When I sat down to write this article, I thought it would be challenging—but useful—to distill over 20 years of trading experience…
“How to buy bottoms and sell tops with confidence.”By Jason Alan Jankovsky, FOREX Analyst & Trader Almost any trader with some experience has heard the trading maxim (or rule) “Don’t try to catch a falling knife…” It usually refers to buying a market falling in price and alludes to how dangerous it can be to … Read more
Words of wisdom from the mythical market timer behind Gann angles and the Square of 9.
There is a rather common saying in financial circles, that the markets are primarily driven by two opposing forces namely, fear and greed. This is, perhaps, an over-simplification.
Most focus on the importance of a viable methodology when looking to trade and forget about the other crucial aspects: the money management and trader’s psychology involved with following the methodology.
One of the oldest (and most outdated) trading maxims is: “Don’t Try to Catch a Falling Knife” The idea is that when a market is dropping hard and fast it is better to wait before attempting to buy it; the metaphor conjures images of a very messy outcome doing a lot of needless damage to … Read more
Almost any trader with some experience has heard the trading maxim (or rule) “Don’t try to catch a falling knife…” It usually refers to buying a market falling in price and alludes to how dangerous it can be to try to get positioned when a market appears to have a lot of potential to continue moving lower.
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and traders are bearish. The reasons vary and include worries about earnings or the economy but many feel that the market is headed for a fall.