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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

Are These 3 Pandemic Stocks Hot Again?

Let's check the patterns on Etsy, Shopify and Zillow to see if they're now bargains about to boost in value.

Here's My Investing Game Plan: Watch These Two Levels

The S&P could go two ways, knowing which is key.

When It Comes to Hotels, Make Some Room Available in Your Portfolio

Let's chart out the best stocks in the industry.

Crypto Roars Back to Life, So Where's the Best Play?

Last year's huge drops in cryptocurrencies have been followed by nice moves higher so far this year, but will the rallies last?

Consumer Discretionary Stocks Are on a Roll as Consumer Staples Suddenly Stumble

The recent downturn in consumer staples stocks even as the broad market rises could be a positive sign for the economy going forward.

These Airlines Are Best Positioned to Lift Investors' Portfolios

Let's go to the charts to see which U.S. carriers are gliding toward a soft landing.

Apple and Lululemon Aren't Pretty but Alibaba Perks Up

The chart of Apple in particular indicates that it could be tough for stocks in general to pull out of bear market mode.

Microsoft Is a Microcosm of the Slip-Sliding Tech Sector

The rapid run-up in tech stocks from their pandemic lows means few areas of support were created, and that could lead to a proportionate fall in their shares.

Among These Software Giants, I See a Winner

Let's check the technicals of Salesforce, Microsoft and Oracle.

A Dog Sometimes Is Better Than an Index

That's when the dog is one of the Dogs of the Dow, but let's see whether those dogs can outperform the Dow Jones Industrial Average again in 2023.

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