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Further Room For Upside But These Are Still Not Perfect Conditions

Another good week for the Nasdaq, this time dragging the other main indices along meaning a broader based rally. So, why the “but”? Because there’s also a lot of ragged behavior out there. Because the Nasdaq and leading stocks are over-extended. Because earnings was far from consistent. So, enjoy this run by all means, but do it by managing your trades conservatively. That means protect profits as soon as possible. Market Outlook: A broader rally than previous weeks. I mentioned last week that the higher quality setups were bullish. That has seen follow-through this past week. As I look today, the quality of setups isn’t quite as good. Watch the video for more detail. The Main Indices: The S&P did make its upside breakout as suggested last week.  The QQQ is in overbought territory. 

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Post Earnings Likely to Be Tepid

The major indices are all pretty much where they were 12-months ago, and with this earnings season limping into its last few days, the most likely outcome for the summer is more tepid performance. The markets Last week I said

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Upside Yes, Thin Participation Yes

A big thank you to everyone who made the Miami event such a success! More enhancements will be deployed over the coming weeks, and we’ll be hosting Masterminds quickly so we can consolidate the learnings and optimise our use of

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Short Term More Juice to the Upside

Just TWO weeks until Miami, and although the printed manuals are already on their way to the venue, I’m still making improvements to the digital versions to make thing as fast and easy as possible for you! In the last

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Bulls Win First Round But More Battles Await

Just THREEE weeks until Miami, and last week I showcased some of the exciting bonuses we’re giving with the event. The Shrinking Retracements filter is the most complicated formula we’ve ever produced for stocks and is going to be a

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