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Fed Holds Off on Rate Hike, Unanimously Voices Confidence… See How to Trade the Market’s Response With Guy Cohen

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The Fed is relaxed about the latest softening of growth figures, but one thing you’ll learn as you study with Guy Cohen is that he doesn’t much care for the news! What he REALLY cares about is what real money at real risk is doing.

How to Trade Like Guy Cohen

This has several major advantages:

1. It’s proven statistically to work and outperform the markets.
2. It cuts out all the drama.
3. It saves massive amounts of time.

When you follow the money like Guy does, you’ll recognize there are times where the market is acting with clarity and times when it’s not. As you spend more time with him, you’ll start to appreciate what those times are and act accordingly. Right now is one of those uncertain times, but things can change very quickly, which means you need to be on the ball and predator-like in your approach to the markets.

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In today’s video, Guy outlines a few stocks and how they’re behaving during this earnings period. Plus why the market is in a stalling mode right now. And you’ll really want to see BCR’s behaviour before its earnings and buyout announcement!

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