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Ian Cooper
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Over the last 20 years, Ian Cooper has relied on a blend of technical, fundamental and news analysis with stocks, options, and ETFs. He was one of the few that called the bottom and top of housing, the top of sub prime and Alt-A, the death of Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns, the collapse of the UK economy and the Dow’s collapse to 6,500, including its recovery. He even called for gold to rally well above $1,000 when it traded under $850. He’s shown thousands of investors just how to exploit “market extremes” for quick, short-term gains with seven proprietary indicators that have led to successful calls on the biggest spikes and dips in the markets.

Please note that all articles that Ian Cooper writes here are done so for personal informational/educational purposes only. Any purchases that he makes or opinions that he expresses are not meant as recommendations for anyone else. Please perform your own due diligence before following his lead into or out of a position. He is not a licensed professional. He enjoys investing and the open discussion that articles on this site inspire - this is why he writes, not to influence anyone else's decisions, but to enhance ones ability to make sound financial choices.

This author is a Chasing Markets contributor. All content submitted by this author represent their personal opinions, and should be considered as such for entertainment purpose only. All opinions expressed are those of the writer, and may not necessarily represent fact, opinions, or bias of Chasing Markets.
 
LATEST SUBMISSIONS

 
Bank of America’s CEO has one simple reason why he doesn’t see a recession looming
Posted on 08/25/2019 by: Ian Cooper
 
Trump on US-China trade war: ‘I could declare a national emergency’
Posted on 08/25/2019 by: Ian Cooper
 
How to Protect your Money from the Trade War
Posted on 08/25/2019 by: Ian Cooper
 
Bitcoin Is Turning Into a Global Safe Haven for Investors
Posted on 08/08/2019 by: Ian Cooper
 
Recession odds rise as economists cut growth estimates
Posted on 08/08/2019 by: Ian Cooper