Daytrader's Profit by Learning How the Market Moves
As traders, we seek information about the market that we can see on our charts and then we seek to capitalize on that information. One thing that many of us miss is how the market moves. Yes, we do not even notice such things in our quest for profits.
Our vision tunnels up when in a trade much like looking through the big end of a funnel and all we see is that small area at the end, as that is where the ticker or cursor that highlights the latest price is located. Our minds are quickly calculating as the price jumps up and down, like an adding machine in the hands of an auditor.
Have you noticed the market almost never moves in a single leg move, and that the markets always make at least three legs in a move? Many of us refer to this as an ABC move. It could be a 123 move. The Elliott label is unimportant. What is important is that we recognize that we have at least a three-legged movement coming.
If we know there are three legs to a move, we have great and useful information.
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