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Ken's Breakout Charts: E-Trade, Schwab, Macy's, US Steel, Conn's
12/07/2017 12:11 pm EST
Join Ken Calhoun each week for a new episode of Breakout Chart of the Week for stock swing traders and day traders. Today’s swing trading charts: E-Trade Financial (ETFC) and Schwab (SCHW) and Macy’s (M) and intraday trading chart U.S. Steel (X) Conn’s (CONN). Exclusively for MoneyShow. Share with your friends.
These brief, actionable trading videos will show you new examples of strong breakout stocks, with chart patterns clearly explained, updated weekly. All in under 11 minutes.
E-Trade Financial Corporation (ETFC) is a financial services company that includes an online discount stock brokerage for self-directed investors, headquartered in New York City.
Charles Schwab (SCHW) is a bank and brokerage firm based in San Francisco. It was founded in 1971 by Charles R. Schwab.
Macy’s (M), originally Federated Department Stores, is a U.S. holding company based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
United States Steel (X) is an American integrated steel producer with production in the U.S., Canada and Central Europe.
Conn’s (CONN) is a U.S. retail chain specializing in furniture, mattress furnishings, electronics and appliances, headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas.
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Recorded: 11 am EDT, Dec. 7, 2017
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