You see in my chart that it is in a wave C of a larger degree wave (c). And wave c's are the corrective equivalent of wave 3's. I would not go against an impulsive wave without CLEAR indication it is done. And here, that does not exist yet. Any move down would be just a temporary correction. Of course, you can try to trade the pullback but I'd rather wait and trade the next move up WITH the trend.
When the time is right, my members will be alerted to the proper trading opportunity. Right now, there is not one.
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Also, pullback from a shorter time frame like hourly or min chart can be magnified to such an extent that it becomes a major sell and the longer one stare at it , the more he is convinced , he needs to get out before getting burned.....(that probably sums up the inadequate homework done to plan the trade). Theoretically, plan your trade and trade your plan sounds logical but in real life, once the market goes live, one can get consumed in it and lose track of what he is supposed to do and unconsciously start to follow the herd.....