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A dead cat bounce is a temporary recovery in asset prices in a secular downtrend or bear market. This price rally is usually brief and within a more prolonged technical decline. It reverses, allowing the bear market to continue.

A bear trap is common when trading various assets such as stocks, currencies, and commodities. It’s a technical pattern where the price dips or starts falling, then quickly reverses upwards.

A week ago everything changed here at Real Vision as we launched The Real Investing Course, which is part of the new Real Vision Academy. We want to take you behind the curtain to show you how it changes the game for investors.

Real Vision today launched The Real Investing Course, a new online learning experience that helps people become better investors – in less than 10 hours.

Earnings Per Share (EPS) is an important and closely watched metric in a company’s earnings figures. It is one of the numerous tools investors can draw from their arsenal to help them analyze the profitability, health, and overall value of a business.

Compound interest can work for or against you, depending on how you invest your money.

The price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is a common formula for measuring the share value of a company compared to its earnings per share.

Retained earnings are the monies a company has left over after paying dividends to its shareholders. It is an important tool that shows you how much money a company has to spend on other aspects of its business.


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