This article was posted on Saturday, 15:46, UTC.
I was asked a question recently about what causes markets to correct so violently. While the answer to this question is obvious to all seasoned traders, I thought I’d spend a few minutes answering it for those who are relatively new to this arena. There are several reasons, but there are a few that stand out as the most compelling. The first is paper profits. At the start of every major bull move there are many people who bought early. As the markets reward them for their buying decision they are increasingly happy (of course). But they understand that their…
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Jim has an MBA from the University of Southern California. He has had a long career in both Corporate Finance and IT. Along the way he discovered that trading was a vehicle with great promise, but struggled for a long time without a mentor. After having been knocked down many times and having struggled to get back up, he had an epiphany and realized that geometry was a solution. He shares his experience here.
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