Everything can be seen in price action.
Yes, start your own thread.
Good..I thank you!
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Absolutely, Josi, that's what it is. I give a sh* about fundamentals, technical or even sentiment analysis. When the price goes up you go long and vice versa. One just needs to know when such high possibility trade occurs.
I like the structured Fib-display - wonder, where you got that from?
Weekly COT Report. https://www.cftc.gov/dea/futures/deacmelf.htm
It's FourXXXX's ZZ FIBO Plus Extensions V2. You can turn off lines and leave only numbers.