Discussion in 'Trading' started by qdz, Dec 17, 2002.
I am taking off today.
Good luck to you.
How do manipulators quickly reverse a -70+ loss when a Dow component (MCD) down 1.2+ over 15%?
I wonder manipulators have sophisticated machanisms to coordinate the operations, like those crocks did in enengery trading. In fact these are the same kind of crocks.
Don't get me wrong. I didn't lose, but was stopped out with outragous little profit. And that's means I have to stop today to avoid potential loss. Shoot.
No, it's low volume.
Technically these are buyers. fundamentally, they are thin-volume manipulators.
And expiration manipulators.
You should start a Journal thread since you are good at keeping a thread going by yourself.
I hope this doesn't sound sarcastic... I don't mean it to be.
When manipulators were error at close, they would reverse at the open. When they were right, it will be one-way. So when you are with the will of manipulators, let the gain grow. When you are against the will of manipulators, cut loss short. Overall if you are an outsider, you chance can only be marginally better than 50%.
Just trade ...
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