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Moving Average + Trend Channel = Clarity

by Editorial Staff
Updated: July 09, 2020

Some traders seem to have a 6th sense. They can scan a dozen charts and say "No... No... YES!"

If you ask them "How?" -- most will tell you, it's not about a 6th sense at all.

It's about learning -- and sticking with -- a solid trading method.

Our Trader's Classroom editor Jeffrey Kennedy knows this very well.

In this 20-minute lesson, watch Jeffrey apply a simple moving average and a trend channel to see what's next for Navistar Intl. Corp (NAV), Marvel Technology Group (MRVL) and Tesla Motors, Inc. (TSLA)

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