EXCALIBUR Q&A

To help answer your questions, I’ve brought together some common questions that other clients have asked in the past before purchasing The Excalibur Method technique for themselves.

I thought you might find the answers you’re looking for as well here, so, let’s begin . . .

1. “Can I use “The Excalibur Method” with my eSignal Advanced GET real time charting software?”

Answer: As long as you have a trend drawing tool that you can plot from one price point and draw to another price point, you’ll have what you’ll need to set up your Excalibur base trend.

If your charting software can also draw vertical and horizontal lines (and most charting software can), you’ll also be able to plot the primary buying and selling price points.

However, this step is so easy it can also be done visually or with a pen or your fingers once you establish the Excalibur reference points.

2. Will “The Excalibur Method” require me to draw a trend line of a particular degree or angle (say 45 or 90 degrees angle)? I don’t have the provision for this in my particular Charting software. Can I still make use of “The Excalibur Method”?”

Answer: You are not required to set specific degrees with your software.

You only need to be able to plot a line as mentioned in #1 above.

This can also be done on the screen physically using a transparent overlay or on a printed out chart using a straight-edge or ruler. It’s easy to apply the Principle which is why I developed it this way as I use it both on-screen and off-screen in printed charts.

3. “Can I use “The Excalibur Method” techniques to Day Trade my country’s Index Futures market?”

Answer: The Principles are Universal, and will work in any market that’s publicly traded in any country. In addition, Excalibur works on even the crudest of charts.

Here’s just a few charts from global indexes that The Excalibur Method can easily analyze:

And, here’s another Chinese market index that’s very popular:

And, now let’s shift to India:

How about the Australian Stock Index?

Or, the US Indexes?

I could go on and on with examples like these. Suffice it to say, all markets can be tracked using The Excalibur Method technique.

4. “After purchasing “The Excalibur Method”, do I need to purchase any more books or software from you to understand “The Excalibur Method” more elaborately?”

Answer: No, you do not need to purchase any other book, course or software in order to master this method.  The Excalibur Method is a stand-alone process.
5. “Are you going to recommend any other trading software to use “The Excalibur Method”?”

Answer: If you need help at any time to further understand, you can contact me personally and I will help you. I won’t recommend that you need other software in addition to help make Excalibur work. It works as is.

For those wishing to delve more deeply into the mysteries of the markets and uniquely developed techniques based on unknown principles, there is a 12-module program called the Harrison-Gann Trade Secrets Master Course.  This course is based on my discoveries of W.D. Gann’s techniques (and my own personal ones). That course is directed towards those wishing to pursue a deeper study of the markets and W.D. Gann’s works and additional, unique market trading tools. It’s wholly optional.

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6. “After finishing the course, can I use “The Excalibur Method” technique to pinpoint my day trading buying and selling opportunities for a few days in advance?”

Answer: As long as the underlying ‘intention’ or momentum of the market remains the same and doesn’t shift, you can continue your plotted Excalibur intention line from the previous day’s intra-day data.

Depending on what your risk parameters are, it’s possible to follow an ongoing price momentum a day or two outwards on an intra-day basis using the points established by the Excalibur Method including the Buy and Sell points. This, of course, depends on how volatile the market you’re trading is. A highly volatile market is not likely to sustain intra-day price momentum in a single direction over a 2-day period.

However, using daily data and a daily trend, you could plot optimal price points for buying or selling for many days ahead.

7.  “Does “The Excalibur Method” also help me to set my stop loss for a trade?”

Answer: Yes, this is one of the special aspects of the Excalibur Method.

I originally designed this process in order to incorporate risk management as part of a simple trading process. The point where a shift in market momentum is detected is also the point where a stop will be located. There is an active, dynamic stop movement to match the momentum of the trade.

You do not have to do a special calculation for a stop loss either.

There is only one step to the Excalibur Method and a single calculation that can be done visually and plotted to the chart. Once that’s done, you merely follow the flow of the market and adjust your stop accordingly.

8. “Whats the overall percentage of success rate of “The Excalibur Method”?”

Answer: This is a common question, but one that’s not possible to answer accurately as it depends on too many variables (most having to do with the trader himself), but, I can say the following: The market shifting points that will be generated by The Excalibur Method are more accurate than any you’re ever likely to see anywhere else.

