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Active Trader

Sector strategy: Defense, then offense

Sector strategy

You may want to rotate into utilities now. Or raise cash to buy tech/industrials later.

Stock chart ideas

Technical screens revealing opportunities in social media, biopharma, and more.

Global opportunities

Despite some geopolitical turbulence, you might consider a few global stock and ETF ideas.

Trading orders 411

Here are a few suggestions for using orders—such as limits—in today’s shifting markets.

Idea Generation

ETFs for 2014

Here are some ETFs to consider for potential volatility, bargain buying, and more.

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Looking for income?

Consider a few financially strong, high-yielding preferred stock candidates.

Technical Analysis

January barometer

Will stocks continue to struggle in 2014? This market indicator says not necessarily.

See all Technical Analysis articles

Gold gets hammered

See why some technical drivers suggest things could get worse before they get better.

Trading Strategy

The trading couple

She decides what to buy; he decides when to sell. Here’s what works for this power couple.

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10 econ indicators

Maximize your profit potential by monitoring these crucial data points.

Viewpoints on the iPad

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Options Trading

Learn about the world of options and how they might be used to implement your strategy.

Next Steps

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    Interactive media delivers insights and training from industry professionals.

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