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Banking on St George!

Aaron Lynch 1 Mar, 2004
Focussing on the recent movement in St George Bank SGB, an ABC trade stands out as one to watch. SGB one of our major banks has been trending quite strongly since early February of this year.
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NCM Double Tops and ABC Trading

Aaron Lynch 16 Feb, 2004
A question that often arises in discussion is what does and what doesn''t constitute a double top or double bottom.
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Editor: Ignore The Headlines

Tom Scollon 22 Dec, 2003
I suspect from some of the feedback we receive that many readers are still torn between media hype and the underlying reality. This is a real issue particularly when you start off trading, but if it is any consolation, even experienced traders are at a quandary at times as to what to believe.
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Editor: Interest Rates To Fall

Tom Scollon 15 Dec, 2003
Well it almost seemed that the hot headline of interest rates would disappear from the daily press. But like it or not the theme is going to be much debated in the coming months.
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Editor: Choose a Bubble

Tom Scollon 1 Dec, 2003
Our market was again US driven last week. The Australian bourse spiked on Tuesday in reaction to the positive response by US investors to the 8.2% GDP growth in the September quarter. Without taking anything away from the US markets, what is more important is what future level of GDP growth can be sustained? The 3rd quarter growth was largely from increased consumer spending part of which came from a tax cut but also some came from an increase in “fantastic plastic” credit which adds to the lurking “indebtedness” bubble.
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