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Stock Market Investing Education: The Fed, The Trend & The Wall of Worry

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Today, we will go over the Mechanical Bull Market and explore the 3 pillars that are supporting this run.
1) The Fed
2) The Trend 
3) The Wall of Worry

Followed by Chart Chat: 2nd Stage bases. Are they FOMO or opportunities
CHGG LVGO ZS TDOC TEAM AMD and more

This is The ARMR Investing Way
(3 Stage Investing Strategy)

1. Build your Whiteboard / stable of companies in which to invest (Fundamental Research)
a) Earnings leaders (O Neil) b) Turnarounds (value) c) Favorite products you use (Lynch)
2. Employ quantitative algorithms to identify entry and exit points (Execution research)
a) The stock market indicies b) Select groups c) Individual stocks 
3. Strictly adhere to the Stop Loss rules (Risk Management Research)
a) Principal Protection Stop (LODB, LOMB, LOSB)
b) Raised Stop
c) Profit Protection Stop (trailed)

 

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DISCLAIMER: All of ARMRreport, our trades, strategies, and news coverage are based on our opinions alone and are only for educational purposes. You should not take any of this information as guidance for buying or selling any type of investment or security. I am only sharing my biased opinion based off of speculation and personal experience.  An individual trader's/investor's results may not be typical and may vary from person to person. It is important to keep in mind that there are risks associated with investing in the stock market and that one can lose all of their investment. Thus, trades/investments should not be based on the opinions of others but by your own research and due diligence.

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