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(VIDEO) What Do You Do When the DOW Drops 247 Points? The Answer May Be: "Nothing."
Watch Jeff Kennedy's powerful commentary on trading in fast-moving markets.

By Jill Noble
Tue, 18 Oct 2011 14:15:00 ET
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The Dow's 247-point drop on October 17 and the big rally the day after probably got your attention. Dramatic price spikes have become so common that you must learn how to handle volatility.
So what do YOU do when the markets move quickly?
Jeff Kennedy, Senior EWI Analyst and an experienced trader, says that in fast-moving markets it's especially important to understand a critical point: There's a BIG difference between analysis and trading.
Jeff explains more in this free video -- and, along with Senior Tutorial Instructor Wayne Gorman, shows you more timeless trading tips and warns against common pitfalls in the upcoming online tutorial that starts on November 18.

Trim years off your learning curve with help from two of EWI's best instructors from the comfort of your own home!
Your next How to Trade in a Fast-Moving Bear Market course begins November 18.

Whichever market you trade, our experts Jeff Kennedy and Wayne Gorman show you how to put Elliott to work in volatile markets in the upcoming 8-session online event. The hands-on skills you learn will benefit you in explosive bull markets, too. 


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