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In The News

Showing 7 news items in October 2011.
03 October 2011

A new era of extreme market volatility — recently with a fairly bearish overall tone — has left many longer-term investors in a major quandary. By and large, they've abandoned the old notion of "buy and hold" as either ineffective or overly nerve wracking (or both), but they haven't yet found a suitable replacement methodology.
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08 October 2011

A new era of extreme market volatility – recently with a fairly bearish overall tone – has left many longer-term investors in a major quandary. By and large, they’ve abandoned the old notion of “buy and hold” as either ineffective or overly nerve wracking (or both) – but they haven’t yet found a suitable replacement methodology.

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15 October 2011

Most investors use a 7-8% maximum stop loss. Always adhere to that first. On the long side, if the stock violates its 10 day moving average (dma) before it gets to that level, it depends on a number of factors as to whether you decide to keep your position or sell it.

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25 October 2011

Dr. Chris Kacher discusses his Market Direction Model, Europe, precious metals, and his individual stock picks

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27 October 2011

Gold Can Still hit $2K in 2012. Gil Morales breaks down why he is long precious metals.

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31 October 2011

On Friday, Howard Gold argued in a column on MarketWatch that leveraged ETFs are the worst investment ever. We disagree.
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31 October 2011

Gil Morales and Chris Kacher run MoKa Investors, a money management firm that use ETFs, particularly leveraged and inverse versions.

"People can make a case about the mechanics of leveraged ETFs. But it all depends on how you use it," said Morales.

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