Supply & Demand

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Old Apr 13, 2004, 4:22pm   #1
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Supply & Demand

I recently read an article on Elite Trader by a regular contributor there, and found it such a great read I've decided it ought to be posted here.

All credit for the article must however go to DBPheonix, from www.elitetrader.com

Makes for some entertaining and informative reading.
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Old Apr 13, 2004, 4:38pm   #2
 
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One I did earlier

http://www.trade2win.co.uk/boards/sh...5&pagenumber=2

The above post is a few days old but refers to same thing.

Hope this helps'
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Old Apr 13, 2004, 5:20pm   #3
 
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Your readers might also be interested in the Trendlines file at my Yahoo site (a pain in the ass, but the only place I can make these files available to anyone who wants them) since trend is a function of supply and demand:

http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/DbPhoenix/
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Old Apr 13, 2004, 5:28pm   #4
 
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And there are -- so far -- five weeks' worth of charts to illustrate the subject at my PV thread:

http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/showth...threadid=29005

(sorry -- as you were)
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Old Apr 13, 2004, 7:33pm   #5
 
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Its good to see you posting as a number of members are following your supply and demand thread on ET.
The contents of this thread may be of interest
http://www.trade2win.co.uk/boards/sh...&threadid=7751
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Old Apr 13, 2004, 7:51pm   #6
 
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Yes, it is interesting (try running a thread like that at ET . . . ). It's going to take a while to get thru it, tho.

Thx.
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Old Apr 20, 2004, 10:04am   #7
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Something funny in original Elite Trader thread

It appears that in original thread posts by people the author doesn't like are being deleted. I haven't posted there, but anybody who questions the validity of the method gets the censure in his thread.

People following the thread may have noticed that total number of posts have become less than they were a few days ago. Posts which have disppappeared had common theme. All of them questioned whether the author had any comments before the fact. It is very easy to draw trendlines after the market is closed. I have benefitted from these posts by the author but it appears he doesn't want to demonstrate that he can actually make these observations when it really counts. ie before the fact.

Just my humble observation

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Old Apr 22, 2004, 2:32pm   #8
 
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"The author" has explained this over and over again, but he will explain it one more time.

The point of the thread is not to show what a great trader I am and what great calls I make. The point of the thread is to show how one can trade using only price and volume. If I were to venture into my particular strategy, that would defeat the purpose of the thread, which is to enable anyone, regardless of individual strategy or tactics, to apply these principles to his own trading.

As for the deletions, most of them have to do with "great thread", "thanks", etc. While I appreciate those posts, I make it a point to thank people via PM, then I ask that these posts be deleted after a time so that newcomers don't have to slog through a lot of off-topic posts.

As for deleting "disagreements", yes, I ask that posts which are off-topic, e.g., posts that focus on indicators, be deleted. Since they are off-topic, they are irrelevant. If whoever is making the posts wants to start his own journal, he's welcome to do so. But this rarely occurs because it's so much easier to disrupt somebody else's journal than to find and maintain the discipline to create a journal of one's own. As for drawing TLs ahead of time, if you can find anyone who can do so (which necessitates determining where price will be at several points in the future), forget about trading; give this person all of your money plus whatever you can borrow besides.

It's unfortunate that you find the information to be of no value. I assume that you don't find books of any value either. Since the thread has over 50,000 views, I assume that somebody is benefitting from it, tho not everyone will.
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