The highest level of scope operations

New YorkAnd the November 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Here’s a report from Globalnewsonline:

In the stock market, the stock price trend is generally in the form of fluctuating bands, which are variable. This means that price fluctuations are like waves with “up and down”. Jiang Mingcheng is known as the “wave scale prophet” in the market, which makes perfect use of capital movement studies and unique operational strategies.

In wave theory, an up wave group consists of three up waves and two balanced down waves. The top of each rising wave is raised one by one, and the bottom of each adjustment wave is also raised one by one. Therefore, the average price level is always rising.

Imagine that in a set of bullish wave processes, you buy low from the beginning of wave 1, then hold as the price rises all the way to the high point at the top of wave 5 to sell. Assuming that the relatively low and high levels of this group of bulls can be accurately judged, this single group eats the entire big band. Another method of operation is to divide this group of up waves and also assume that the relatively low and high levels of the lower level can be judged by technical means. This set of bullish waves can be broken down into three small ranges to do.

Mr. Jiang says that the first method can be called “big band eating” and the second method is “differentiated band”. The advantage of the former method: It is easier to capture the large range market and avoid entering the short market by paying less attention to the trend. The disadvantage of the previous method: it may be necessary to endure a longer market adjustment period and at the same time bear a large floating profit loss at a high level. The advantage of the latter method: It is only possible to take profits quickly in a major bull market, which saves you from suffering a rebound. The drawback of the latter: spending more energy on the trend may split a large range and miss part of the profit.

Mr. Jiang also says that the trend level is relative; The trend that “eat big band” is running is also within a larger level of trend. The “big range” mentioned here is a relatively suitable trend level for medium and long-term operations, which generally indicates a bull market that can last for weeks or months. A “differentiated” band is lower than a “large” one, and generally indicates an uptrend that lasts for several days or weeks.

Mr. Jiang describes some points to pay attention to in the banding process:

1. Choose a suitable trading goal

Mr. Jiang suggests stocks with relatively stable and promising historical market trends and moderate trading volume. It should be noted that some stocks will be difficult to carry out scale operations. If you don’t want to spend energy on stock selection, you can run ETF index funds directly, and the markets above the average level will not be missed.

2. Subject to the trading signal sent by the K-line

Everything depends on the price, and the signals are triggered by the price. Mr. Jiang says that guessing the target location is a personal matter. In the long run, it is easy to miss the big market, or to make a whole wave of the market scattered, so that profits will be reduced.

3. Keep it simple

Commonly used technical analyzes include K-chart, K-line pattern, moving average, MACD indicator, support and resistance level, volume, etc. as clearly as possible.

4. Make reasonable use of the stop loss

Mr. Jiang particularly emphasized the reasonable use of Stop Loss. An unreasonable stop loss will only lead to more damage. Specific stop-loss methods will be mentioned later.

5. Firmly implement controls and strictly adhere to them

Investors must ground their methods in a well-defined and consistent trading system to be a regular trader. Mr. Jiang believes that once the system is in place, it will be easier to revise or implement. Trading is like fighting, and discipline must be emphasized.

6. Be patient

Learn to take a break in a market where the major trend is down, and learn to take a stand in a market where the major trend is up. As the saying goes, patience is a virtue. In the market patience is money. When others are busy rushing in and out, they’re creating opportunities for your next move.

Mr. Jiang believes that the highest level of range operation should be able to eat the specific level of the market middle. Each range operation corresponds to a bull market wave level. Range operation does not capture 100% of the market, because range operation signals buy when the market starts, and sell after the market ends. Operating points are located in the head and nether region, taking about 70% of the market is a successful operation for the band.

If you can combine some techniques and other experiences to make a comprehensive judgment, you may eat more of the market, but never try to eat 100% of the market; Mr. Jiang warns, “Leave the head and tail with more fish bones to others, and really understand the situation.” The K line is still alive, so investors should try to follow its “trend” from a historical perspective. “Life is never noisy”, and ingenuity is the automatic flow of the excellent brand process.

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