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Does your trading lack the "trader’s edge" needed to be a consistent winner in the markets? Do you find yourself entering and exiting positions at the very wrong time? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone. The good news is that there is a very specific reason why the majority of traders enter and exit trades with very poor timing. Also, the answers needed to fix this problem are far simpler than you may think. To gain the edge and learn how to stack the odds in our favor, we will go back to the school of basics, not just to review the basic concepts but more importantly to look at them very differently than we have before. We know that if we look at charts, indicators, and any other tools used to perform market analysis the same way everybody else does, we would just be entering and exiting positions with them as well which gives us little to no edge. To gain the consistent edge which means low risk/high reward entries, we must first have a solid understanding of why most traders...
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fibonelli

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A very good article on the importance of demand and supply and of patiently waiting for high probability setups.
 

bewise

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A simple thing is best kept simple. If you put in too many indicators, you won't be able to see the woods for the trees.Looking at a chart in its pure form is the best. The closing price, volume and range are what you need.
Indicators are road signs. If you know the way, you don't need them.
 

firewalker99

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A relief to read an article that discusses supply & demand without turning to some fancy indicator. This is really what it's all about, buyers vs sellers. Excellent article.
 

Bossant

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thanks

this helps alot but only concern is how you figure where the supply and demand lines are put?
 

foroom lluzers

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Do you find yourself entering and exiting positions at the very wrong time? If the answer is yes, you're not alone. The good news is that there is a very specific reason why the majority of traders enter and exit trades with very poor timing.

Just looking for confirmation why this market timing does not work , why this strategy may offer an alternative.
 

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