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Interest Rates Steer the Economy

  • Author: John Jagerson
  • Ticker: etfc
  • Trade Opened: Oct 8, 2014

E*Trade (ETFC) has many issues besides poor fundamental performance, and unfortunately, they have absolutely no control over one of their most serious problems. Since the financial crisis, brokerage profits have been stunted by low interest rates. Brokers make money from the spread between what they . . .

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CLS resting on uptrending support

  • Author: joeldadrummer
  • Ticker: CLS
  • Trade Opened: Sep 24, 2014
  • Trade Closed: Sep 27, 2014

CLS (Celestica) is sitting (testing) on its up-trending support line (Weekly Charts). If support holds and this week’s candle holds, it’s a buy. $14 would be the target around Feb/March of 2015. A close below the uptrending support (on the weekly carts) would mean the trade is off and close out the . . .

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Education Service

  • Author: aldrich
  • Ticker: @
  • Trade Opened: Sep 25, 2014

Buy a Term Paper Every essay written was written by an academic writer who is a Native English speaker with at least a Master’s degree.

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Blow Offs in Overvalued Stocks

  • Author: John Jagerson
  • Ticker: gco
  • Trade Opened: Sep 19, 2014

There has been a recent rash of blow offs among fast-growing or turnaround stocks in the apparel industry. A blow off can be described as a three-step technical signal that indicates a short term top. The first stage is a parabolic rise in price that can last from a few months to a few weeks. The . . .

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Walter Investment Management Corp. WAC MACD Divergence

  • Author: jessielivermore
  • Ticker: WAC
  • Trade Opened: May 27, 2014
  • Trade Updated: Sep 13, 2014

People are buying homes. WAC provides financing for buyers. Over the next few months, I believe companies like WAC will reach higher price points. Currently, WAC has good support between 25 and 30. You might be able to pick it up somewhere on the low side of that range.
WAC is showing a classic MACD . . .

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