Trading the Price Pendulum

And now for something a little different.

My latest article over at TRADERS’ Magazine┬áis titled Trading the Price Pendulum. It draws on the idea of a pendulum as an analogy for the way markets move: swinging from bearish to bullish and back again, gaining momentum and then losing it again, meeting support and resistance at the extremes, and notionally representing “fair value” in the middle.

It’s a useful analogy for both investors and traders, and it is an analogy that Ravee Mehta also alludes to in his newish book The Emotionally Intelligent Investor (on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com).


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Disclaimer: this posting is for general education only; it is not trading advice.