Stock Market Technical Analysis Training IBM Charts

[Stock Market Technical Analysis Training IBM Charts] Like us on FACEBOOK “IBM Earnings Preview” “Q4 2012” What’s next for “Big Blue” They rand the stock higher into the earnings and it’s recently sold down. In this “stock market technical analysis” training video we’ll cover IBM stock “support & resistance” trends and “how to trade” them going into the earnings announcement. Visit us at to learn more! Please like, share, subscribe…

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Real Estate Leads – How To Get Free Real Estate Agent Leads

Real estate leads are vital to any agent or brokers business. Home sale and home buyer leads have always been an important part of keeping a real estate business moving forward. With the advent of the internet and more than 80-percent of home buyers going on-line to look for their next home, internet leads are one of the most important marketing avenues realtors and brokers need to be using to…

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Does commercial real estate brokerage require different training than residential?

Visit: for streaming video training for commercial sales and leasing professionals A listener asks: Does commercial real estate brokerage require different training than residential? “Ask Michael Bull” is a commercial real estate FAQ video series featuring a new video posted each business day. Michael Bull, CCIM is a thirty year industry veteran, CEO of Bull Realty, a U.S. commercial real estate sales, leasing and advisory firm headquartered in Atlanta, and…

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How Lexington Law Fixes Your Credit Score

Credit Scores are vital to many important decisions and purchases you will make in your lifetime. At Lexington Law, we do the impossible by turning your bad credit around. At Lexington Law, we can transform that bad credit score into a good credit score. Experts address each and every factor that goes into determining a credit score and by repairing and fixing your credit score, we make bad credit history…

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Excessive Leverage Caused 1929 Stock Market Crash and 2008 Economic Collapse

Even though many years separate these two painful events the common denominator of what caused both, is the same. Back in the 1920’s you could put one dollar down and buy ten dollars worth of stock. This kind of leverage is fine when the stock market goes higher causing a wind up in stock prices and also high confidence in investors who felt they couldn’t lose. As stocks moved higher…

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