Using the Chaikin Oscillator to Stay on the Right Side of the Market

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How to Know When a Trend Reversal Is Likely


We have all heard the phrase, "the trend is your friend" and as traders we also know just how amazing profitable it can be trading alongside it as well as how devastating it can be to out accounts when we trade against it. But before we are truly able to spot likely trend reversals, we must be able to spot a trend itself.

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Canada Legalizing Cannabis: 3 Stocks on the Move


This could open the floodgates of opportunity in marijuana stocks.

In late June 2018, the Canadian Senate overwhelmingly passed Bill C-45, also known as the Cannabis Act, which legalized the use of recreational marijuana.  While it’ll now take Canadian provinces another eight to 12 weeks to prepare for likely demand, the support opened a sizable market for the country.

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The Most Anticipated ETF of 2018


All seemed lost for a Bitcoin ETF in early August 2018.

However, it was apparently just another overreaction from an impatient herd. 

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Always Look for Agreement with These Technical Indicators


I love when traders tell me technical analysis doesn’t work. 

While they’re entitled to be wrong, the fact remains that technical analysis does work, sometimes by up to 80% of the time. Granted, there is no Holy Grail, but if we use the right indicators, we increase our odds of success. Especially if we apply those indicators to well known stocks that may only be down temporarily.

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Two of the Top Artificial Intelligence (AI) ETFs to Watch


The artificial intelligence (AI) revolution is quickly emerging.

And it’s likely to change the world, as we know it. 

The automotive industry is applying the technology with driverless cars.

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An Easy Way to Spot Pivots in Stocks


One of the best ways to make money on the Street is by spotting excessive bouts of fear and greed. 

In fact, that’s how some of the most famous investors made their money.

In short, they were buying when others were scared, and selling when others got too greedy. They were exploiting the very psychology of herd mentality.

And we can do much of the same.

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