Stock Market Weekly Watch List For August 3rd 2020: BITCOIN, S&P Emini, SPY, QQQ, AAPL, INTC?
In Today's Free DayTradingFearless Raw & Uncut Trading Finance Education Video: I do the weekly watch list for August 3rd 2020 where I analyze Bitcoin, spy, s&p emini futures, qqq, aapl and a update in INTC from last week.
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