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Trading Up-Close

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When traders buy stock, they also need to think about their exit strategy. Kevin Horner describes the different sell orders you can use to exit a position.
Buying your first stock can be an intimidating process. Kevin Horner describes the different ways to analyze stock, plus the various order types and when you might use them.

What goes into a trade plan? Kevin Horner discusses the key elements in a plan and how they should inform every trade you make.

If you think you’d like to start trading stocks, what do you need to know? Kevin Horner explains what it takes to be a trader and how it differs from long-term investing.
Learn the difference between a stop order and a stop-limit order and how to decide when to use one over the other.
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.
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.

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