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  1. Stocks Move Lower Despite Improving Economy

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  2. Mexico ETF Sees Departures Ahead of NAFTA Talks

    Investors are fleeing the Mexico ETF as NAFTA talks heat up.
  3. The S&P 500 Is Flashing a Major Warning Signal

    Over the last few weeks, volatility has reemerged in the broader markets.
  4. Zoe's Kitchen Stock Reverses Course After Earnings Miss

    Zoe's Kitchen shares fell sharply in pre-market trading on Friday. Traders will be watching these levels closely.
  5. American Airlines Stock Breaks Down From Head and Shoulders

    American Airlines shares moved sharply lower on Thursday, but traders will be closely watching key support levels.
  6. These Country ETFs Are Near Technical Buy Points

    These country ETFs are in strong uptrends and have recently pulled back to a potential buying area.
  1. How to Sell Put Options to Benefit in Any Market

    As long as the underlying stocks are of companies you are happy to own, put selling can be a lucrative strategy.
  2. Spread Betting: OK in the U.K., Illegal in the U.S.

    The U.K. practice of spread betting is illegal in the U.S. because it is considered a form of online gambling, banned in ...
  3. Another Issuer Eyes a Bitcoin ETF

    Another ETF issuer could try to launch a bitcoin ETF.
  4. Why Big Investors Are Bullish on Nike Stock

    Solid fundamentals and price action are making Nike stock attractive to institutional investors.
  5. Bullion

    Gold and silver that is officially recognized as being at least 99.5% pure and is in the form of bars or ingots rather than ...
  6. Consider This About Leveraged Gold Miners ETFs

    Traders have a lot to consider when mulling leveraged ETFs.
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  3. SEC Form 13F

    A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), also known as the Information Required of Institutional Investment ...
  4. Quantitative Easing

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