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This MUST SEE MACD Pattern is a Game Changer

On this week’s edition of Stock Talk with Joe Rabil, Joe shows a specific MACD pattern that, when it develops on the monthly chart, can give a great early warning sign. Joe gives several examples of this pattern during the lesson. He also shows two Scans that he runs in ACP and discusses the 10-year Yield and the Commodity chart, DBC. He then covers the stock requests that came through this week, including DIS, CNQ, and more.

This video was originally published on May 29, 2024. Click this link to watch on StockCharts TV.

Archived episodes of the show are available at this link. Send symbol requests to stocktalk@stockcharts.com; you can also submit a request in the comments section below the video on YouTube. Symbol Requests can be sent in throughout the week prior to the next show.

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