How To Swing Trade Video- Stock Chart Analysis

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MorpheusTrading says:

Sorry about the delayed reply. Somehow I missed your comment until just now.

I usually use the S&P 500 because it is a diverse index. However, if trading Nasdaq stocks, I will sometimes use the Nasdaq Composite for comparison instead. So, you are correct in your idea.

Thanks for the comment.

Pipthagoras says:

Would you always use the S&P 500 to gauge the overall market trend, or would you sometimes use the sector average (i.e. Technology) if only looking at stocks withing that sector?

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