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27
April
2018
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Quick Explanation of Profitnator

At the Stock Financial Freedom System in Las Vegas, Courtney shows us a new technique, the Profitnator, that was shown in his more advance course in the past. I will show you in this small video what are the rules and difference from the other techniques.  Please login to Read More
10
April
2016
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Quick Explanation of the Bandwidth

At the Stock Success School in Las Vegas, Courtney shows us a new technique, the Bandwidth, that was shown in his more advance course in the past. I will show you in this small video what are the rules and difference from the other techniques.  Please login to Read More
7
November
2015
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Aggressive Pyramiding vs Conservative Pyramiding

Blog Image As you may know, we have two ways of pyramiding that Courtney's teach us. First, the conservative approach for pyramiding and secondly the aggressive pyramiding approach.


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3
November
2015
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Quick Explanation of the BoingBoing

At the last Stock Success School in Las Vegas, Courtney shows us a new technique, the BoingBoing, that was shown in his more advance course in the past. I will show you in this small video what features and rules The Stock Butler follow for this technique.


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21
July
2014
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The Channel Breakout & FAQ

Blog ImageThis technique is the most profitable one of Courtney’s from what we have learned in a FTU Webinar in January 2011. In comparison to Courtney’s other main FTI technique like Trend Analysis, the Channel Breakout is less sensitive to the market fluctuation and therefore generally has a bigger spread between the entry and exit price which leads to a small number of shares per position. Please login to Read More
15
July
2014
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Risk Management & FAQ

Technical Analysis - Trend AnalysisRisk management within the Courtney Technique is based on the fixed fraction principle.

This means that we will not buy an arbitrary number of shares for a specific company but rather a defined number of shares based on our risk management rules.
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2
July
2014
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The Trend Analysis & FAQ

Technical Analysis - Trend AnalysisOne of Courtney’s main techniques is the Trend Analysis. Overall, this technique is more sensitive to stock trend changes and allows you to get a bigger position with tighter protective stops. This article will give you the technique and it FAQ. Please login to Read More

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