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  • The green-colored bars have the same significance as our reward-risk maps, signifying a probable attractive value buying opportunity.

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  • When looking at the performance and pricing statistics together, I don't see any truly compelling reward-risk opportunities.

  • Mickelson already was wildly popular with galleries, who appreciate his accessibility and his reward-risk approach to risk-reward shots.

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  • "However, if we look at a three-to-six month horizon, the economic sentiment indicators are likely to peak and in this environment, I expect the reward-risk ratio for equity investments to deteriorate," he added.

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  • The pullback entry into EWJ makes for an attractive reward-risk ratio, as the 50-day moving average is just 10 cents below yesterday's lows.

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  • But after three straight days of massive losses in the broad market, the reward-risk ratio of entering new bearish positions at current levels is not very positive.

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  • As the market corrects from its "overbought" condition, new opportunities with much more attractive reward-risk ratios will soon present themselves.

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  • However, the reward-risk ratio of buying XLV at its current price is not very attractive.

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  • Still, entering most of these ETFs at current levels now becomes a simple matter of analyzing the reward-risk ratio.

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  • Scaling into the trade in this manner provides a good reward-risk ratio on the initial entry, then allows for more profit to be realized as additional price confirmation becomes available.

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