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Planning the Pullback in the Big Three US Equity Indexes
By Corey Rosenbloom   
September 26, 2014

In simplest terms, a pullback or retracement is the most logical thing to expect for the US Stock Market at the moment.

However, logical does not mean guaranteed.

How about more than one?

A Dismal Week for Gold...Again
By Anna Coulling   
September 25, 2014

It was another dismal week for gold bugs again as the precious metal moved relentlessly lower, with no signals either fundamental, technical or relational, suggesting that the currency bearish trend is coming to an end any time soon.

Learning from the Mistakes We Make When Trading
By Alex Wasilewski   
September 24, 2014

There are so many bad habits in trading we learn from books and amateurs running trading web sites, and yet we keep making the same mistakes. We have to think outside the box...we need to change our behavior.

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A Look at the Gold Market
By Hubert Senters   
September 23, 2014

Recently, the gold market has looked very weak. Could we see sustained movement to the downside or has Gold finally reached its low? In today's video, let's take a look at gold on different timeframes to try and predict where this market is headed in the short-term.

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How Many Symbols to Trade at Once
By Austin Passamonte   
September 23, 2014

One of the most common email questions I get inquires if our method of trading will / will not work with fill-in-blank symbol or market. There is only one possible answer to that and it would be yes...our price-action based trading approach works in any moving market.

Using Fibonacci on the S&P with Reversal Zones
By Alla Peters   
September 22, 2014

Today at the market open, the S&P hourly reached our Reversal Zone. This reminded us the importance of never acquiring positions into this level. As this level identifies Bullish Trend Exhaustion, we stayed out patiently at the market open and only after the news release at 10 EST did we consider entering.

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