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Stock Market Investing (2019) [Week in Review: Fed QE & The Cannabis Couch]

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Week in Review: Stock Market Direction: A review of the 7 index ETFs we monitor with our proprietary Algorithms to determine stock market direction and risk exposure. (SPY QQQ DIA IWM MTUM VLUE FFTY)

Massive increase in the Fed QE program starting in mid September and extending through March on 2020. 

Why this is happening and what it means for the Stock Market

Cannabis Couch: Big news this week across the cannabis space. As I said on Monday the closing prices this week are more important that the opening. So let's unpack the news and go to the charts to see the reaction. 

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