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SPY 2021-2022 Daily: Maximum Volatility 44.42%

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We can now have a longer term view of the past 2+ years covering Covid before and after. Note that the Nasdaq 100 is the overall leader despite its recent negative performance in 2022.

This maximum volatility for 2020-2022 is 89.70%. The highest stock index, US Nasdaq 100 +69.70% against the lowest stock index Hong Kong 33 -20.00%.

SPY 2020-2022 Daily: Maximum Volatility 89.70%

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It is important to understand that we are not saying that the market has peaked and is heading down. This article is to highlight some interesting analytics that you should be aware of. As technical traders, we only follow the price, and when a new trend is confirmed, we modify our positions accordingly.

We provide our ETF trades to our subscribers, and in the last six trades we made in March, all have now closed at a profit! Our models continuously track price movements across a multitude of global markets, asset classes and money flows. As our patterns generate new trend information or a change in trends, we will communicate these signals promptly to our subscribers and those on our business newsletter mailing list.

Successful trading is not just about buying or selling stocks or commodities. Money and risk management play a vital role in becoming a consistently profitable trader. Properly sizing positions using stop-loss orders helps preserve your investment capital and allows traders to manage their portfolios within their desired risk parameters. Additionally, scaling positions by taking profits and moving stop-loss orders towards break-even can complement the success of these.

Learn how we use specific tools to help us understand price cycles, patterns and price target levels in various sectors to identify strategic entry and exit points for trades. Over the next 12 to 24 months, we expect very large price swings in the US stock market and other asset classes around the world. We believe markets have started to move away from the continued phase of central bank support and have entered a phase of revaluation as global traders attempt to identify the next big trends. Precious metals will likely begin to act as a suitable hedge as caution and concern begin to push traders/investors into metals and other safe havens.

Historically, bonds have been one of those safe havens, but that doesn’t turn out to be the case this time around. So if bonds aren’t on the table, what bond alternatives exist and how can they be deployed in a bond replacement strategy?

We invite you to join our group of active traders and investors to learn and profit from our three ETF technical trading strategies. We can help you protect and grow your wealth in all types of market conditions by clicking on the following link: www.TheTechnicalTraders.com

Chris Vermeulen
Chief Market Strategist
Founder of TheTechnicalTraders.com

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