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Morning Prep: Fed Minutes Cause Whip-Saw Market with Spikes
By Jerry Simmons   
September 18, 2014

The release of the Fed minutes yesterday caused some interesting movement in the markets. Looking at the ES, we see 4 spikes as the market whip-sawed back and forth throughout the day based on the news that was coming out at that moment in time.

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Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
September 18, 2014

In today's video, we will take a look back at several of the major markets. Starting with the nasdaq market. We saw the Nasdaq pause with uncertainty on the Fed news, however, this market looks poised to move the upside and will likely find some buyers.

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Close Above 10 & 20 Day Moving Average Not Beneficial for Fading Gap
By Scott Andrews   
September 17, 2014

In today's daily wrap, we will discuss fading gaps in the markets when the close of the previous day is above the 10 and 20 day moving average. Looking at the data, we are not confident in fading the gap when this type of close presents itself as both short and long historical data is showing fading as a losing strategy.

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Hidden Support Areas Revealed from Moving Average Clusters
By Corey Rosenbloom   
September 16, 2014

When using moving averages on a chart to find possible targets and support levels, which exact moving average setting should you use?

How about more than one?

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Gold Approaching the 1200 Level
By Hubert Senters   
September 16, 2014

The gold market has recently been in a bit of a free fall to the downside. We recently moved below a key support area which could have propped this market up. Is 1200 the next level that we should be looking for support in this market? Learn why there still may be some opportunities to the short side.

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A Discussion on Math and Statistics in Trading
By Austin Passamonte   
September 15, 2014

In many videos, you will see a traditional explanation of the markets, market A did this and market B did that and here is what we were looking to do. In this video, I want to try something different. I want to take a look at math and statistics of the markets since we all have to use them in our trading.

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