High Probability Trade Setups

The US market had 4 trading days last week because of the Presidential funeral. The week started strong on Monday trading to 26000, Tuesday selling day with no trade Thursday and Friday sell off continued and we ended the week at 24388 points.

We are technically at support 24250 points, we have had this support severally this year at 24250. Monday this week looking at the pre-market data we are down indicating the market will seek to open lower and if the support does not hold the DOW could trade down to 23500 points.

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Free Stock Market Analysis – Thursday 08th November 2018

DOW JONES

Following my holiday in the sunshine, I am are back with your 08th November 2018 Thursday morning market update; hope you have had a good trading week so far?

Wednesday trading was up 545 points and it was part of what we expected. Regardless of the US mid-term election we were going to have a bullish day

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Free Stock Market Analysis – Monday 29th October 2018

Hello and hope you all had a fantastic weekend? Getting ready for the new week?

DOW JONES, S&P 500 and NASDAQ 100 INDICIES

Lots of volatility last week, we had a lot of selling early last week and the selling day on Wednesday causing the rally on Thursday while on Friday we referred to as the end of the bearish move though no guarantees but we have reached our target support at 24500points

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How To Buy And Sell Stocks Online – The Profitable Strategy With Low Risk

Let me start by asking you this question. What is the present value of a stock? It is what someone is willing to pay for it. In doubt what causes the price to change? What the buyers and sellers THINK about a stock (People’s Sentiment). click here to read more on how people sentiment move stock price.

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