Hi Traders, What types of securities or sectors within a given asset class do think exhibit the greatest tendency to trend? Gary Smith, in __How I Trade for a Living__ suggests that junk bonds, and funds comprising them, trend better than funds of other asset classes. "They either go straight up or straight down," he writes. Having read that, I had to ask myself if junk bonds are the trendiest avenue, or if there is something that moves with even more commitment. Smith suggests that a 2% move in junk in either direction is indicative of considerably greater movement to follow, affording an opportunity for scale-up buying Ã la Livermore and Darvas. Without examining the validity of that thesis, it's clear that life as a trader would be easier if all markets behaved that way. My question, thus, is what asset classes move like that: an initial nudge and we're off to the races. The choices are countless: forex (and if so, which pairs, or does it matter?), treasuries, emerging markets, the tech sector, oil, the softs? This question calls for gross generalization, I know, but if some markets are typically, or even just often trendier than most, it would be great to know about them. We already have Gary Smith's vote, so what's yours?