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Find out how you can how you can use technical and fundamental indicators together to figure out whether it might be a good or bad time to enter a trade.
Find out how you can how you can bring several technical and fundamental indicators together to help you decide which stocks to trade and which to avoid.
Find out how you can use Simple Moving Averages to identify potential short selling opportunities.
Learn the basics around the concept of short selling and the mechanics of how a short sale works.
Learn how you can use Fibonacci retracement lines to spot potential patterns in price charts.
Learn about what a bull trap is and why they show up during bear markets.
On this episode of Trading: Up-Close, Joe Mazzola takes a look at three key measures of financial strength you can look at before buying stock in a company.
The Relative Strength Index, or RSI, is a technical indicator measuring the strength and momentum behind a stock's recent price moves. It can give you a sense of when a stock might have become over or undervalued, and possibly ripe for a reversal.
On this episode of Trading Up-Close, Lee Bohl explains the differences between simple moving average (SMA) and exponential moving average (EMA).
On this episode of Trading Up-Close, Lee Bohl explains what Average True Range is and how it can be a useful tool for setting exit levels as a part of your risk-management strategy.

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