aliassmith wrote: Libertarian wrote:
Hi Lem, I was wondering if you would have a recommendation for learning the Sup/Dem zones? Its something I have avoided until this point and has been folly. Sam Seiden? He has them on FX street, but thats 800 bucks for a yearly subscription
, which would sting a bit, but I want to get it. Just wondering if there was a good source cheaper. Withnail on this site as a master, but he took all his stuff down.
$800 for some supply/demand information
I'm fairly sure it can be found on kreslik for free.
Maybe I should start a training class for $800 a year. It might be worth it if I had 1000 students.
The thing that really gets me is , why a yearly subscription? Like a person would stick around & continue to learn supply/demand year in and out.
How long would it realistically take to teach supply/demand? (rhetorical)
The greatest weakness a trader has is to continuously look for external influence, to overcome internal failures.
I picked up the following from Mo, who was once told:
"No one knows what you think they know; there is no hidden knowledge, only truth.
They divined the answer from the chart and so can you"
Worth noting again.
Interdependence is superior to independence which is greater than dependence - NH.