Oil Prices: Here's Why NOT to Trade on the News
by Editorial Staff
Updated: January 08, 2020
On Tuesday evening, Iran retaliated against the U.S. Oil prices spiked. If you bought the rally, you would have bought near the top. See how Elliott waves could have guided you out of this predicament -- in real time.
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