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Why Sentiment Is Important in the Stock Market

Why Sentiment Is Important in the Stock Market

When investors look at stocks, their analysis is biased by how they feel about the economy or the company.

By admitting this bias exists, they can develop insight into how the market really works.

In today’s video, I explain why that insight can lead to a market-timing tool that has a high probability of success.

(If you’d prefer to read a transcript instead, click here.)


Michael Carr, CMT, CFTe

Editor, One Trade

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