3 Key Signs Of A Market Top

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Every time the direction of a stock changes course, so does the financial fate of investors. Whether it's a rise or a fall, there are ways to see the changes coming and there are ways to profit from the corrections. There are a few key factors to search for when trying to predict the course of a stock, and surprisingly, you don't need a finance degree to puzzle it out.

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