I've been studying price action, s/r, indicators, patterns, and various fundamental analysis on stocks and the economy for some months now. I love the learning process, the $ loss while I'm learning, not so much. Lately I have become very interested in the temporary correlations that appear and disappear. I'm theorizing that good traders, whether consciously or not, notice and act on these correlations (acting includes abstinence) until the correlation disappears. A typical example is the market dropping when Bush spoke. Or commodity stock prices moving ahead of the actual commodity prices. IMO, asking a trader to disclose an edge is akin to asking if you can sleep with his/her spouse, but hopefully there is no harm in asking if some of you could share "tells" that you have watched come and go.