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Guy Cohen Shows You How to Trade What You See to Win



A full market review today recapping the stocks from last week and highlighting a few more for this week, of which MNST is a potential highlight. Today, in the light of what will be a big news week, Guy Cohen wants to emphasize another four-letter symbol … TWYS.

How to TWYS by Guy Cohen

This of course stands for “TRADE WHAT YOU SEE”.

What it means is that we only spend our time looking for the setups that give us proven increased odds of profitability, and we only trade those setups when they prove to us that they are breaking out.

From there, we manage those trades according to Guy’s proven trading plan. The good news is that we only have a handful of setups we would ever consider. No ifs, no buts and no maybes. Every trade is an investment, and therefore each one must prove its worthiness to you. If it doesn't, then move on. If you missed a few that turned into big winners, that’s okay. It’s all part of trading. You're not going to get them all.

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Trading is a numbers game, and we play it with a particularly effective stacked deck. You just need the patience to see it through and stick to the rules. Watch Today's OVI Market Review to See The Power of ‘TWYS'

Learn how you can profit from predictive setups right here.

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