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Michael Kahn, CMT (Chartered Market Technician) has been writing about the markets since 1986. He is the author of three books on technical analysis published in five languages. His specialty: jargon-free analysis accessible to everyone.
He has contributed to many leading financial media including Barron's Online, MarketWatch and Nightly Business Report and was the Chief Technical Analyst for BridgeNews.
It's that time of year when Wall Street offers up its many forecasts for the coming 52 weeks, based on anything from earnings growth to interest rates to the possibility of a coming recession – and in ...
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An old investment saw goes like this: "Market tops are processes, bottoms are events." This means that in the stock market, it takes time for all the moving parts to top out and head lower. It's usually ...
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After a bull market that’s now the longest on record, you might think that nothing is cheap anymore. How one precisely defines “cheap” can vary from person to person. But for many, cheap stocks are ...
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The U.S. economy is putting up some impressive numbers in GDP, jobs and wages, but many pundits fear that a slowdown is pending. Trade-war fears with China and the European Union remain front and center ...
While the GND was killed in Congress, the long-term outlook for the economy and stock market alike is green
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This wonky technical indicator is in the news, but don’t worry about it.
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