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New 52 Week Highs Stocks to Short

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View a list of NYSE and NASDAQ companies that have reached new 52-week highs at MarketBeat.

JPMorgan Chase Caught with Hands in Cookie Jar, Forced to Pay More Than $135 Million for Improper Handling of ADRs

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The SEC’s order found that JPMorgan improperly provided ADRs to brokers in thousands of pre-release transactions when neither the broker nor its customers had the foreign shares needed to support those new ADRs. Such practices resulted in inflating the total number of a foreign issuer’s tradeable securities, which resulted in abusive practices like inappropriate short selling and dividend arbitrage that should not have been occurring.

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When Interest Rates Rise: Winners and Losers

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The green back has appreciated over 20% against other currencies since July 2014 in anticipation of a rate hike. A strong dollar is a positive for consumers buying goods or traveling overseas, but the flipside is that a strong dollar ends up hurting American exporters.

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What About the New 52-Week High Mark for a Stock?

For the short-term minded trader who elects to buy the stock as a result of its 52-week outstanding performance, short-term trouble could be on the horizon. The main reason why there could be trouble is because professional and institutional traders use a stock’s 52-week high mark has a take-profit point where they lock in their gains accrued over the past year.

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Fastest Way to Make Short-Term Profits in the Stock Market is Shorting Stocks

My discovery explains the reason why most traders lose money in the stock market. Those losing traders just approach the market the wrong way. First, one must understand that what goes up must come down to some degree because profit has to be made by traders. However, what goes down doesn’t necessarily mean that it will come back up at all. That is because companies do run out of business, which cause their stock prices to plummet without recovery.

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