Mastering Sideways Markets
BECAUSE . . .
. . . 85% of the Time, Price Movements are 'Trend-less', Not Directional!
This is a fact that's mostly overlooked by the masses of traders in the markets today. Why is it important?
Why is this important? Because . . .
The 'Rules for Success' in a Sideways Market are Completely Different from Those of Trending Markets!
The nature or Rules for Success in a range-bound market are opposite to the rules for successfully trading a strongly trending market (up or down). So, the odds of success by taking a position trade, long or short, are unlikely to work out (only 15% odds in favor).
Sideways Markets Have Different Rules For Success Than Position Trades!
In a Sideways Market, the Top of a price range in a 'range-bound' market is where professionals & institutions SELL, while, 'Trend-seeking' investors mistake High prices as places to BUY. Just the opposite and worst actions to take when a market is 'trend-less'.
In a Sideways Market, the Bottom of a price range in a 'range-bound' market is where professionals & institutions BUY, while, 'Trend-seeking' investors mistake Low prices as places to SELL. Just the opposite and worst actions to take when a market is 'trend-less'.
In short, the probabilities for an outright trending market are only 15% of the time at best. And, the very fact that a trending market has the opposite 'Rules for Success' from those of a Sideways Market, give us two great obstacles to overcome if we wish to successfully trade.
Excalibur II to the Rescue!
Excalibur II was created to swing the odds back in your favor when dealing with Sideways Markets by:
- Identifying a sideways market from a trending one.
- Calculating the upper & lower price limits to a sideways market.
- Protecting oneself from being 'suckered' into buying tops & selling bottoms (in short, keeping you from treating a sideways market like a trending one).
- Showing you how to act like a floor trader working the highs and lows of the range and squeezing out profits where others are only losing.
- Distinguishing a trending market from a sideways one.
Once, only available in our our Harrison-Gann Master Course, Excalibur II is now available as a separate course technique.
There are Two Types of Market Movements. Do You Know How to Trade Them Both?
Almost everyone gets this wrong, by attempting to profit from dramatic trends, so, don't feel foolish. It turns out that you really need to know how to trade BOTH types of market movements; Sideways AND Trending Markets. Isn't it time you learned about the Sideways Markets, where the odds are 85% in your favor when you use the correct trading rules?
Isn't it time you learned about the Sideways Markets, where the odds are 85% in your favor when you use the correct trading rules?
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'Excalibur II': Mastering Sideways Markets