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Yes, Give it to me

Why I’m speculating this market will trade higher (and how you can take advantage of it) 

 April 18, 2017

By  Rayner


I’m one day late for this week’s market analysis because I went to Malaysia over the weekend.

But hey…

Better late than never, right?

Now moving on…

In this week’s video, I want to share with you the 2 best trading setups for the week.

Also, you’ll learn:

The “secret ingredient” I look for when trading the flag pattern.

This is important because it’s the difference between a high probability trading setup and low trading probability setup.

So click below to watch this week’s video…

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  • Thanks Rayner.

    I’ve never traded bonds before, perhaps because I’ve never been with a broker who offers it. This treasury note looks like its forming an interesting pattern though.

  • Hey Rayner, hope you had a great trip! And thanks for the new video. Like Haroun above, I’ve also been interested in bonds and think that they’re setting up nicely too. I don’t have a position but been watching the TLT ETF with interest.

  • Hey Rayner, when you are using a moving average, would you be so kind as to state whether this is a simple or exponential average? Or do you always use one or the other and I missed it somewhere.

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