I can’t say 80% or 75% or 90% because Excalibur will always detect the shift in price momentum at one of it’s 3 levels of application. But NOTE: It’s impossible for trend to shift without being detected at one of these 3 levels!

For another thing, this is an extremely private process that’s not publicly available and, will not be publicly released into common use in the trading world.

That’s because it’s accurate. Very, very accurate at what it does. So accurate, in fact, that every purchaser must sign a non-disclosure agreement before the course can be shipped.

WHAT REALLY WORKS SELLS FOR A PREMIUM AND STAYS RARE BECAUSE IT CAN BE FOUND IN ONE AND ONLY ONE PLACE.

There are actually 3 levels of momentum accuracy you can choose for yourself with this process. Each of these levels detects a shift in price momentum, the first level detects the earliest shift, the second a stronger shift and the third the most serious of shifts in momentum and price turns.

The 3rd level is the most conservative for longer-term price movement.

For intraday or daily trading time-frames, the 1st and 2nd levels are more appropriate as earlier shifts in momentum can be detected and the intraday markets deal mostly in slight shifts in price trend.

9. “Do I need to use any astronomical/astrological methods to arrive at buy and sell signals?”

Answer: No astronomical methods are needed as these are based on other Gann Principles.

10. What is the Harrison-Gann Trade Secrets Master Course?

Answer: The Harrison-Gann Trade Secrets Course is a 12-module program of completely proprietary discoveries, information and trading techniques.

This course includes many hidden methods re-discovered from WD Gann’s private papers and personal price charts.

I recommend that prospective clients start with The Excalibur Method and, once you’ve mastered the techniques revealed in that course and see them at work in the real time markets and once you’ve sampled the writing style of the author, you can choose to move on to the larger Harrison-Gann Secrets Course of instruction if they wish.

11. Your charts are very interesting and seem to be something completely new to me. With “The Excalibur Method”, can I also note the buying and selling points on today’s Charts? (Like you’ve done on your example Charts)?

Answer: Yes. All the charts shown have used The Excalibur Method to give both buying and selling high probability prices. When time moves price into those areas, you can act accordingly.

12. Can I enter Long or Short trades by using only “The Excalibur Method”?

Answer: The Excalibur Method will give both intermediate and longer-term buying and selling high probability price turns in trend. When time moves price into those areas, you can act accordingly.

13. I have observed that you have circles on some charts for selling points. Can we enter trades at these circled price points? or Do we need to wait for the break out points?

Answer: It would be wiser to look for confirmation of a selling top by lower prices and confirmation of a buying area followed by higher prices, but, one could also sell or buy first when price enters these zones and use stops according to one’s risk parameters to confirm the trade.

14. Can Excalibur Method detect specific entry and exit price points with a stop loss?

Answer: Calculations of selling or buying areas within an Excalibur trends should be backed up by stops as should all trades with or without Excalibur lines.

The momentum changes for the market that consists of an Excalibur intention line can also act as entry and exit price points for the significant trend shifts in a market.

15. Can Excalibur Method help me to find out the big trends in advance? or Do we need to wait for the price to reach certain level to understand the depth of the trend?

Answer: Excalibur is EXCELLENT in locating major trends. where they begin and when they’re ending. When an Excalibur line is crossed, the market has already passed a significant ‘depth’ point change in momentum.

Excalibur line crossings ARE the indicator of a new trend.

16. Can The Excalibur Method help us to detect sideways market?

Answer: IN THIS SENSE: When an Excalibur line is penetrated by price, a significant shift in momentum has occurred. This shift could possibly be a shift to a sideways market instead of a strong directional reversal.

This is most likely if a Primary Excalibur line is broken as this type of line is for high momentum markets like intraday.

If price breaks a Secondary Excalibur line, it is much less likely to go into a sideways market.

The Trinary Excalibur line is the last and most conservative and longest-term momentum line I use. It is my preferred choice of the 3 choices as it almost always leads to the largest price movements and these are not often found in sideways markets.
17. Once we apply the method to find the key resistance points(support points), can we also detect the draw downs to reenter into the trade to follow further trend continuation?

Answer: Yes, in an up trending market you’ll see where prices will likely dip to and can use those as a buying area before prices rebound and continue upwards.

For a down trending market, you’ll detect where prices will rise to and where it would be optimal to sell prior to prices continuing in their downward trend.

