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Day: February 26, 2021

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Etsy, Virgin Galactic, Foot Locker & more

Etsy CEO Chad Dickerson and others celebrate their IPO at the Nasdaq exchange, April 16, 2015. Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.  Etsy — Shares of the e-commerce company popped nearly 13% on Friday after beating on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly results. Etsy earned $1.08 per …

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The Golden Cross

The Golden Cross: What is it and How to Identify it when Trading? The ‘golden cross’ is a term often mentioned in trading circles due to its usefulness in spotting changes in trends while also being incredibly easy to use. This article will explain the concept of the golden cross, how to identify the golden …

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Simple Moving Average (SMA) vs Exponential Moving Average (EMA)

When considering the technical analysis tools to use in their charts, traders will frequently come by simple moving averages, or SMAs, and exponential moving averages, or EMAs. Both of these instruments can help market practitioners make sense of price and inform their entry and exit decisions. But how do these two indicators stack up against …

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Week Ahead – NFP to Guide Yields, RBA Could be a Yawn, Pound Turns to UK Budget for Boost

As a new month starts, investors will have their eyes locked on the latest nonfarm payrolls numbers out of the United States amid an accelerating selloff in bond markets. The Reserve Bank of Australia’s policy meeting will be the only central bank gathering of the week but is unlikely to provide much excitement. Canadian Q4 …

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Forward Guidance: Canada GDP to Confirm Economy Weathered Second Wave

We expect GDP rose 7.5% at an annualized rate in Q4 of last year, on the back of a 0.3% increase in December output (in line with Statistics Canada’s preliminary estimate a month ago.) That would mean about 80% of the collapse in activity last spring was retraced by end-of-year 2020. Even with the solid …

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