Nothing to Get Excited About
Although the best advice I can give about this market is to respect the trend and not worry about doing much until the price action improves, it is still tedious to deal with this poor action. On one hand, you want to monitor closely and watch for signs of improvement. On the other hand, it is going to take time before there's a turn that can be trusted.
What often happens in a market like this is traders put on small trades just to stay busy, and then they are nicked up with little losses when the indices do little and stocks move randomly. Since we are traders, it feels like we should always be trading, but the reality is that there are times when it's better to stay away....209 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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