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Find Out: A Bearish Trading Opportunity In A Cloud-Based Software Company

| September 9, 2019 | 0 Comments
Find Out: A Bearish Trading Opportunity In A Cloud-Based Software Company

Atlassian Corporation (TEAM) was one of the hottest company’s in terms of its growth and stock price.  But now, it looks like it’s losing steam and breaking down, setting it up for a bearish trade. Atlassian Corporation Plc – Class A Ordinary Shares (TEAM) is a cloud-based software company which provides a variety of tools for content […]

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3 Smart Trades For A Troubled Market

3 Smart Trades For A Troubled Market

Try these options trades for high-odds profits in DIS, AMD and RUT Another trade war headline delivered another nasty market open. With volatility on the rise and overnight swoons in stock futures now the norm, the environment has turned treacherous for directional traders. If you’re seeking the best trades to weather the turmoil, I suggest […]

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Useful Guidelines For Credit Spread & Iron Condor Trading

| December 14, 2018 | 0 Comments
Useful Guidelines For Credit Spread & Iron Condor Trading

The stock market continues to fluctuate wildly, on Monday the Dow Jones went from being down 500 points to close positive. Today, it quickly erased a 350-point gain. But within these huge intraday swings, the market seems to be carving out a defined range. This creates a good opportunity for selling credit spreads in general and iron condors […]

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Volatility Will Normalize And Here’s How To Profit When It Happens

| November 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
Volatility Will Normalize And Here’s How To Profit When It Happens

Market volatility has essentially become a mainstream metric in the investment realm – especially for anyone who does any short-term trading. Most traders are now aware of what the VIX is and how a higher level in the volatility index usually means more uncertainty in the market. While investors and traders may not be able […]

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3 Bank Stocks To Sell On This Bounce

| November 2, 2018 | 0 Comments
3 Bank Stocks To Sell On This Bounce

Bears are frolicking in the banking sector — join them! Beaten-down sectors are coming up for air, but their reprieve is bound to be short-lived. Or, at least, that’s what the price action suggests. Downtrends are full of sucker bounces peddling false hope. Take bank stocks for instance. Their trend is pointing lower, and this […]

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3 Energy Stocks Running Headlong Into Resistance

3 Energy Stocks Running Headlong Into Resistance

Low-risk setups are forming for bears in these energy stocks and ETFs Since being left for dead, crude oil has cobbled together quite the respectable rally. At $46.60, black gold has now rallied 11% off its 52-week lows over the past eight trading sessions. Color me impressed, particularly considering how hated oil was. Energy stocks […]

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3 Of The Best Trades On Wall Street Right Now

3 Of The Best Trades On Wall Street Right Now

These three beauties boast solid price patterns The silver lining of any and all market selloffs is their ability to return the Street’s favorite stocks to support levels. These floors provide multiple benefits. For starters, trade setups forming around support provide a clear price level to trade against. If the stock stays above-said level, then […]

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Profit From The Thrashing In The Gold Stocks (GDXJ)

Profit From The Thrashing In The Gold Stocks (GDXJ)

Gold stocks were slammed on Monday — profit if GDX remains under pressure Tremors were felt in gold mining stocks Monday. What began as a run-of-the-mill bout of profit taking soon morphed into a torrential downpour of sell orders. By day’s end, the Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:GDX) had fallen 5.3%. And if you […]

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Bear Call Spread

| March 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
Bear Call Spread

A bear call spread is a bearish options strategy.  You would use it only if you expect the underlying stock will drop in price. In a bear call spread, you buy a call option at a certain strike price and sell a call at a lower strike price.  Since a call with a lower strike […]

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