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5 Stocks You Need To Know About

Adam Hewison - MarketClub

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Well it's Friday and it's been quite a week, but I found five stocks that I believe will do well in the coming weeks.

Three of these stocks are going to be weekend trades as they just made 52-week highs today. The other two stocks gave Trade Triangle signals and are moving out of great chart formations. Both look ready to go higher and I will show you why I think they're headed higher and why I think you should be looking at them seriously.

Here are the three stocks I like for weekend trades:

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX)
Nike Inc. (NYSE:NKE)
Omnicare  Inc. (NYSE:OCR)

The other two stocks that gave Trade Triangle signals today are:

Reynolds American Inc. (NYSE:RAI)
Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. (NYSE:CCE) 

I'll be looking at all five stocks and sharing with you the strategies that I would employ in each of these stocks.

As I said at the beginning of the week, I believe that this is a game changing week and in many cases it has become that. One of the keys to me is how the markets close out the week, as I write this the markets will be closing approximately 4 hours from now. I have no way of knowing what the actual close will be, but I will give you some clues in today's video.

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