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Learning Markets Events and Recordings

Live Daily Market Commentary Webinars
The Daily Market Commentary Webinar Series is held live every weekeday at 6p ET. In each session, Learning Markets analysts will:
  • Review the major indexes and put the daily market action in context.
  • Walk through the day's economic announcements, earnings announcements and major news affecting the day's market actions.
  • We walk through technical and fundamental analysis of the big movers and market sectors each day.
Submit questions to the presenter about the market, news or individual stocks during a live Q&A session during each event.
Live Strategy Session Webinars
The Strategy Session Webinar Series is held live every Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm ET. Recent topics discussed include:
  • Exploring the Cup & Handle Technical Pattern.
  • Creating Price Targets from Candlestick Patterns.
  • Conquer Your Emotions and Improve Trading Discipline.
Submit questions to the presenter about investing strategies during a live Q&A session during each event.
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The Steepening Belly of the Curve

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 by Wade Hansen

The belly of the U.S. Treasury yield curve — shown most notably by the yield on the 10-year Treasury — is getting steeper by the day, but if you look out to the yield on the 30-year Treasury, you’ll see it is well off its highs from a year ago. In today’s Daily Market Commentary, Learning Markets analysts discuss the different reaction from different parts of the Treasury yield curve and what it tells us about investor expectations.

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Choosing the Best Oscillating Indicator for Your Charts

Posted on Jan 18, 2018 by John Jagerson

When you open up your stock charts, you are bombarded with a list of technical indicators you can potentially add to your chart. In this Strategy Session webinar, Learning Markets analysts will discuss the pros and cons of a variety of oscillating technical indicators that are available to you.

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