Simple Swing Trading Strategy Using Large Players and Pocket Pivots

Are you ready for a simple swing trading strategy that uses large player volume and pocket pivots?

The idea is to screen for pocket pivots and effective volume studies that show large players accumulating. You look for a positive divergence between large player volume and price and make sure the Twiggs Money Flow confirms the positive divergence on the large player volume. I would not enter a swing long position if the Twiggs Money Flow doesn’t confirm the signal.
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When Will the Stock Market Crash?

When I expressed caution to a trader last week and that the market exists to ruin the greatest number of amateur traders at any given time, the trader replied I don’t believe that. Another trader I expressed caution to about this market told me I have to just ride the wave higher.

Folks, your goal should be to “anticipate,” not “react.” If your big plan at getting rich from trading is to just “ride the wave higher,” you are in for some serious disappointment. Trading is harder than that. Riding the wave higher is a trading strategy of buy high and sell even higher. In other words, you are always chasing. Chasing as a strategy is ok until it’s not.

The wise Djellala trader has this to say about when will the stock market crash.

You will hear some people online always talk about how the stock market will crash. They don’t know. They just say the words that the stock market will crash. If the crash happens after a few days or one month or two they will say oh, didn’t I tell you the market was going to crash? If the market is still going up and up and up and up those people will change their mind and they begin to speak about the market is going up, so it means they don’t know people because no one knows if the market will crash.

I love listening to Djellala. He’s a funny, no-nonsense guy.

Sofi AI Market Sentiment Gauge

Sofi AI Market Sentiment Gauge

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