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Everything Changes In 15 Trading Days

Adam Hewison - MarketClub

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Hello MarketClub members everywhere. As we plod through the dog days of summer and the oppressive heat that we have been experiencing along the Atlantic seaboard, we have to remember that there's an end in sight. What I mean by that is Labor Day is rapidly approaching and it signals to all the traders out there that summer is over and it's time to get back to work and making money in the marketplace.

It is amazing how attitudes change or become reinforced after Labor Day.

In addition to Labor Day, this is the final week of the Olympic distraction, if that was not enough we will also soon be getting bombarded by political messages for the general election on November 8th. 

So what's a trader to do? Here are 5 suggestions to keep you on the right track in 2016.

1. Only trade in liquid markets

2. Trade with the trend (Trade Triangles)

3. Avoid hot tips

4. Have a game plan  

5. Be disciplined

Just remember that old market adage that "The trend is your friend" It's where you make the most profit. And what finds the trend and keeps you in the trend in better than anything else out there? It's MarketClub's Trade Triangle technology. I know this sounds like and advertisement, but I really do believe this is the best program for anyone trading or investing in the market. It has been very good to my family and me and I'm very confident it will be very good for you and your family too.

Okay, let's take a look at the markets. The equity markets all hit fresh record highs and crude oil (NYMEX:CL.U16.E) is up 1.8% so far for the day. Gold is pretty flat but that can change anytime during the day. 

In today's video update, I will be covering all of those markets and any that I find in the interim.

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