Stock Lingo, Opening and Closing Bell

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Ever seen the opening or closing bell on CNBC? The NYSE is one of a few exchanges that ring a bell to signify the trading day’s start and end. A lot of company CEOs, fund managers, and just basically wall street big boys have the honor of ringing the bell on a given day. If […]

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Learn to Trade Stocks Risk Free

I think a big misunderstanding is that it takes money to learn how to trade stocks online. I will tell you right now that is not the case at all, and in fact I highly recommend NOT going down that path. There are two great, easy, fun, risk free, and simple ways to practice investing […]

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Stock Chart Magic, PPO and MACD

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For investors that are interested in technical analysis or practice it often understanding the difference between PPO and MACD is very useful. Stock chart analysis is critical to investment success so take a look at the chart below to see visually both Percentage Price Oscillator (PPO) and Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) in action. Ignoring […]

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Bulls and Bears, The Wall Street Difference

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The difference between bulls and bears in relation to Wall Street and the stock market is pretty simple. Bulls think that the market, a individual stock, or a industry will rise. On the contrary, Bears think the market will fall. On Wall Street the bulls and bears can be found wherever you go, because almost […]

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Ascending Channels on Stock Charts

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As we continue to dig deeper into the art of technical analysis, I get to introduce you guys to more and more patterns to find on stock charts. The pattern we will be exploring here is called an ascending channel. What makes up a ascending channel is an upward moving channel formed with two basically […]

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