18. How is my order processed? What are the steps?

Answer: Once I receive the faxed or e-mailed signed non-disclosure agreement from you and funds, it will take me 1-day to print out your individualized, registered copy and have it bound and mailed. This material is too valuable to mass produce into books, so, each course is produced just for you and registered with your Name on it.

Please also factor in the time difference between your location and business hours at my end for shipping.

My process then, is to inform you of receipt of funds and the non-disclosure documents by e-mail and to e-mail you when the package is shipped along with tracking number documentation and a website to keep track of your package’s progress to your door.

The non-disclosure agreement can be found here and on the Excalibur webpage.

17. With the help of Excalibur Method, can I also predict the market turning points for intraday and long term as you do without any other indicators?

Answer: Yes. Excalibur is one of the processes I use on the www.money-tigers.com site in the examples unless otherwise noted.

18. Do you suggest that I use additional indicators to substantiate the Excalibur Method? If Yes, which indicators do you suggest?

Answer: No, you don’t have to rely on other methods. In fact, other indicators will probably confuse the rather elegant process that is The Excalibur Method.

Also, remember, that when you master The Excalibur Method, you should have most of what you need to succeed trading.

Just look at the opportunities in the NY Spot Gold market recently in the course of a single day:

 

Market Timing Strategy using The Excalibur Method for market timing

Money management, risk control and personal discipline to follow the Rules WITH CONSISTENCY are the most important personal elements of the whole trading process.

Excalibur will provide you with a systematic tool to apply to the markets effectively, but, you will have to master that tool and then use it.

19: I am reading your website with great interest,  having reviewed some of your past calls and I have a couple of questions.

Is it possible to cut one’s risk by refining the prices at which to execute using Excalibur by looking at the lower time frame price action within a higher time frame buy or sell zone? In other words, does using lower time frame data yield smaller point value zones?

Answer: If I read your first question correctly, you’re asking if risk can be reduced by going to shorter-time frames using Excalibur. Yes, risks are reduced by, for example, entering a signal off the 5-minute bar rather than the 30-minute or daily signals.

That is one way to reduce risk.

Price momentum changes will show up first on the shorter-time bars and, later on longer time-frame bars. Distinguishing which of those changes on the shorter-term bars are the most likely to be significant trend shift points is made much, much easier for us by using Excalibur with long-term time periods and waiting for prices to draw close to the price shift points indicated by the Excalibur line.

A longer, more detailed answer follows below which, I hope, will help you understand this process more fully:

Here we go.

Suppose, for example, we’re watching prices in an up trending market. We’ve drawn our Excalibur line for the DAILY bars and, are following those prices as they continue their trend upwards.

Now, let’s imagine, also, that we’ve been Buying and Selling within this uptrend for the last 4 weeks. That is, using Excalibur again, we’ve been Selling at certain price points when price surges higher to new tops.

Imagine also that we’ve been buying again after price retraces back to low areas WITHIN THE UPTREND.

We’re able to do this because Excalibur gives us A POINT OF REFERENCE that can define what’s Expensive and what’s Cheap in a market. And, here’s where your first question comes into play: To continue our imaginary, but normal process and trade . . .

Again, using our DAILY Excalibur line, we notice that prices begin to weaken. Prices start to pull back towards the Excalibur line after failing to make strong tops (which we’ve drawn using Excalibur and have been selling against over the last 4 weeks in this example).

This STRONGLY suggests that the DAILY chart Excalibur line is about to be broken by lower prices. If this DAILY line is broken by lower prices, the new downtrend that this indicates, is likely to continue for DAYS and WEEKS and will then signify a great profit potential trade.

However, as prices start to draw towards this critical turning point in price momentum, one could start to monitor 30-minute and 5-minute bar charts. We’d do this in order to follow the market closer.

We then simply draw an Excalibur price momentum line that’s based on this new time-frame (which will indicate the expected price momentum shift trend turn point at this time level.

The 30-minute & 5-minute Excalibur intention lines will be different than the DAILY line and will trigger earlier in time and price when the turn comes.

All trend changes begin at the smallest time-frame and work upwards as momentum builds towards a larger and larger price move.

