The trouble with double tops is that, you don't know where exactly price will go. Have a look.
All you can do is take a controlled loss (aka stop-loss). If you can't afford it, don't take it (obviously).
Today was exciting!! USTech was heading south, whilst price on other US stock indices went madly north. The news said, that this was a about rotation. (Read...
The chart shows a powerful sharp switch in sentiment - which is rare on the 8H time frame. Clearly sentiment has been dented. I see small gamblers jumping in, buying the dip.
Sure - on smaller time frames they may make a few bucks. However, at the moment I think they risk transferring money out of their pockets - on the probabilities shown on this time frame...
Here once a completely hot Gambler Trade.
If the rumors are not right, then new all time highs in the next 4 years with the target range of 123.50 euro per share.
If nevertheless, there is a completely clear exit on May 2006 high with 21,18 euro - not one cent deeper.
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Real quick before trading closes.. I have the levels above that could be reached if traders react well to the earnings and the levels if a drop occurs.
We all know that the earnings are going to be low. That is factored in already, but still there is still going to be a reaction tomorrow morning. I personally think there is more risk going for a call rather than...
Time and time again we see whales crush over leveraged positions - today it is a combination of institutional investors and whales taking YOUR gambled money! We have seen these wide range trends since BitMex and it has only gotten worse as more leveraged trading exchanges are available globally. Don't lose your hard earned money GAMBLING in a market you do not...
This is on BTCUSD on the Daily time frame. I get right into my own psychology and explain what I'm feeling terms of FOMO.
I point out how the FOMO mentality causes people to lose big money. I've put on a paper trade, to explain this.
Note that ESMA and the NCA's have pointed out that:
... trading across different EU jurisdictions shows that 74-89% of...