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Archive for the ‘Candlestick Trading’ Category


Why Do Signals Help You Make Smart Investing Choices?

Making smart investing choices is the key to making a profit and avoiding losses. But, how do you make smart choices? What analysts do you listen to and when do you follow the herd versus being a contrarian? There are signals that seem to occur in every market situation. But, why do signals help you make smart investing choices?
Avoiding the Twin Demons of Fear and Greed
When the value of an investment, like a stock, is going up, it is easy to become greedy. And, when the value of that investment starts to fall, it is easier to become fearful. These […]

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Investing with Candlesticks

Conservative and value based stock investing and saving is becoming popular in light of the recent market crash and slowly recovering economy. Balancing a stock portfolio with a mixture of growth stocks, dividend stocks, small cap stocks and large cap stocks is a traditional approach to long term investing. A smart addition to long term […]

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Investing and Immigration Reform

A bipartisan group of US senators as well as a group from the House of Representatives have come up with comprehensive plans to deal with US immigration issues. The fact that everyone seems to be looking at creating a comprehensive solution has business leaders excited and supportive. There are at least eleven million illegal immigrants […]

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Ever Heard Of Futures?

Have you ever heard of futures and the ability to enhance profits with the candlestick charting technique? There is a difference between the stock market and futures. In futures trading, you don’t really own anything as in stocks. When trading you are merely making a bet in which direction the future price will go. If […]

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Over the Counter Stocks

There is a bilateral contract signed by two parties regarding how a particular trade is to be settled in future, when you deal in over the counter stocks. The reason for these type of stocks to be ‘unlisted’ is usually because the company is small and is unable to meet the listing requirements of the […]

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