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Trigger$: Falling Cash Flows, The Catalyst for a Turning Credit Cycle

Gordon's cover article discusses the evidence for Falling Cash Flows and the impact(s) that this has. His 1st feature looks at the markets in the context of the "FANG & NOSH" stocks; and his 2nd feature looks at the shifting market drivers Confidence & Sentiment. Together these articles paint the picture for the New Year!

Traders Mentor looks at Increasing the Odds With Technical Confirmations.

The next market levels and moves to watch out for can be found in our TA and Vault sections. Targets are being hit!

All this and much more can be found in this months issue!

Falling Cash Flows, The Catalyst for a Turning Credit Cycle

 

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