I will have to take some time with your graphs and explanation.
I assume this is market profile with a bit of a twist.
For my own edification, how do these graphs aid you in making a decision to place a trade?
Yes, big supporters of Kennedy and Daley.
I have used SPY intraday as a proxy for ES...just to familiarize, not to trade. I agree, there is money to be made trading options. I suspect...
If you are making consistent money trading spreads - more power to you...I looked hard into options long ago and just could not...
Is today the start of the low volume (not today) rally, which lulls many into wondering if it is time to again adopt a long bias?
lol...still laughing at this post....
I too looked at Friday's action..that being the last time I saw 1196, hence my comment. I simply reached the conclusion that the position was...
Money managers must be bullish in the long run - or else be out of a job. I can't really disagree with them, for in the "long run" the bad stocks...
On the charts (monthly), we have been in trouble since 2007...got a strong bear market rally until last week.
It had to be an overnight position.
I made a mistake... clone a line at the low of 2009 - not 2003.
Need to draw some trendlines here...connect 2007 with "now" then clone a line at the low in 2003. This is the reality of where we are!
Agreed, this is an anamoly. I waited until after lunch so that things could settle out. The only long trade I had was after Obama spoke.
Curious how everyone did...I only got in after 13:00...5 trades, 4 short, no losses. Total of 34 points per contract.
Curious how everyone did for the day...
I made 35 points per contract. 5 trades, 4 short...no losses.
According to Jack Hershey...this column is the "Money" column.
If you are trading a universe of stocks that adhere to the Price Volume...
I'll save you some time and trouble. It's been my experience there is no grail in trading, yet from a psychological standpoint the grail is...
You'd do even better buying 5% below a short MA of SPY rather than from the high.
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