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Just  Enough to Mug You!

Aaron Lynch 25 Jan, 2013
Many years ago David Bowden commented that, “more often than not, the market will do just enough to mug you”.
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I Just Don't Know

Tom Scollon 23 Nov, 2012
What an admission! I really don’t know where the markets are going in the medium-term.
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Fourth Time Lucky?

Mathew Barnes 9 Nov, 2012
In his Commodities Course, W.D. Gann wrote about Double and Triple Tops and Bottoms, calling them strong levels of support and resistance.
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Macquarie Bank Heads Higher

Lauren Jones 2 Nov, 2012
Many Safety in the Market students have been stalking Australian banks recently, due to the nature of the setups on the bigger picture.
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Depository Interests

Jordan Craw 20 Sep, 2010
It is very much a cliché, but the world is really becoming a much smaller place. It would be hard to find someone who disagrees with this.
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Blowing in the Wind

John Jeffery 6 Sep, 2010
The deteriorating investment climate and recessionary environment of the last few years has had some interesting impacts on social behaviour and interests.
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Entry Signals to Trade Elliott Wave

John Jeffery 19 Jul, 2010
In the early 1980’s a trader and a psychiatrist were having an ongoing dispute as to whether great traders were born or created.
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Depository Receipts

Jordan Craw 12 Jul, 2010
British Petroleum has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons and as you can see from Chart 1 its share price is down over 40% this year.
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Around and Around the Mulberry Bush

Tom Scollon 12 Jul, 2010
It always amuses me when I hear Wall St and Europe were down ‘on the back of falls in the Asian markets – the previous day.
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Ascending / Descending Triangles

John Jeffery 4 Jun, 2010

If you are looking to trade a break out on an intraday chart, one pattern which is often quite useful and favoured by currency traders is the ascending or descending triangle.

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