Another example of price manipulation.
To put it in simple terms, most traders lose money. Ever wonder why?
Well... Look at the charts! Don't take my word for it.
I don't control the price... But I know who does!
Who has the most money? It ain't retail traders.
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Here is a prime example of market manipulation that I explained the other day on my first TradingView Stream.
I look forward to showing you guys more examples in the future!
Have a blessed day,
Tomorrow morning at 7:30 AM (central US time) CAD will have CPI news. I believe price will spike to the level noted in the box. Possibly come down from there, but at a minimum, upside to the box. Will also be watching the london session to see if price doesn't already go there.
Potential Long idea here. If the previous low gets swept, more upside potential. 1:3 RR (1%:3%)
This does not mean to take a trade. I am waiting for a new high and then a potential pullback for entry. Letting the bottom be set first is my plan.
Generally, gaps in price (whether actual gaps or liquidity gaps) get filled after some time. If the market doesn't go and fill them immediately, I like to wait for highs or lows to be taken. Once stops are taken, the gap should be ready to be filled. TIME does play a factor as with most, if not all analysis.
Looking for a swing of 50+ pips at the moment. If highs...
Well, if history repeats itself here, the stock market could be in trouble shortly. Over the next couple of months, I'll be watching closely. I'm no economist, but I believe the markets are due for a nice dip. Good luck to all!
Daily Supply level here, also 1430.50 mid figure rejection. Entry is slightly off from the desired price, that's what I get for sleeping in and not having an alert set!
looking to make over 100 pips here short side.