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SM 101: Intro to the Market, Investing and Trading Friday June 16
Location: John A. Logan College Room F119
Time: 8:20 AM – 8:50 AM Seminar begins at 8:55 AM Sharp Ends by 4:15 PM
Tuition: Early Bird Pricing $79.00 until June 10, 2017 Regular Price $89
Online Registration-Seating is Limited
Refreshments available-lunch is not included
Additional Details to Come….
I continue to audit the current ‘Big Five” market cap stocks to determine if “Simple Simon, Sell Signals are visible.” If so, we can use SS Sell signals for when to take (Bull play) profits and possibly dance with the Bears.
Today we analyze MSFT-–click here to see where their revenue source. Since they are more diversified than the other four in the group, will this help to protect profits during the next correction?
MSFT Key Points…
A. Currently trading with a .79 correlation to the SPX
B. Increasing Dividend
C. Previous Simple Simon Sell Signals are highlighted-red boxes
D. Downtrends were signaled with red Elder Impulse Bars
1. Since MSFT holds a large percentage of the SPX value, we need to keep it front and center.
2. MSFT is trading well above the 6 WMA and while making new highs, currently shows signs of profit-taking with the CMF and MFI.
Tomorrow we finalize the current “Big Five” series with a new chart to signal when to take profits and put on our “Bear Suits.”
When complete, we will update our All-Star A&B and High Dividend CEF candidate plays.
Enjoy your day!
David O. England
Plan your work, work your plan, and share your harvest! 1 Timothy 2:1-2
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DAVID O. ENGLAND is the founder of the Eye on the Market-Training Academy and Associate Professor Emeritus of Finance. This column is presented for educational purposes only and not intended as financial advice.
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