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

Last Updated: August 1, 2019

By Rayner

Yikes!

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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