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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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Elon Musk's Next Move Just Might Blow Your Mind

The Tesla CEO has a penchant for thinking big.

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Credit Suisse's Health Concerns Might Force the Fed to Pivot

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Here's what I see ahead -- and key areas of the S&P 500 -- as Powell and Co. punch back at inflation.

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Here's why I'd sell homebuilders into a rally.

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The FedEx news likely isn't company specific, and here's what that could mean for investors.

After All These Years, Starbucks Still Creates a Buzz

SBUX's recent caffeinated cup-and-handle pattern suggests that the stock could grind its way to a fresh year-to-date high.

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