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Short term oversold conditions resulted in a strong rally on Thursday, putting many oversold stocks back in the overbought column ahead of the final trading day of the week.
Previously, we published a four- part series on the making of a bull market. Now that the market has risen significantly since that series was published, today let’s look at what the next stage of this bull market could potentially bring.
What is more important to a long term investor: a company’s earnings or a company’s revenues? In Part 2, Harry Domash discusses his own criteria for picking the kind of stocks that are ready to move higher over the long term.
Larry Connors concludes his series on how to identify when a bear market is transitioning to a bull market. Market behavior often repeats itself and these 9 rules have repeated themselves for 7 consecutive bear markets since 1981.
In the last two trading lessons, we looked at the past 7 bull markets since 1982 and the common characteristics of these bear-to-bull market transitions. Today, Larry Connors continues his in depth analysis of the 8 common themes of most new bull markets.
Each of the past 7 bull markets since 1982 has been different but each has had basically the same characteristics when they rallied out of them and transitioned into a bear market. In part two of this trading lesson, Larry Connors takes an in-depth look at 4 of these characteristics.
Larry Connors shares with you the common themes in bear-to-bull market transitions. Not only will you be able to apply these guidelines to this market, you’ll likely be able to use them for future bear-to-bull transitions.
Forex trader Sean Lydiard discuses strategies to properly manage risk, as well as, why it’s valuable to keep track of news and economic calendar announcements that will affect Forex positions.
It’s not always easy to tell if a company’s earnings report will come out higher or lower than analysts’ forecast. Dave Goodboy shares some tips on how to play with options should the market go in either direction.