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happy one year anniversary to this account✨ i seriously can't believe how far i've made it and i certainly couldn't have done it without all of my mutuals. ive met so many great people on here and im glad that i can share my life with all of you now. thank you for everything💗
- for justin💌
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3095319 March, 2019
یکی از پر بیننده ترین فیلمها در حوزه #سرمایه_گذاری در بورس که توصیه میشه حتما ببینید .
They say markets climb 📈 a wall of worry❗️Despite the DOW having churned in a range for the past few weeks, it has easily maintained a sharp move up of 4,000 points off the late December lows.
Along the way, there were plenty of issues that could have at least put a dent in the rally, if not overturned it, but did not.
What do you think will be the issue that finally puts the last nail in the coffin ⚰ of a now 10 year bull 🐂 market❓A geopolitical issue like a failure of trade talks with China❓A further inversion of the yield curve with the 2/10 year differential flipping❓A hard Brexit❓Weakening of more macroeconomic stats❓Compression of corporate profit margins❓Evidence of inflation that ties the FED's hands❓Or something entirely unexpected❓What do you say❓
Sometimes, trading is like a tug of war. On days when the fear of an inevitable recession wells up, markets can take a bit of a dive 📉❗️On days when nothing obvious gets in its way, there is still a distinct tendency for stocks to run up 📈❗️ How do we handle such situations❓One way is to set your lines in the sand. I say trade the stronger 🏋index, the DOW, on the long side given it holds over the 40 avg. Trade the weak index, the RUT on the short side given that it stays under the 40 avg. Both trades won't work forever. One side or the other will give way❗️😍 It is not an ideal trading scenario but this is what we have at the moment.
Trading does not have to be complicated❗️Print out a simple price chart - no moving averages, nothing. Then, get out a ruler and a pencil. Draw a line of support under the market every time you see at least two points, preferably three. Draw a line of overhead resistance in the same way.
Looking 👀 at the green lines of support, you may buy dips 📈 down to support. Just be sure to cover if the support line breaks❗️😍 Alternatively, you may short a break of the green support lines and cover if the market snaps back in your face❗️😍 You may short an approach of the red overhead resistance lines. Jump out of the way if the market reverses course and pushes up through that same red line.
That is really all there is to trading in terms of figuring out which way markets are going and entering a trade in a way that should bring quick results❗️😍 The rest has to do with discipline and the psychology of trading. We will save that story for another day❗️😍
Market moving charts Retail NEED TO SEE (pulled from my work PC) - Here goes:
1. Markets Grapple With First Yield Inversion Since Before the Financial Crisis
The yield on the 10-year Treasury fell to a more-than-one-year low last week on a Dovish Federal Reserve. Fed Chair Jerome Powell indicated that interest rates were likely to stay unchanged throughout 2019 as officials assess the impact of a potential global economic slowdown. "Just as strong global growth was a tailwind," Powell said, "weaker global growth can be a headwind to our economy." 2. Traders Don't See Rates Changing
Even before Wednesday's Fed announcement, a surging number of futures traders were betting that rates would stay unchanged, or even be lowered, between now and the end of 2019. Three quarters of traders this month were positive that rates would stay pat in the 2.25 percent to 2.50 percent range, up sharply from 26 percent of traders 12 months earlier, the probability that rates will be hiked by the end of the year is now at 0 percent.
3. Pace of Manufacturing Growth Continues to Slow
The preliminary U.S. purchasing managers' index (PMI), released on Friday, shows manufacturing growth slowing to a 21-month low, from 53 in February to 52.5 in March. "Softer business activity growth reflected more subdued demand conditions in March, with new work rising at the weakest pace since April 2017," the IHS Markit report reads. As i said ISM recently printed a November 16 LOW.