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Spotting and Trading a Pullback

Spotting and buying a pullback is one of the oldest and most basic principles in investing or trading. It’s not easy to do, as you can never predict whether a decline is a short-term pullback or the beginning of a larger downturn. But there are a few principles you...

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Crypto Owners, the Worst is Yet to Come

Posted by Halifax America - Authored by Aaron Hankin via MarketWatch   Crypto owners got a much-needed reprieve on Wednesday with bitcoin and major digital currencies posting double-digit gains, breathing life into their portfolios that have been shredded to pieces of...

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Oil Prices Are Dragging Down the Economy

Posted by Halifax America Source: MarketWatch   President Donald Trump on Wednesday touted falling oil prices as a “tax cut for America and the world,” but economists say the shale revolution, which has turned the U.S. back into a major oil producer, means that...

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Stock Market Gains for 2018 Vanish

Posted by Halifax America Source: Marketwatch "U.S. stocks fell sharply at the start of trade Tuesday, extending a pre-Thanksgiving rout that has been fueled mostly by a selling in shares of technology and internet-related companies. Sharp declines in Target and...

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$9 Trillion Corporate Debt Bubbling in the Economy

Posted by Halifax America Source: CNBC   At first glance, it looks like a $9 trillion time bomb is ready to detonate, a corporate debt load that has escalated thanks to easy borrowing terms and a seemingly endless thirst from investors.   On Wall Street, though, hopes...

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Nothing Is Working!

Posted by Halifax America Source: Zerohedge   Usually the excuse "nothing is working" is used by finance professionals when begging clients not to pull their money, desperate to explain woeful performance and when there are no other explanations left. Only in 2018,...

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