[quote=“MrDE, post:21, topic:134947”]good one. me likey. continue
edit: somebody complained this post is offtopic.[/quote]
would love to, but unfortunately it’s difficult these days due to political correctness & the emergence of those little darling snowflakes…they’re mushrooming everywhere, even in wild west saloons such as this.
they don’t like it when others don’t march to the same step, regardless the fact broker stats & data overwhelmingly reveal those steps (tools) to be consistently inefficient & well……flaky, but such is life.
if they didn’t but know it, the flakes are actually doing the brokers a huge favour by continuing to endorse most of the rubbish & the firms are quite ambivalent…it’s always fun to tug a few ears every so often though.
ever thought about why most of the free broker in-house training blocks offered to punters over recent years focus so intently on conventional technical analysis, mirroring the exact same diet served up to the masses in these joints?
they could actually strip & peel most of that garbage away & zone in on just 2 or 3 pertinent areas (totally indicator free) that would offer much more value & produce better results, but the majority of the numpties who sign up for accounts & inhabit trading forums would ignore it & clamour to digest the kind of shyte peddled in these places.
this experiment has been undertaken a few times before by one major player, inclusive of feedback.
it truly beggars belief, but isn’t at all surprising if you have an appreciation & understanding of mass participation psychology.