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Started:April 20th, 2015 (04:19 PM) by TennisOrDie Views / Replies:752 / 10
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When will this bull market end?

Old April 22nd, 2015, 11:42 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I don't know, but I'm sure going to make a lot of money shorting it all the way back down.

You can time the market. That doesn't mean you just guess and start shorting the top of the market. You have to wait for the market to start trending down and then you time the market and go short.

If you read any financial planning advice on the internet it just says to still all your money in a mutual fund or index fund no matter where the market is and then wait 40 years. FUCK THAT.

The people that made money in this last bull market were not the ones that just randomly stuck their money in the market and hoped that it went back up. The people that made money let the market crash and burn and then went all in. Buy low sell high.

So, I don't know when there will be another recession. But, I do know that there will be one and that I will have money available to profit from it.

Take a look at my picture. This is very simple. You will know there is a top when prices go back below the 21 EMA/TMA and then tries to retest the high. After the retest fails, go short. You will know there is a bottom when prices go back above the 21 EMA/TMA and then re tests the bottom and then goes up.

I am not trying to predict any booms and busts. I am waiting for booms and busts to happen and then capitalizing on the fact.

How do you know it's not going to drop below your 21 ema and then bounce back to new highs in the following weeks?

...We're in a bull market.

If you don't believe it then you might aswell start selling premium now, there's no point waiting on a moving average.

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