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Oversold Bounce And Volatility (Or Lack Thereof) Could Mean Big Changes Coming

Sep. 29, 2020 1:24 PM ET
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I am an internationally recognized market technical analyst and trader since 1997. My BAN (Best Asset Now) trading system beats the #SPX by 600%. Through www.TheTechnicalTraders.com/ my mission is to help clients boost their investment performance while reducing risk exposure and portfolio volatility. Through years of research, trading and helping thousands of individual traders and investors around the world I designed an automated algorithmic trading system indicators for the S&P 500 index which solves investor’s biggest problem related to the stock market - the ability to profit in both a rising and falling market. My focus is to educate individuals on how to swing-trade indexes, stocks, ETF's, precious metals, and energy.


  • Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers and Chris Vermeulen discuss the latest market volatility.

September 28, 2020

Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers and Chris Vermeulen discuss the latest market volatility. The markets are at a really critical turning point this week. The financials, technology, and energy sectors have all broken below their key 20- and 50-day moving averages. Further, the Volatility Index is trading slightly positive or flat (today). Considering the stock market is up so big, the VIX should be collapsing and dropping. We saw this pattern a couple of weeks ago where the VIX moved up with the stock market. It was just before the market had a big bout of selling.



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