The above answer took far longer to write and read than to actually create all 3 of the Excalibur lines (the daily, 30-minute and the 5-minute lines) AND all of the buy/sell price areas for each! Excalibur is a VISUAL way to view the markets on any price chart and, therefore easy to learn, apply and work with.

My reference to the conservative nature of the 3rd line was only relative to determining the importance of the change in price momentum. The first and the second set of lines will already have indicated the turn much earlier and with more profitability potential. Using the 3rd line just helps to lower the likelihood of a market going sideways.

If you’d like, I can send you some graphical examples of using the 3 different time frames to enter a trade and which will show the differences between them.

20. Also, are the buy zone/ sell zone values calculated or graphically determined?

Answer: All lines and high probability selling and buying price points are graphically determined. Excalibur is an easy-to-apply geometrical tool that doesn’t require any mathematical calculations or even a computer. Any printed chart can be used or you can use a computer screen. It’s your choice.

21. As you say (to paraphrase with respect to trade statistics), your mileage may vary, but you also point out that waiting  for the 3rd zone penetration  yields the greatest point  moves. Can you give me an idea of what the typical reward /risk ratios are for trades based on penetration of these price zones?

Answer: There is a concept called a ‘risk line’ that is included within the Excalibur Method.

With the ‘risk’ line, one sets their own risk parameter and uses the Excalibur line as the

base point from which to do it.

When you define the operable price momentum line, there is a very high probability that

price will change direction and continue in that new direction for a profitable period.

I’m not allowed to absolutely guarantee a certain percentage, (YOU NEED TO CLOSELY READ THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRED DISCLAIMER ON THIS AND EVERY PAGE OF THIS SITE), but, my personal opinion based on my thousands of observations is that (especially for the 2nd and 3rd lines) it would be in the area of 90-97% of the time.

The reward/risk is also an estimate relative to the risk per trade one can assume based on money management and portfolio size. This can be estimated in advance based on how price has acted prior to the new trend.

I personally wouldn’t enter any trade that didn’t offer at least a 2:1 reward/risk. Most trading signals that I’ve observed offer higher reward/risk potential than this.

I’ve attached a chart for the Dow for today’s intraday as a random example. SEE ATTACHED CHART for 12/7/10. When you look at the chart, if one were to (hypothetically) be willing to take a 5-10 point risk on the entry short trade, then, with the Excalibur tracking the downward trend that followed, they’d be at 55/10 or 5.5 reward/risk plus on today’s trade before the close.

22. Many Thanks. I guess my next question is how do you trade the levels. Executing inside the box would likely have stopped you out in the overnight trade (I show a low of 1238.75) or do you put a buy stop above the buy area in order to catch the reversal if the area holds so that  you stopped in  if the level  is valid or not filled  if the level breaks?

Answer: Using Excalibur, I don’t consider that momentum has shifted until I get at least 1 completed bar whose entire range is below the Excalibur line. On the day we mentioned, price didn’t continue downward to make a complete bar’s range below the Excalibur line price point.

In my experience, brief price spikes that cross an Excalibur line don’t have much meaning as there is very little ‘momentum’ in such short-term spikes (unless price movement leads to complete bar ranges beyond the line).  PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED CHART.

As prices draw closer to an Excalibur line, the method teaches that your risk for the trade actually diminishes as the reversal in trend momentum price is drawing closer to your entry price. Your risk only goes to the Excalibur line or just beyond (first complete range below).

So, in an uptrend like the one shown in the E-mini, the closer one buys to the line, the lower the risk and the stop can be defined by at least one bar range below the Excalibur line.

In real-time trading, of course, should prices drop dramatically, you wouldn’t be able to wait for the range to complete and, at any rate, one should never exceed the dollar risk that is appropriate for their portfolio.

This risk management effect is one of the main reasons I designed Excalibur this way. If you can define your fixed risk parameter and chart a range that parallels and follows the Excalibur line as you stay with a trend, you’ll always know where you are (risk & profit-wise) in the trade. So, with this approach, you can visually see where to move your stops as the trend proceeds.

If you wanted to take only a $100 risk, for example, you can plot that exact amount graphically and know when to adjust it as price moves your way. You’ll also know exactly at a glance just how far price has to move before you hit break-even and then the profit side. Once you reach break-even, you’ll be participating in the trend at the same rate-of-return as the trend is producing.

And, all visually without needing a computer or calculator.

