Okay this is going to be a bit of an angry post but if you humor me for a moment I promise that your take away will be a few giggles plus maybe a valuable epiphany serving you well for the remainder of your existence on this mortal coil.
And this not just for when it comes to trading the financial markets, but in your private sphere as well. So do I have your full and undivided attention? Then read on:
Let’s not beat about the bush and call what happened during yesterday’s session as what it represents: a possible game changer. I’ve slipped in that weasly adjective as nothing in the world of trading is ever guaranteed.
However that said: Unless some miracle occurs today and the bulls drive the E-Mini back > 2750 the gist pretty much is up for the foreseeable future. Let me how you where it all went horribly wrong:
Market volatility in all shape and form has over the years turned into a personal passion and lies now at the heart of my current system development efforts. There are several reasons for this, the first most likely being one you probably have heard about before, which is that volatility appears to be a lot easier to predict than market direction. Your mileage of course, as with all things in life, may vary considerably plus as you slowly embark on peeling this onion you’ll discover there are many layers hiding below the surface.
I didn’t know Jason Statham was into statistics but when I told him about my newest project he was more than willing to model for today’s featured image. After which he punched out the camera man, stole my wallet, and ran off with the make up girl. My kind of guy! Alright, obviously we’re all bored to tears here, watching markets pump sideways as investors are waiting for news to emerge out of the annual Jackson Hole symposium tomorrow. So I thought I’d spruce things up a bit by leaking a few goodies: