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  4. The Seven-Day Extension Fade

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    Often in life, the right action is the hardest to take. Discover how to get on the ...
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    The pound is one of the world's most popular traded currencies, and is heavily impacted ...
  1. What economic indicators are important to consider when investing in the retail sector?

    Learn why the unemployment rate and Consumer Confidence Index are two of the best economic indicators when investing in the ...
  2. Why should an investor in the retail sector consider the Consumer Confidence Index?

    Learn how the Consumer Confidence Index works and why it is such a valuable tool for retail investors to predict future consumer ...
  3. What are the top technical indicators used for Range-Bound Trading strategies?

    Learn how to identify when a market is range bound and what some of the technical indicators are that work best for trading ...
  4. What are the differences between Relative Strength Index (RSI) & Commodity Channel ...

    Read about some of the primary differences between the relative strength index (RSI) and the commodity channel index (CCI).
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