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IBTimes interviews Martha Stokes CMT regarding Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) Long Term

Meanwhile, Martha Stokes, chartered market technician and chief executive officer of TechniTrader, is concerned about Alibaba’s growth in the long-term.

“Alibaba has been growing exponentially, and that’s a big red flag,” Stokes said to IBTimes. “How far can it go before it has reached market saturation? Also, China’s GDP has been on a steady decline for several years and you have an aging population. There are some huge issues as to whether Alibaba can continue to grow exponentially,” Stokes added. “But is the party already over before it gets out there?”

As China's population ages, an inverted pyramid is beginning to develop where there will eventually be more people over the age of 50 than under. Stokes said too few workers might be left supporting retirees.

“This means the consumer based economy will deteriorate because older people don’t buy products like younger people,” Stokes added. “Unless you have a younger population that’s significantly larger like India, you can’t have the exponential growth that you see in Alibaba right now. China is expected to invert in a few years.”


Posted on September 23, 2014 by Registered CommenterAdrienne | CommentsPost a Comment

TechniTrader® Special Events - YouTube Stock Market Training Videos

Martha Stokes CMT

View TechniTrader® Stock Market Training videos on YouTube with a wide variety of subjects at no cost.  Sample what our training is like.

Here is the link: TechniTrader® on YouTube

If you have any questions go to "Ask Adrienne" and send me an email.

Posted on September 16, 2014 by Registered CommenterMartha Stokes CMT | Comments1 Comment

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Posted on September 15, 2014 by Registered CommenterAdrienne | CommentsPost a Comment

TechniTrader Student Monthly Mentoring September 17, 2014 - Not Yet Students Invited To Join Us

                        E-Learning for TechniTrader Students

                    Mentoring Session with Martha Stokes CMT

                   Wednesday, September 17th at 7:30 pm EDT

Get Ready for the Stock Market's Busy Season

September to October kicks off the highest trading activity of the year for the stock market. In this live mentoring session, Martha Stokes CMT will review Dark Pool quiet accumulation patterns and other strength building chart patterns.

Learn the most important factors for planning ahead, how to find stocks with strong point gain potential, and build and cull watchlists. Martha Stokes CMT will provide a watchlist of stocks for study the week of the live event.

Students will have an opportunity to submit stock analysis requests and ask questions. A private link to the recording of the live mentoring session will be emailed to each registrant a few days following the live event. ME10 Course Prerequisite

TechniTrader Students and Subscribers: Sign in to the Student Website to receive your in-cart discounts.

Not Yet TechniTrader Students: Contact Us for more information by emailing or phone 888-846-5577!

Click Here for the link.

Posted on September 12, 2014 by Registered CommenterAdrienne | CommentsPost a Comment

"FLIP Study Group" for TechniTrader® Students begins September 9, 2014

          FLIP Study Group for TechniTrader® Students

Join us on Tuesday September 9, 2014 for this month’s study group. All levels of experience are welcome.

Do you want some hands-on practice & feedback on your stock analysis? This study group is designed to provide a casual guided forum for TechniTrader Students to share stock analysis, fundamental research, questions, and ideas among peers. It is held at the TechniTrader® Stock Blog over 3 weeks each month. Drop in any time! Mele from the Guidance Team, facilitates the discussion and is available to answer questions. 

In order to participate you must:

  • Have completed the entire Methodology Essentials ME10 course.
  • Receive the Friday Daily Market Educator or Position Trader Weekly.

Contact to sign up or go to any “Ask Adrienne” on this blog and send her an email. 

Posted on September 5, 2014 by Registered CommenterAdrienne | CommentsPost a Comment
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