Archive for June, 2016

Is now the right time to buy European banks?

Is now the right time to buy European banks? Banks in Europe saw their stocks fall sharply on Monday as investors digested the U.K.’s historic vote last week. U.S. listed shares of Barclays (BCS) plunged nearly 21 percent, while shares of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Deutsche Band (DB) fell 15 percent and 5.7 percent […]


Trade Setups for GBP Before and After Brexit

Trade Setups for GBP Before and After Brexit Brexit, this latest black swan event has pushed the pound sterling   way below previous lows and many traders are strongly convinced that a strong move lower is bound to happen. In the view of smart money traders, the panic selloff of the pound sterling is likely with […]


Trade Setups based on E-Mini S&P Guidance Chart

Trade Setups based on E-Mini S&P Guidance Chart  This is an example of our “Trade Setups and Trade Outcomes Series” with Guidance Chart for day trading the E-Mini S&P. Today’s Trade Setups and Outcomes demonstrate how AbleTrend Guidance Chart can help you to deal with choppy market in day trading. Trade Setup of ES_1 20160622 […]


Trade Setups and Outcomes based on AAPL weekly chart

Trade Setups and Outcomes based on AAPL weekly chart This is another example of our “Trade Setups and Trade Outcomes Series.” The purpose of this series is to provide you with a historical view or a bird’s eye view of how AbleTrends signals of the weekly chart have been performing for swing trading.Trade Setup of […]


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