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December 14th, 2014

FMOC Meeting Dec. 16-17

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Trends in financial markets often make reversals following an FMOC meeting, particularly in stock indexes and interest rates – no surprise! Be prepared. Note the trend going into the meeting and any potential price support/resistance for a possible reversal. The second day of the meeting when an announcement is made is often volatile, so not a time to initiate a trade until after the meeting. Meetings held near the Winter Solstice are even more likely to result in trend change. Be prepared.

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December 3rd, 2014

EMPLOYMENT REPORT Friday, Dec. 5

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The monthly employment reports are watched closely. There is often volatility the day or the report. Traders react to report expectations, whether the expectations are fulfilled or not. Are the report numbers greater or less than expected? Reactions are not always logical so trade carefully, or better yet, wait until after the announcement before considering a trade.

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November 5th, 2014

EMPLOYMENT REPORT Friday, Nov. 7

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The monthly employment reports are watched closely. There is often volatility the day or the report. Traders react to report expectations, whether the expectations are fulfilled or not. Are the report numbers greater or less than expected? Reactions are not always logical so trade carefully, or better yet, wait until after the announcement before considering a trade.

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October 26th, 2014

FMOC Meeting Oct. 28-29

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Trends in financial markets often make reversals following an FMOC meeting, particularly in stock indexes and interest rates – no surprise! Be prepared. Note the trend going into the meeting and any potential price support/resistance for a possible reversal. The second day of the meeting when an announcement is made is often volatile, so not a time to initiate a trade until after the meeting. Be prepared.

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October 12th, 2014

EMPLOYMENT REPORT Friday, Oct. 13

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The monthly employment reports are watched closely. There is often volatility the day or the report. Traders react to report expectations, whether the expectations are fulfilled or not. Are the report numbers greater or less than expected? Reactions are not always logical so trade carefully, or better yet, wait until after the announcement before considering a trade.

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