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Ed Ponsi

Ed Ponsi is the managing director of Barchetta Capital Management, an NFA-registered commodity trading advisory, and is also the president of FXEducator. An experienced professional trader, Ponsi has advised a variety of hedge funds and institutional traders. Ponsi has appeared on CNBC more than 50 times and has been profiled in magazines such as "Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities" and "The Traders Journal." He is the author of Selling America Short: The New World Order vs. the American Middle Class, released in Novermber 2011; Forex Patterns and Probabilities, a top-selling book on currency trading that has been translated for release in China; and The Ed Ponsi Forex Playbook, which was endorsed by Steve Hanke, professor of applied economics at The Johns Hopkins University.
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Recent Articles By The Author

Time to Be Bullish, but not Complacent

Don't be fooled by the fact that markets are near all-time highs, as they can turn vicious quickly; also, Blackstone Group is worth a look.

The Best Play in Retail Is in a Club of Its Own

Costco Wholesale has had a great ride in 2019, and its technical signs indicate its run may not be over.

Two Opportunities in Travel and Leisure

Hilton Worldwide and Expedia are moving in opposite directions.

Shake Shack Stumbles, but Might Be Worth Nibbling on Its Slide

Investor disappointment with same-store sales growth could serve up a way for entering the burger chain's shares.

3 Stocks to Consider Amid Possible Consolidation in Luxury Retail

The buyout offer for Tiffany & Co. from Louis Vuitton's parent could spark more deals; this trio of sagging stocks could make for targets.

Beyond Meat: A Trading Strategy

On Tuesday, BYND's lockup period will expire, and 49 million shares will become available for purchase for the first time.

Tesla Shares Are in Overdrive, but Will They Run Out of Juice?

TSLA topped $300 on Wednesday morning after releasing strong 3Q earnings that showed a cash position of $5 billion.

Uber and Lyft Are Driving in Opposite Directions

Uber appears to be on the verge of turning around, while Lyft looks stuck.

Netflix Pops, but Will It Drop?

Despite the stock's sharp move higher after reporting earnings, the technical trend remains lower for the streaming behemoth.

3 Big-Name Stocks Are Subtly Offering Investors an Opportunity

The constant viewing of charts encourages objectivity and selectivity.

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