Earnings are here, and there’s an unusual phenomenon occurring. You’ll discover exactly what that is in Guy Cohen’s video today. A few weeks ago, Guy mentioned hesitation about the nature of this earnings cycle, and so far he’s been proven right. Take a look into this trading anomaly.
A Guide into Trading Like Guy Cohen
If you’ve been around Guy for any length of time, you’ll notice that sometimes he’s super confident. And sometimes he’s more cautious.
And in this earnings cycle, caution has been key right from the start, even though Guy always has high expectations. And while the markets have trundled up during the first half of this earnings cycle, there is an unusual phenomenon that makes Guy a lot more cautious. As you spend more time with Guy, you’ll also pick up on these things and discover your instincts for the markets improve.
That’s also because you’ll start looking at very distinctive behaviour that is a direct indication of supply and demand in the markets at the leveraged level of activity … i.e where the serious risk-takers are operating …. Watch Today’s OVI Market Review – Unusual Behaviour Means Something Will Have to Give Take Here…
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