Library trader. John Bollinger.

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Library trader. John Bollinger.

An old proverb says that in order to make money in the market you should buy low and sell high - or vice versa. As soon as the markets become more volatile, and more complex shapes, to do so it is becoming increasingly difficult. There are bike from trading pits of Chicago, where they sell the most active in the world of futures contracts. It says that there is a God who rules the pits. This god has only two rules: first, you can buy at the lowest price - once in a lifetime, and secondly, you can sell at the highest price - also once in a lifetime. Of course, by definition, you can do the opposite as often as you want.
The purpose of this book is to help you avoid many common pitfalls that get investors, including the West, known as "buy low, sell high" where the investor buys only to watch the stock continued to fall, or sells only to watch the stock continues to move upward. Here traditional emotional approach to markets is replaced by the relative environment in which prices can be evaluated in a rigorous manner, leading to a series of rational investment decisions without reference to absolute truths. We can buy low or sell high, but if we do so, we do so only in a relative sense. Appeal to absolute truth is minimized. High definition is the top trading ribbon will lower the minimum definition of tape trading. There will also be a number of proposals with the aim of making it easier for you to adjust to this environment to your individual preferences and adjusting it so that it reflects your personal criteria of risk and reward.

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