Adapt or Be Crushed

Since the market low in March 2009, one of most consistent tendencies of the market has been to bounce and keep going. In the old days you could actually fade an oversold bounce aggressively, but now you are likely to be crushed if you have any doubts about the market's ability to turn back up and keep on running.

I suspect that this change in behavior has something to do with high levels of liquidity and more aggressive computerized trading. It is obvious that normal human emotions don't tend to swing to the extent we see these days. We often hear that the market has no memory from day to day because the computers are programed that way....167 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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