Financial Planning For Beginners

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Financial planning in Australia

Financial Planning in Australia and the traps to avoid

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We turned positive on WES at the start of June as we noticed the upside break out of the cup and handle formation. The last few weeks has seen the share price consolidate once more and yesterday’s push higher indicates that once again it is ready to head higher. However, on any market weakness, we would be targeting support levels near $58 and $56, the latter would need to hold for the overall chart to remain bullish.

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