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    After ending the previous session roughly flat, stocks may continue to experience choppy trading on Tuesday. The major index futures are currently mixed, as the Dow futures are up by 14 points but the Nasdaq futures are down by 2.75 points.

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    Early indications suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Tuesday's session slightly lower, as traders return to their desk following Monday's public holiday. Global cues are negative, with Asian stocks closing on a mixed note, while the European

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    How can you become excellent at stock trading? This is a question that was inspired by an article entitled Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything by Tony Swartz. How do these six keys apply to stock trading? 1. Pursue Your Passion. According to

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    Successful trading is not about having more tools - it's about having more tools and knowing how to use them to perform well in the market. As a member of ITL, you'll have access to exclusive online mentoring - small-group sessions led by real

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    While stocks moved mostly higher in early trading on Tuesday, buying interest waned not long after the open. The major averages have subsequently given back some ground, with the Nasdaq pulling back near the unchanged line. Currently, the major

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    Stocks saw some volatility during trading on Friday but largely maintained a negative bias before ending the session firmly in the red. The losses on the day offset the strong upward move that was seen in the previous session. The major averages saw

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    Go back nine years to a time when the stock market bubble was at its height. A few cautious advisors warned of “overvalued, unprecedented returns” and cautioned “value does matter.” Allan Greenspan, then head of the Fed, muttered something

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