Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Stock Trading Strategy: Relative Strength for Sector Rotation


This video shows you how to use Relative Strength to determine what sectors you should go long, and what sectors you should go short. This is a very important stock trading strategy for people who intend on holding stocks for the intermediate to long term. There is an accompanying article at my website. For more information, check out: stocksandoptionsguru.com

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3 Responses to “Stock Trading Strategy: Relative Strength for Sector Rotation”
  1. gotmyfingerrscrowsed says:

    sorry if sound like i’m trying to be spoon fed, Im really not. it would just be great to get an honest point in the right direction, there are so many clowns trying to sell you waste of time material online!

  2. gotmyfingerrscrowsed says:

    your site is excellent, I have been reading it all night. many of the strategies mentioned are well over my head at the moment though. I was just wondering if you could point me in the direction of some of the best text books or resources you came across in your learning. And is the best bet in trying to analyze data to go the long way by attempting to make your own excel spread sheets or am I better off just sticking to some free online stuff (any recommendations?)

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