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Why SMART People FAIL in the Stock Market

Why SMART People FAIL in the Stock Market
Stockscores Foundation for the week ending March 23, 2022

In this week's issue:

In This Week’s Issue:

  • Stockscores Market Minutes Video – Is It a Good Market for Stock Traders Again?
  • Stockscores Trader Training – Why SMART People FAIL in the Stock Market
  • Stockscores Strategy – Stocks in Play


Stockscores Market Minutes – Is It a Good Market for Stock Traders Again?

There was a noticeable improvement in the stock market this week with a number of stocks making big gains. This week, I look at where the opportunities are and what my outlook is for stocks, commodities and crypto. Then, we look at some of the action from Friday’s trading action.


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Commentary of the Week – Why SMART People FAIL in the Stock Market

Being smart often does not mean being profitable in stock market investing. In this video, I explain why people fail by doing good work and some simple ways you can be a more profitable stock trader.


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The volatile markets make it necessary to focus on stocks that are in play. We call these Alpha stocks because they can move independent of the overall market. To find them, I do a simple Market Scan that seeks stocks that are up at least 3%, have Abnormal Volume and are on pace to trade at least 10,000 times. Here are a few stocks to monitor for entry signals off of the 13 minute chart in the next few days.


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