As time goes along, I’ve gathered some more important questions from readers.

Here’s some more that add more depth to understanding the Excalibur Method . . .

19: I am reading your website with great interest,  having reviewed some of your past calls and I have a couple of questions.

Is it possible to cut one’s risk by refining the prices at which to execute using Excalibur by looking at the lower time frame price action within a higher time frame buy or sell zone?

In other words, does using lower time frame data yield smaller point value zones?

Answer: If I read your first question correctly, you’re asking if risk can be reduced by going to shorter-time frames using Excalibur. Yes, risks are reduced by, for example, entering a signal off the 5-minute bar rather than the 30-minute or daily signals.

That is one way to reduce risk.

Price momentum changes will show up first on the shorter-time bars and, later on longer time-frame bars. Distinguishing which of those changes on the shorter-term bars are the most likely to be significant trend shift points is made much, much easier for us by using Excalibur with long-term time periods and waiting for prices to draw close to the price shift points indicated by the Excalibur line.

A longer, more detailed answer follows below which, I hope, will help you understand this process more fully:

Here we go.

Suppose, for example, we’re watching prices in an up trending market. We’ve drawn our Excalibur line for the DAILY bars and, are following those prices as they continue their trend upwards.

Now, let’s imagine, also, that we’ve been Buying and Selling within this uptrend for the last 4 weeks. That is, using Excalibur again, we’ve been Selling at certain price points when price surges higher to new tops.

Imagine also that we’ve been buying again after price retraces back to low areas WITHIN THE UPTREND.

We’re able to do this because Excalibur gives us A POINT OF REFERENCE that can define what’s Expensive and what’s Cheap in a market. And, here’s where your first question comes into play: To continue our imaginary, but normal process and trade . . .

Again, using our DAILY Excalibur line, we notice that prices begin to weaken. Prices start to pull back towards the Excalibur line after failing to make strong tops (which we’ve drawn using Excalibur and have been selling against over the last 4 weeks in this example).

This STRONGLY suggests that the DAILY chart Excalibur line is about to be broken by lower prices. If this DAILY line is broken by lower prices, the new downtrend that this indicates, is likely to continue for DAYS and WEEKS and will then signify a great profit potential trade.

However, as prices start to draw towards this critical turning point in price momentum, one could start to monitor 30-minute and 5-minute bar charts. We’d do this in order to follow the market closer.

We then simply draw an Excalibur price momentum line that’s based on this new time-frame (which will indicate the expected price momentum shift trend turn point at this time level.

The 30-minute & 5-minute Excalibur intention lines will be different than the DAILY line and will trigger earlier in time and price when the turn comes.

All trend changes begin at the smallest time-frame and work upwards as momentum builds towards a larger and larger price move.

The above answer took far longer to write and read than to actually create all 3 of the Excalibur lines (the daily, 30-minute and the 5-minute lines) AND all of the buy/sell price areas for each!

Excalibur is a VISUAL way to view the markets on any price chart and, therefore easy to learn, apply and work with.

20. Are the buy zone/ sell zone values calculated or graphically determined?

Answer: All lines and high probability selling and buying price points are graphically determined.

Excalibur is an easy-to-apply geometrical tool that doesn’t require any mathematical calculations or even a computer. Any printed chart can be used or you can use a computer screen. It’s your choice.

21. As you say (to paraphrase with respect to trade statistics), your mileage may vary, but you also point out that waiting  for the 3rd zone penetration  yields the greatest point  moves. Can you give me an idea of what the typical reward /risk ratios are for trades based on penetration of these price zones?

Answer: My reference to the conservative nature of the 3rd line was only relative to determining the importance of the change in price momentum. The first and the second set of lines will already have indicated the turn much earlier and with more profitability potential. Using the 3rd line just helps to lower the likelihood of a market going sideways.

If you’d like, I can send you some graphical examples of using the 3 different time frames to enter a trade and which will show the differences between them.

There’s a concept called a ‘risk line’ that is included within the Excalibur Method.

With the ‘risk’ line, one sets their own risk parameter and uses the Excalibur line as the base point from which to do it. When you define the operable price momentum line, there is a very high probability that price will change direction and continue in that new direction for a profitable period.

