I didn't see the hole in either post?
I didn't assume anything, especially with the OP referring to breakouts.
I'm guessing you didn't read my...
The OP asked for a case for buying a breakout - that is all I was responding to. You are correct that it is probably more suited to traders, but...
Statistically, buying a "pullback" is a good strategy - buying a "dip" not.
Maybe these two terms have been conflated?
Buying the breakout is buying into the confirmation of an upward price movement. Your opinion (or assumptions) have been confirmed by...
1. Risk:reward is way better for buying on breakouts.
2. Dollar-cost-averaging is statistically a poor way of investing, and a mugs game.
You will know a $200 fake if you see one.
Not in the industry anymore.
However, Slimey is correct above - "What we have is disarray and political interference and we are directionless."...
Yeah, we got what we voted for when we voted Rudd/Wong and Gillard.
I was involved in the power generation industry in that time, and I can tell...
I had a thought..... is glitter ingestion hazardous to poor old rover when he licks his own balls?
Glittery Scrotums Are The Latest Dog Grooming Trend And Why Not?
How far would you go to show off your pet?
Some dogs have their own Instagram...
All good. I tend to be the same.
Over the years I have read hundreds of articles on manipulation, JPM, long-term price suppression, COMEX etc....
OK. I agree to disagree on the semantics of "isolated".
Either way my original assertion, that long-term price manipulation/suppression has not...
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