Tag: 200-Day Moving Average

Technical Analysis – Moving Averages

| March 16, 2009 | 0 Comments

My favorite part of this job is learning about different investing techniques.  I’m always reading about new strategies some hedge fund manager is using to generate huge returns.  I’ve met with individual investors focusing on fundamental analysis.  Sometimes, I get to debate the merits of a strategy with people who use it. One of the […]

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Using The 200-Day Moving Average As A Technical Indicator?

| February 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

I’m sure you’ve seen the headlines recently.  It’s uglier than a squished bug on your windshield.  Just look at a few… Six Year Lows on the Dow! Stock Downturn Continues Market Hits New Crisis Low Dow Plummets! Wave of Selling Spans the Globe. The headlines are brutal.  It’s a sickening reminder of how much money […]

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How Unemployment Numbers Will Impact The Stock Market

| January 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

The second I stepped into my car I knew today would be interesting.  On my daily commute, I always tune my radio to the Financial News Network.  It’s an all business/all news radio program.  I guess studying the market ten to twelve hours a day isn’t enough for me.  I’ve got to listen to market […]

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Inverse ETFs – Short Selling

| January 28, 2008 | 0 Comments

When asked how to make money in the markets most brokers reply with the famous Wall Street saying, “Buy low and sell high.”  This is always easier said than done.  Anyone can make money when the markets are moving up and up and up.  But, what if the market starts falling? As we mentioned in […]

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