Market Psychology

Market psychology is different than trader psychology. Different in that the former is the summation of the latter. Said otherwise, the trader psychology for all participants, when combined, creates a market psychology. One constant throughout the history of the capital markets is that of psychology.  Market psychology is the basis for chart patterns for example.…
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November Weakness

Presidential election aside, November historically is a tough month to trade. At least for my mean reversion approach. This is based on data going back to 2008. Through the filter of my strategies history has shown it is best to do nothing in November. And May as well. So there are two months out of…
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Market Seasonality

Rather than  a traditional post, I wanted to use this moment to raise a question. A question I have pondered, and will continue to ponder. A question I would love to one day answer with some hard data. My strategy focus remains mean reversion. Granted mean reversion is a somewhat broad brush, so let me…
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Traders, Marketers And Scams

Why in this industry is there so much utter nonsense? So many lies about performance.  Countless websites, twitter feeds, you name it that hide behind the veil of fake performance. Falsified results. In an industry where easily ninety percent of participants fail, the services side of the business would imply the opposite. Have you ever…
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