Two of the Biggest Reasons Why Cannabis Should be in Your Portfolio

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Three of the Best Ways to Hedge for Market Downside


Markets are a fickle beast.

Even with the U.S. and China nearing a trade deal, markets began to pull back in March 2019.

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


Boeing was the top stock to avoid in early March 2019.

The stock had just fallen 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 after five months ago.

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Candlestick Patterns: Why it Pays to Catch the Doji


When Munehia Homma first created candlestick charts in they 1700s, they were meant strictly to track and profit from the rice trade.

He’d record the opening day’s price of rice, the low and the close. And over time, he’d begin to see price patterns in his recordings, mapping out repetitive signals in the price bars. He’d soon give them names, like spinning tops, and hanging man. 

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Bollinger Band and Keltner Channel Trading: Similarities and Differences


Imagine jumping off a bridge with a bungee cord.

As you begin to reach the end of the cord’s pull, you’re quickly yanked in the other direction.

That very same thing happens with stocks when they become far too extended in overbought or oversold territory. And we judge exactly where that’s likely to happen with two key indicators.

 

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The Five Key Technical Indicators You Need to Use - Always


One of the best ways to spot reversals is by spotting excessive fear.

To do so, we typically watch for agreement among Bollinger Bands (2,20), MACD, Relative Strength (RSI) and Williams’ %R in either overbought or oversold territory. However, we can also strengthen what those indicators say by adding in the Money Flow Index (MFI).

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How to Use the Chande Trend Meter (CTM) with 80% Success


Unbelievably, technical analysis is still written off as useless.

In fact, some denounce it as a laughable study of charts, patterns, and squiggly lines without any concrete or profitable results. Others argue it’s only good for short-term trading.

However, none of that is true.

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