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Markets end strong before Good Friday holiday

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The markets ended in the green to end the week early on Thursday afternoon. With Good Friday today,

The markets ended in the green to end the week early on Thursday afternoon. With Good Friday today, the markets are on holiday and there will be no trading! But we didn't want to leave you without your daily dose of Digest! There's nothing more fundamental to chart trading than the candlestick. This chart building block is critical to your understanding how a stock or asset is moving, and if you can't read candles... Well, it's a little bit like being in the dark without a light source. Don't take the spark out of your trading. Markay's got you covered with a FREE introductory class on candles. [Watch it here]( Look Out for That Volvo! Are you ready for the driverless revolution? Volvo is working hard on self-driving trucks, which will revolutionize the shipping industry, but provide serious challenges for the workforce. [Read more about what's coming here]( Are Vaccine Passports the Future? Vaccine passports are controversial: On the bright side, they provide folks with a way of proving they've been vaccinated against COVID-19, which should allow them more freedom. On the negative side, folks worry they'll be a significant invasion of privacy. [Read more about them here]( I can't emphasize this enough: You should take a break this weekend. I may say it again later this weekend, but rest is vitally important for traders. This is hard work. It can be exhausting, and you can become burnt out very quickly if you're not really careful. Breaks like this three-day weekend are a great opportunity for you to step back, really step away from the computer and from your trading, relax, unwind, and recharge! I'm even having my team do it. Our folks are all taking this three-day weekend as a real change to recharge the batteries. I hope you will, too! Have a great weekend. Leveraged trading in foreign currency or off-exchange products on margin carries significant risk and may not be suitable for all investors. We advise you to carefully consider whether trading is appropriate for you based on your personal circumstances. You may lose more than you invest. We recommend that you seek independent advice and ensure you fully understand the risks involved before trading. The information on this website is intended as educational in nature and we do not recommend that you buy or sell any specific financial instrument.   Daily Profit Publishing , 1800 Hughes Landing Blvd. Ste. 200, The Woodlands, TX 77380, United States [Update your subscription]( — [Unsubscribe](

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