Sometimes I literally intuitively want to work in a different way than most traders do. Maybe it's some kind of intuition or something... But sometimes it really helps me to take money from the first step and make an effective trading session.
Jalath posted: Just because many people are trading in one direction does not necessarily mean that they are right,. Maybe they are all headed in that direction because they are copying each other. Some are going to read this reply and then head the other direction. So what is what. That is all uo to you.Go in the direction you want to go.
I think it effect the price. So, trader should check trading volume before making a trade.
It can turn out to be really helpful for you as you will interact with experts. You can learn different strategies and patterns and see how to use them to the best of your interest. In short, it will be informative and useful.
When more than 80% of retail traders are short you can expect at least a nice pullback once they get squeezed out. Works well as long you can identify the squeeze move. If you enter early will find find yourself in the wrong boat.
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