Recently, all kinds of analysts are looking at gold and silver. Tonight, I will analyze it from the perspective of trading system and talk to you about how I intend to participate in trading under such circumstances.
As for the analysis of bullish gold in the market, no matter how colorful the views of various parties are, there are only two core points The price rise of precious metal price in inflation effect and maintenance property caused by money release; The volatility of the overall pattern has resulted in the rise of the price of precious metals;
All of us have an intuitive sense of these two aspects of fundamentals, and I will not repeat them.
Then from the technical analysis, we can see the weekly gold, MACD red column continued to diverge after the first round of decline, even if it is down, after referring to the 1920 high point after September 2011, the decline time cycle after the continuous divergence of the column is a long-term weekly high level consolidation and downward.
Therefore, it is very difficult to go down the current MACD measurement column form directly, so there are two possibilities left (horizontal or continuous upward). If the horizontal direction is a weekly level of sorting, it is also a bit of a play. Isn't it better to go up.
At the same time, on the weekly line, the support of 0.382 and 20 cycles in the early stage did not go down, so it is no problem to continue to look at it with a long head!
Now I will focus on the problems that I see. When many individual investors look at the big bull, they basically participate in long trading or carry more orders
On the one hand, they do not have long-term risk tolerance, on the other hand, they do not have considerable financial strength, which is a bit of a state of echoing others
When people make money for a long time, you regret not holding the list. When others stop loss, you are still carrying it. Although it's all see more, still died before dawn.
What should ordinary investors do?
So what is the more suitable way for individual investors to survive in such a situation where the overall situation is long?
1、 Only do one-way, in the bull market, although there are still empty orders to make money, but please don't be jealous, filter out the empty orders, try to only do the signal list that is consistent with the direction of the fundamentals you agree with!
2、 Large stop loss and large level of carrying orders, individual investors do not have the risk tolerance, so we should follow less, unclear stop loss orders. Find someone who has done well in the short term and has quite a few sample data. If you want to make more orders with him in the short term, you can use the profit to game the direction you want to play, rather than consume the principal endlessly.
3、 Pay attention to the timing of admission, pay more attention to the key support in the market, that is, the support and pressure of 4-hour level and daily line, and participate in the short-term list consistent with your basic subjective direction
The above three points not only avoid the short board that individual investors can not do well in the short term, but also can combine the advantages of others to avoid the disadvantages of long-term masters.
Finally, only do what is within the scope of one's ability, correctly recognize oneself and learn from each other in time. Profit is not contested day and night, the most important thing is progress!
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