core, it helps us arrive at a stock's intrinsic value. It helps us see:

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Two Ways to Spot Opportunity in Any Stock


In 2005, a flock of 1,500 sheep began jumping off a cliff for no real reason.

In the middle of a clear blue day, they just started jumping. All shepherds could do was watch.

And as insanely ridiculous as this sounds, some of us are those sheep.

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How to Use MACD and RSI in Your Trading


If you truly want to make money in the markets, pay attention to fear and greed.

Remember, most investors are irrational. They buy because everyone else is. They sell because everyone else does. And in doing so, they send stocks up, or even down far too much. If you can spot those very overreactions, you can do very well in the markets. 

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