Back to the subject, I read somewhere that you can use Bollinger and Keltner bands to see if a breakout is imminent. Volatility drier than a nun's muff, Bollingers tight, then breakout is likely. That's what the book says.
I don't have to, got a decent job. But the cost to me was very high, almost to high in terms of time, doesn't matter how much I make from fx, not all the money in the world can buy me one extra second.
Oh yeah, money is so temporal ... These days it ain't a pile of cash anymore, it's just numbers somewhere in a server room ... Money won't make anyone happy. Fortunately, it doesn't make anyone sad either, LMAO.
TheCyclist posted: I don't have to, got a decent job. But the cost to me was very high, almost to high in terms of time, doesn't matter how much I make from fx, not all the money in the world can buy me one extra second.
Time ... we have nothing, but time, really. All the time in the world. Once you're done with something, a period of your life, or a big project, you can look back and say, holy shortcake, it's over, done, finito, you have to come to some conclusions, how to make it better next time but ... it's just so good to be able to say ... been there, done that ... in a good way. If it hasn't killed you, must have made you stronger ... and forex hasn't killed you, has it Elkart.
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