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thank you. Gary, is this Stop Action or SOT? or shake out?

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I see some selling from 2600, volume is decreasing, but still high. at this moment, do we need supply to confirm this selling?

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thank you. Gary, is this Stop Action or SOT? or shake out?

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That is the last point of support (LPS) before markup. It appears as a spring / shakeout as well.

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The herd Charlie selling in to a support Olè

I was selling at point A because the close of the bar when i saw volume coming in closed at BE.
Is the second time i do this.
Selling at support

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I was selling at point A because the close of the bar when i saw volume coming in closed at BE.
Is the second time i do this.
Selling at support


The problem with selling at A was you were selling against a buying bar. So the proper thing would have been to wait to see some supply bars under point A, and sell a slow retest back to point A which would indicate a lack of demand after supply showed up.

The market needs to prove itself to the downside with supply in order to make a proper sell. Don't beat yourself up about it. Consider it m\part of the learning process. I hope I was some help. Please ask if you'd like more help.

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The problem with selling at A was you were selling against a buying bar. So the proper thing would have been to wait to see some supply bars under point A, and sell a slow retest back to point A which would indicate a lack of demand after supply showed up.

The market needs to prove itself to the downside with supply in order to make a proper sell. Don't beat yourself up about it. Consider it m\part of the learning process. I hope I was some help. Please ask if you'd like more help.

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Sure Gary trying to anticipate the market movement can lead you in to very very bad position. I know i was crystall balling the market.
I've got a question about NQ /Sp spread If NQ and Sp made a new low and the spread doesn't what does it means ?
I can't understand the spread. When Sp Make a new high an Sp Doesn't and when Sp Make a new high And Nq don't what does it means ? Nq leads Sp. But i don't get it

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Sure Gary trying to anticipate the market movement can lead you in to very very bad position. I know i was crystall balling the market.
I've got a question about NQ /Sp spread If NQ and Sp made a new low and the spread doesn't what does it means ?
I can't understand the spread. When Sp Make a new high an Sp Doesn't and when Sp Make a new high And Nq don't what does it means ? Nq leads Sp. But i don't get it


The Nasdaq is more of a speculative index than the S&P 500. This being said, when traders are bullish, they tend to buy the leaders which have tended to be the tech stocks, because traders feel they offer the most potential. If you notice the stock market rally, it was mostly lead by Apple. When Apple topped out, the Nasdaq corrected more so than the S&P. In an uptrend, people tend to be more speculative, which is more of the Nasdaq than the S&P. When the trend is down, they tend to sell the more speculative issues and stick with blue chips, which is the S&P. This is why I personally watch this spread. I watch the money flow between these two indexes, among other things.

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Hi, Gary, this 30 minutes 6E chart, I marked A and B on it, I was waiting for retest of ICE at B, but didn't get filled. my question is A, do you think it is a proper short area ?

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Hi, Gary, this 30 minutes 6E chart, I marked A and B on it, I was waiting for retest of ICE at B, but didn't get filled. my question is A, do you think it is a proper short area ?

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Sometime price doesn't come all the way back to the area we think it should test. Maybe the market is too weak to do so. Based on the chart you showed its tough to tell if "A" is a good area to short. I do think though the area is "B" is a good spot. You are in the zone of the high volume down bar, you are not reaching the supply line of the minor trend channel (Red), you have declining volume on the pullback and you ultimately break the minor trend channel.

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Hi, Gary, this 30 minutes 6E chart, I marked A and B on it, I was waiting for retest of ICE at B, but didn't get filled. my question is A, do you think it is a proper short area ?

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Yes, B would have been a proper short area because you had selling the background. Unfortunately, the market didn't get there, but it was a good analysis.

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