I can’t, nor am I allowed legally, to absolutely guarantee a certain percentage, (YOU NEED TO CLOSELY READ THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRED DISCLAIMER ON THIS AND EVERY PAGE OF THIS SITE), but, my personal opinion based on my thousands of my personal observations is that (especially for the 2nd and 3rd lines) it would be in the area of 90-97% of the time.

The reward/risk is also an estimate relative to the risk per trade one can assume based on money management and portfolio size. This can be estimated in advance based on how price has acted prior to the new trend.

I personally wouldn’t enter any trade that didn’t offer at least a 2:1 reward/risk. Most trading signals that I’ve observed offer higher reward/risk potential than this.

I’ve attached an intra-day chart for the E-Mini S&P for today’s intraday as a random example. SEE ATTACHED CHART for 12/13/10. [This chart is shown below – George]

When you look at the chart, if one were to (hypothetically) be willing to take a 5-10 point risk on the entry short trade, then, with the Excalibur tracking the downward trend that followed, they’d be at 55/10 or 5.5 reward/risk plus on today’s trade before the close.

22. Many Thanks. I guess my next question is how do you trade the levels. Executing inside the box would likely have stopped you out in the overnight trade (I show a low of 1238.75) or do you put a buy stop above the buy area in order to catch the reversal if the area holds so that  you stopped in  if the level  is valid or not filled  if the level breaks?

Answer: Using Excalibur, I don’t consider that momentum has shifted until I get at least 1 completed bar whose entire range is below the Excalibur line.

On the day we mentioned, price didn’t continue downward to make a complete bar’s range below the Excalibur line price point. In my experience, brief price spikes that cross an Excalibur line don’t have much meaning as there is very little ‘momentum’ in such short-term spikes. Unless price movement lead to complete bar ranges beyond the line).  PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED CHART. [This chart is shown below – George]

 

Excalibur Sample chart

As prices draw closer to an Excalibur line, the method teaches that your risk for the trade actually diminishes as the reversal in trend momentum price is drawing closer to your entry price. Your risk only goes to the Excalibur line or just beyond (first complete range below).

So, in an uptrend like the one shown in the E-mini, the closer one buys to the line, the lower the risk and the stop can be defined by at least one bar range below the Excalibur line.

In real-time trading, of course, should prices drop dramatically, you wouldn’t be able to wait for the range to complete and, at any rate, one should never exceed the dollar risk that is appropriate for their portfolio.

This risk management effect is one of the main reasons I designed Excalibur this way. If you can define your fixed risk parameter and chart a range that parallels and follows the Excalibur line as you stay with a trend, you’ll always know where you are (risk & profit-wise) in the trade.

So, with this approach, you can visually see where to move your stops as the trend proceeds.

If you wanted to take only a $100 risk, for example, you can plot that exact amount graphically and know when to adjust it as price moves your way. You’ll also know exactly at a glance just how far price has to move before you hit break-even and then the profit side. Once you reach break-even, you’ll be participating in the trend at the same rate-of-return as the trend is producing.

And, all this is done visually without needing a calculator.

Hope that helps some, – George

Here’s some more examples in other markets:


FINAL COMMENT FROM THE ABOVE QUESTIONER:

“I appreciate your patience. Excalibur yielded very close, narrow price zones for the days trade in advance.

It has everything one would need for successful trading, as I see it: a definition of trend direction, where to get in, where to get out with a loss, and where to get out with a profit.

The last, how much to bet, can only be known when I see my own stats trading it.”  D.S.

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More Questions & Answers . . .

TO SUMMARIZE HOW EXCALIBUR WORKS:

Step 1: Using the Excalibur Method, you will determine and draw a special line for your chart. This line indicates the prevailing, underlying momentum of the market or the intentions of the major players in that market.

You can choose one of 3 types of Excalibur lines (Primary, Secondary or Trinary) depending on whether you’re looking at intra-day or fast moving price changes or longer-term, usually slower moving daily, weekly or monthly trends.

Step 2: Using information that is embedded within the Excalibur line, you’ll then be able to determine (and mark on your chart) where the best and most probable buying and selling price points are going to occur within the trend that is now underway.

You’ll even know where the rarer blow-off extreme market prices will probably reach their extremes.

These will be mathematically chosen price areas based on the market’s actions and structure, not guesses.

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There you have it. Important questions asked by people just like yourself.

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