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Pre Market Research: A How to Guide

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Pre Market Research: A How to Guide To make the research experience best for visitors the author of this blog has chosen not to run ads and refuses to accept donations, though many have offered. You can support the author of this blog by subscribing to Webull and beginning your trading journey with a successful deposit of $100.   CLICK HERE   (Trade from 4:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern) Many of you have asked how I produced the Pre-Market Briefs on Reddit. It is much easier than you think. Particularly if you are only interested in news that broke in the non-trading hours of 8:00 PM to 04:00 AM. Here it is as promised!  1. Stock Futures 2. Economic Calendar 3. Earnings Schedule 4. Researching Daily News 5. Conclusion 1) Stock Futures: For the "stock futures" I simply consult CNN pre-market trading . The aggregate stock futures for the Dow Jones, NASDAQ, and S&P can be found there. While this seems simple enough there are many who do not know what stock futures are. They ARE N

The Safe & Consistent Short Term Trading Strategy

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THE SAFE & CONSISTENT SHORT TERM TRADING STRATEGY BUYING GREAT COMPANIES ON A MARKET MAKER INDUCED PULLBACK To make the research experience best for visitors the author of this blog has chosen not to run ads and refuses to accept donations, though many have offered. You can support the author of this blog by subscribing to Webull and beginning your trading journey with a successful deposit of $100.   CLICK HERE   (Trade from 4:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern) OVERVIEW If you wanted to make moderate returns you would have given your money to a financial advisory firm. That’s how I first started years ago. However, my returns consistently under-performed the market. I received a call from my financial advisor once or twice a year to review my portfolio and he would suggest changes. I was in the standard “safe bet,” low return cocktail; mutual funds, large cap, medium cap, bonds, treasuries, emerging markets, cash etc… my adviser did not buy value. It seems to be a strategy of diversify, und