BTW: Doing so is not that complicated or difficult and the results I expect will astound. Think about it guys.
I think what you have said is essentially brilliant in its truthfulness. I have been away basically because I was developing a chaos and fractal geometry based EA. I have now returned and thinking what is the best format for sustaining this thread. Once I have worked that I hope you will continue to participate with your incredible insights here - a few lines you wrote but unless those who think like you few will appreciate how profound and powerful your insights are really. I have a whole lot of materials that broaden those few lines of yours into an entirely different (from "fundamentals" and "technicals") way of looking at the market and profiting by that perspective. Lets see if I can find a way that communicates same here to make enough meaning in a site that is frequented mainly by highly intelligent and experienced traders. Cheers
Was away in an attempt to automate the trading system based on my understanding chaos theory and fractal geometry. The thread of course went cold and now I am thinking how best to not just revive interest but to get people to directly benefit in trading by the exchanges we have here on this thread. Have not yet worked it out but I am working on it. Cheers
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To give some context, how do I know the state of the system (market) when I sit at my console to trade? Like everyone else, by observation. But my understanding and therefore reaction to the market I am watching, is guided by the sense in which I read the market. For instance, I observed a while back that price had been making fast transitions from "lows" in range to higher "highs" in range with frequency. In other words, the system (market) had been marking that behavior at an increasing rate of increase. That brought to mind the phenomenon of topological mixing associated with chaotic variables. Because the chaotic variable (price) was exhibiting the behavior described at the time, we can assume the constancy of explosive intermittency at its lowest possible resolution (with a northerly bias). This is like saying, price is set up (in microstructure) as would an active volcano engaged in serial eruptions, each more intense than the one prior. Of course that made clear to me not to take dips for granted in Gold and to enter fast and with the assurance that because of the noted behaviour of the system, the system (market) supported such trading (and for good range too). That is what I have been doing since, AND WHY.