The BetterTrades stock market course is designed with the student in mind. BetterTrades offers a stock market education that is unmatched. BetterTrades is dedicated to enabling students to make educated choices when it comes to making a decision on buying stocks or options.
Aside from one down day during the middle of last week, the major indices posted gains throughout the week. This was due in large part to optimism from investors following upbeat economic data, including the job markets, productivity and factory orders. ...Read More
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After BetterTrades founder Freddie Rick left the U.S. Marine Corp, he was in the same position. He knew little about the stock market, but viewed it as an avenue to potentially make money. He studied and learned how to make better trades in the stock market. His findings helped enable him to develop a stock market education course. Thousands of students have used Freddie's findings to learn about the stock market. A BetterTrades education can potentially be a big step in your educational process.
In the stock market, when it comes to making better trades, it often comes down to education. That's why BetterTrades is at the top when it comes to stock market education. The instructors, the classes, and the trading products are first class. And BetterTrades has a mentoring program designed to help you learn to become a better trader.
If you want to learn how to trade the stock market, make the decision now to attend an introductory Financial Freedom Expo. This two-hour class, held near your your community, will introduce you to the BetterTrades system and show you it's possible to become educated and make money in the stock market through better trades. And you can learn to make money whether the market is going up or going down.
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Saving money is something that everyone wants to do. The Better Trade Offs section will help you determine the areas in your life that you can live without, can potentially help you save money in the long run. A dollar saved is a dollar earned.
BetterTrades wants to help show you how a stock market education is the key to making money in the market. The more money you make, the more you can save. The extra money, whether produced or saved, gives you freedom. With more money you can potentially do the things you want.
You can't get something for nothing, so you may have to rearrange your priorities in order to achieve your goals. In order to make more money, your trade off may be more education. You may need to learn additional skills in order to give you the ability to increase your income. A few hours each week (c'mon, do you really need to watch that much television?) might be enough to put you over the top and push you toward financial independence. Giving up a few hours of TV in favor of a potential better life is a worthwhile trade off.
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Things have been looking good recently for all the stock market indexes, as each of the major market indexes have been steadily climbing the price chart since hitting lows back in early March of 2009. Technology stocks and the NASDAQ have been out front of the other major indexes demonstrating that tech is still king of the markets.
Despite encouraging news and continued price appreciation, the market seems to have hit a solid resistance level. The NASDAQ was steadily bullish until June 5th, when it began to bump up against a solid resistance line at about 1,500. Since that time it has retested this level and reached a high of close to 1,512 before closing in or around 1,500 for several trading periods in a row. Traders are looking at this price level for significance. A futile effort by the bulls to maintain this level could result in a significant retracement, while a breakthrough could signal another extended rally.
The QQQQ, the NASDAQ 100 tracking fund is well above both its 50 and 200 day moving average, which may have institutional investors becoming net sellers if the index fails to maintain its upward momentum. Currently circling around $36, the ETF hit resistance at $37.18 before contracting. It had looked to be using its 20 day moving average as support but a recent bearish push below this level may be signaling a retracement. The bearish contraction against the rally ending in early May retraced back to the 200 day moving average before rebounding once again. A significant price decline below the 20 day moving average ($35.80) should certainly alarm major buyers and put the bears back in the driver seat towards the 50 day average and next significant level of support at around $34.
Of the major ten stocks influencing the NASDAQ today 7 out of the 10 are showing a downward bias for the short term. This would include companies such as: Apple (AAPL), Cisco (CSCO), Google (GOOG), Oracle (ORCL), Qualcomm (QCOM), Research in Motion (RIMM), and Teva Pharmaceuticals (TEVA). However, there is still potential for additional price appreciation for companies such as: Gilead Sciences (GILD), Intel Corp (INTC), and Microsoft (MSFT). Any significant price gap to the downside, or the formation of an extended bearish trend in tech stocks, will likely take these few bright spots with it.