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Is the Financial Sector About to Break Out?
by Chad Shoop July 14, 2017 Stocks
The head-and-shoulders pattern has broken down, but the financial sector itself is now range-bound, and that can be just as important.
The pattern I stumbled on is a classic head-and-shoulders pattern. In this case, it is calling for a sharp decline — and soon. Heads-Up: This Pattern Is Calling for a Sell-off
by Chad Shoop May 26, 2017 Stocks
The pattern I stumbled on is a classic head-and-shoulders pattern. In this case, it is calling for a sharp decline — and soon.
In February, I wrote an article called “Beating the Average” that showed you how to do just that — beat the average. Today, we are going to see how we did. Outperform the Market In February, I wrote an article called “Beating the Average” that showed you how to do just that — beat the average. Today, we are going to see how we did.
When a rubber band is stretched too far, it tends to snap back. The same is true of stocks in the long run … with the long run measured in years. Energy Is a Long-Term Buy
by Michael Carr February 6, 2017 Trading Strategies
When a rubber band is stretched too far, it tends to snap back. The same is true of stocks in the long run … with the long run measured in years.

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