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Ken's Breakout Charts: FXI, VWO, WTW, YNDX
01/18/2018 12:34 pm EST
Join Ken Calhoun each week for a new episode of Breakout Chart of the Week for stock swing traders and day traders. FXI, VWO, WTW, YNDX. Exclusively for MoneyShow. Share with your friends on social media.
These brief, actionable trading videos will show you new examples of strong breakout stocks, with chart patterns clearly explained, updated weekly. All in under 10 minutes.
iShares FTSE/Xinhua China Large-Cap ETF (FXI) seeks to track investment results of an index composed of large-cap Chinese equities that trade on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (VWO) invests in stocks in global emerging markets such as Taiwan, Brazil and South Africa.
Weight Watchers International (WTW) is a U.S. company that offers consumer products to assist in weight loss and maintenance.
Yandex N.V. (YNDX) is a Russian multinational technology company specializing in internet-related services and products, founded in 2000 and headquartered in Moscow.
Watch my presentation at TradersExpo Las Vegas on How to Trade Price-Action Gaps and Breakouts here.
I encourage you to attend MoneyShow Orlando Feb. 8-11 and the TradersExpo New York Feb. 25-27. What are the lessons learned? You can ask all of your fellow traders at TradersExpo. You can’t do that at a webinar.
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Ken is president of TradeMastery.com and frequently presents at TradersExpo and MoneyShow.
Recorded: 11 am EDT, Jan. 18, 2018
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