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Ziad Jasani is the founder and head swing trader at the Independent Investor Institute, the fastest growing community of active Investors in Canada. His focus is on empowering investors to do better through education and discipline. He teaches the fundamentals of active investing and portfolio construction, combining global macro analytics with fundamental and technical analysis. Mr. Jasani has studied and trained with top portfolio managers and analysts like Mr. Larry Berman, and brings over 20 ears of small business and senior corporate management experience to the Institute.

Content from Ziad Jasani

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View from Toronto: Trade Ideas for US, TSX This Week

In U.S. markets, Materials/Mining and Energy face pressure from a rising USD mid-week onwards and weaken to end the week. In Canada, Materials (XMA-T) enjoy a weaker USD front end of the week but bear…

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View from Toronto: Global Outlook for Week (Video)

Hold for mid-to-longer-term equity positions but get your stop-losses in, short-term wait for confirmation of a swing-low at the market level. Then look short (Inverse ETFs) into the close Tuesday, an…

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View from Toronto: Trade Ideas for US, Canadian Markets

Here are a dozen or so trade ideas for the U.S. and Canadian markets and a strategic market outlook summary for the week of August 7-11, in a weekly video report by Ziad Jasani. Get Trading Insight…

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View from Toronto: Strategic Market Outlook for Week (Video)

If S&P 500 slips below 2,464 we can expect a test of 2,400. If the TSX slips below 15,175-15,110, we can expect a move down towards 14,950 or lower. Defensive posture to enter the week, asserts Zi…

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View from Toronto: Trade Ideas for US, Canada Markets

In US markets, Growth-based spaces underperform (Technology, Discretionaries), Financials drag on softer yields. In Canada,  Financials may weaken into the end of the week. Energy tries to contin…

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View from Toronto: Strategic Summary for Global Markets This Week

We open dominated by manufacturing data which Bulls try (unsuccessfully) to keep the July 7 bounce alive. The back half of week we focus U.S. jobs & UK monetary policy. Both are likely to depict i…

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View from Toronto: Trade Ideas for US, Canada Markets

S&P 500 projects up to 2,496 with better odds of pausing at 2,483 and softening to end the week, remaining above 2,450. TSX bounces up off support at 15,175-110, and tests again, says Ziad Jasani,…

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View from Toronto: Strategic Global Trading Summary for the Week

View from Toronto: Strategic Global Trading Summary  for the Week Eurozone manufacturing data + Q2 earnings keep bounce alive. The FOMC statement is seen as hawkish and pushes the USD and yie…

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