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Watch Out For Bears




Watch out for Bears.

So 2019 could be the year the markets entered a full Bear Market, some have already gone into the downturn and straight to Bear market however some are not far behind the Bears.

We entered a trade on the Dow Jones at just about the 24000 mark, we’re expecting  price to fluctuate somewhat, this we can see has happened once already, price dropped down to around the 21472 area before the Bulls came in to stall the drop and take price back up.

However the Bears are just too strong and we expect price to continue dropping.

A lot of the reason for the market drop will be due to the volatility as political (US/China Trade War, Italian Government disagreement with the EU and Brexit) and economic uncertainty still haunts investors and may do for quite some time.

We’re going to hold on this trade and wait as we believe a price drop to below the 20000 is possible once any remaining Bulls have been pushed out of the way by the strengthening Bears.

Bears

(Our trading and image was done using an account with UK based broker IG)

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Trade Worries to Quick Short the Dow




At the end of June we took an opportunity with current trade worries to quick short the Dow Jones.

This was a quick move, although not at first planned as we had hoped to stay in the trade longer to allow for the risk/reward ratio to get better.

The Dow along with other stock markets around the world become victim to fearful trading recently shown to be blighting the European market sessions.

In the markets the is still trade worries about Trump’s wording and planned tariffs against Chinese products, and it could be continued that both China and the US are not going to be resolving the trade issues any time soon, however never say never and these things can surprise us when we least expect.

We conducted some analysis and prepared to take a trade, although perhaps for a little longer, but decided a quick “scalp” as it turned out for £1,042.00 profit was good for the fund.

Trade Worries

(Our trading and image was done using an account with UK based broker IG)

*Please Note, Forex and other forms of trading carry a high level of risk to your capital as you could lose all of your investment. These products may not be suitable for every investor, therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice. Invest only what you can afford to lose. We are NOT financial advisers and we do NOT offer financial advice. 




Profits in a Downturn




So what a week it’s been in stocks and to make profits in a downturn and investors pulling money out.

Since the news that stocks were being dumped as investors started to worry about US economic news, the Dow Jones dropping over a thousand points, (over $1 Trillion was lost during the week.)

 

profits in a downturn

Analyst consider this to be a temporary correction which seems the likely case given the almost continual climb in the stock markets in recent months.

We took a couple of quick trades thanks to the work of our analyst who suggested we could still make some quick profits in a downturn until the correction and stocks head the other way.

So we took a chance and it turned out pretty good.

Now we wait for the correction and the continuation of the stock market climb.

(Our trading and image was done using an account with UK based broker IG)

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*Please Note, Forex and other forms of trading carry a high level of risk to your capital as you could lose all of your investment. These products may not be suitable for every investor, therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice. Invest only what you can afford to lose. We are NOT financial advisers and we do NOT offer financial advice. 





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