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No. GM-FS(D): Optimal Finance Trading™ Strategies (Price Divergence)

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Current No. GM-FS(D) PDF Strategy Report
Available Jan. 29, 2009 (Revised every Thursday)

  • GM-FS(D) Strategy Goal: Our research analysts have identified, at the time of this No. GM-FS(D) Optimal Trading report, the following strategies and securities exhibiting potentially favorable short-term trading characteristics:
  • Tradable securities (Stocks) identified for the following strategies:

    Bullish & Bearish Divergence (price to money flow indicators) in any market.

    In all strategies, hold your position until your chosen exit stop has been triggered (then come back to us for another security :-)). If you’re interested, further study of strategies, including ones with capital protective exit stops, can be found at the following sites: At Strategies: From A To Z at Strategies: By Type and at Strategies: Full Systems.
  • Tradable securities (Stocks) identified from the following databases:

    Financial Institutional securities listed on the USA exchanges.

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