Energy stocks were back on the rebound to start the trading week as the broader markets move deeper into overbought territory above the 200-day moving average.
TradingMarkets 7 Stocks You Need to Know for Monday: NVDA, WYNN, MGM, EXPE, MSFT, NOK, NFLX
Traders are likely to see overbought conditions when trading begins on Monday as buyers bid stocks higher again on Friday. See what stocks are in pullback mode ahead of Monday’s open in our latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
TradingMarkets 7 Stocks You Need to Know for Friday: HAL, WSM, PETM, HIBB, ANN, CRM, NTAP
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.
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How to Trade Shakeouts
A swing trap is a chart pattern that can offer a great opportunity for swing traders to hop on board a fast moving stock. Craig Ferguson shares some setups for trading the swing trap chart pattern.
Charles Kirk: Want to Trade For a Living?
Charles Kirk, trader and publisher of The Kirk Report, is one of the lucky few who spend his days not toiling for a boss or haggling with co-workers, but instead by trading stocks. Here he gives us some insight into his work as a trader and his writing at The Kirk Report.
Swing Trading the Forex Market
The 24-hour nature of the Forex market makes it a perfect match for swing trading. David Goodboy explains why.
A Strategy Trading 2-Day Highs
Tim Bourquin interviews a private trader who prefers to stay under the radar a little bit – but talks openly about his trading methods and strategies that he uses to make profitable swing trades.
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