“Curly: ‘You know what the secret of life is?’
Mitch: ‘No, what?’
Curly: ‘One thing. Just one thing.’
Mitch: ‘That’s great, but what’s the one thing?’
Curly: ‘That’s what you’ve got to figure out.’”
Thus far, we have reviewed the fundamentals of volume analysis, mastered the art of chart reading, uncovered the old and discovered some new volume and breadth indicators, and learned the principles of risk and money management. After spending the time to learn, it is only natural to want to put these concepts into quick practice. Yet learning technical analysis is a bit like learning martial arts. When someone first begins to learn martial arts, she is actually more vulnerable ...