Discussion in 'Trading' started by myminitrading, May 18, 2007.
I have never heard of such a thing.
Oh, basically the bounce doesn't come and the liquidation takes it's toll. Like being sucked into a ventilation shaft . You're hanging on by your fingers and for a moment you think you might survive, until another victim slams into you and you both hit the fan and are extruded into the abyss.
I hope that answers your question. Have a nice day.
no idea bro....
Since the market consists of only "entry" and "exits" - whether they are buys first or sells first, the term follow through can apply to either direction. Big seller one day, followed up by another big seller the next day.
I heard the NYSE now decided to put on trading curbs after two consecutive down days, hence limiting any potential downside. 100% up room to go.
still don't know here either.....
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