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Market sold off with ease why?

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Plot twist, the market reacts exactly that way on the 30th and you are kicking yourself not making a fortune !!

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when you see such deliberate activity on a spot that was defended with aggression throught out the day it makes you wonder ...


It's an uncertainty: the markets are full of them - they're universal, really.

All activity is "deliberate". As you said yourself, this was very low-volume activity. I don't really share your perception of it as "such deliberate activity". Probably just a little low-volume profit-taking?

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First, thank you all for your response

All I had to do was go in to Dec 1 and do the MKt reply with the probability that all the yesterdays buys will be there and look for them . Surely, they were defending there spot with aggression until they lost. Which gave me a chance to scalp it.
But once they lost that 3495 by bias changed to completey short. After that it just drafted, which tells me it was just was profit taking.

I never really thought price can make big move with little volume, will this is how you learn lol.
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Price getting weird at the close

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wow.. thank you this is very educational video..

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