Category Archives: Trading – ideas and principles

How to use sentiment indicators

I once knew someone who referred to sentimental songs as ‘semimental’ songs. LOL. So, sentiment indicators. Pretty popular. Get quoted a lot (especially over the last 2 weeks or so). None of the sources I read say that because sentiment … Continue reading

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What makes price move? Here’s one factor (actually two).

What is it that moves price? Well, there is no “it”, it’s a complex phenomenon. But this post is going to, eventually, get to making at least one point (actually two) about what moves price. I say eventually, because in … Continue reading

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How to Beat the Odds at Judging Risk

How to Beat the Odds at Judging Risk My first thought when coming across a link to this article was a literal “WTF?????” I quickly glanced at the date … 15 May. And this article was published on, what … … Continue reading

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… I am bound to be wrong …

Saturday. Ahhhhhhhhhh. I’m going to be taking the time this weekend to reflect on developments in the market while its closed. What a relief. I’m going to do a bit of ‘sleeping on it’. Since the FOMC I have been … Continue reading

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2 new posts on Motorway’s Enantiodromia blog

Two new posts up from Motorway on the Enantiodromia blog. These two latest posts should be read as part of a series of posts that use the point and figure charts to show how to read price action in the … Continue reading

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Market dynamics

Amazing what you can see and discern in market behaviour. Yesterday I posted that the market was not short (please excuse the shorthand, of course some participants are/were short, me saying ‘the market is not short’ is just a bit … Continue reading

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Expanding on the doom and gloom

I don’t know where to start today. I really like the expression “a lot of weather” – you know, how a day might be sunny, windy, then storms, then hail, then back to sunny, then back to storms … and … Continue reading

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