Sergeant Meowenstein
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Sergeant Meowenstein commented on Sergeant Meowenstein's blog post How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.
"Thanks dao, I haven't seen consistent analyst behavior in relation to price action.  It just thems that after a big fall their all bearish and after a big spike they're all bullish.  It's not the same as retail position…"
Apr 20
Daologic commented on Sergeant Meowenstein's blog post How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.
"Haha, Srg, it was a real delight to read your article. I hope you will write more. I like to read this analysis everyday in order to see what writing and marketing tactics employ this analysts, some of them are not even aware of this tactics, most…"
Apr 20
Sergeant Meowenstein commented on Sergeant Meowenstein's blog post How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.
"hahaaa hope you enjoyed my sorry attempt at satire.  Well Marius of course there's a difference between someone who's hired to do research for you and someone who wants to sell their herding skills to as many sheep as possible."
Apr 20
Sergeant Meowenstein's blog post was featured

How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.

            The most important thing a market analyst needs to do is to ensure that they do not stand out from the crowd.  The sheep will read thousands of articles written by analysts and will often only remember the ones whose analyses were correct.  If you write in a way that stands out from the crowd the sheep will remember you even when you’re wrong.  The more they remember your failed analysis the quicker your sheep numbers will diminish along with your herding career.           …See More
Apr 19
Marius Ghisea commented on Sergeant Meowenstein's blog post How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.
"Good article Sergeant. btw i have and i continue to hire analyst against crowd. If you thinking against crowd means you are special in your job. Crowd always make mistakes"
Apr 19
K.M. Mamunur Rashid commented on Sergeant Meowenstein's blog post How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.
"humorous.......... "
Apr 19
Daologic commented on Sergeant Meowenstein's blog post How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.
"Haha, briliant!"
Apr 19
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How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.

            The most important thing a market analyst needs to do is to ensure that they do not stand out from the crowd.  The sheep will read thousands of articles written by analysts and will often only remember the ones whose analyses were correct.  If you write in a way that stands out from the crowd the sheep will remember you even when you’re wrong.  The more they remember your failed analysis the quicker your sheep numbers will diminish along with your herding career.           …See More
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"Do you think Canada could take him early? Before the US gov. debt gets into the quadrillions?"
Nov 16, 2014
Sergeant Meowenstein commented on Oasis's blog post Will you buy this pair?
"For anyone who is unaware, the SNB (Swiss Nation Bank) put a floor on EUR/CHF at 1.2000 by selling the swiss franc.  They have continually insisted that they will maintain this floor.  Considering that it has barely bounced from this level…"
Nov 10, 2014
Sergeant Meowenstein commented on Oasis's blog post Will you buy this pair?
"Nope. To be honest though I instantly knew which pair it was. I can recognize that floor from a mile away"
Nov 8, 2014
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Aug 24, 2014
Sergeant Meowenstein commented on Marius Ghisea's blog post MY FX Open Position
"Well Well Mr. Ghisea.   Of course I have been probably one of your biggest skeptics.  If you are able to close all your EU positions in profit then I will have learnt a huge lesson about the market from your trades and the sentiment…"
Aug 21, 2014

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About Myself
Trade for a living. Learning to fly. Love to watch things burn to the ground
Trading style
Flow with it, and let it burn.
Current Broker
FXCM/TDameritrade

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How to be a Market Analyst and Get Away With It.

Posted on April 19, 2015 at 3:11am 6 Comments

            The most important thing a market analyst needs to do is to ensure that they do not stand out from the crowd.  The sheep will read thousands of articles written by analysts and will often only remember the ones whose analyses were correct.  If you write in a way that stands out from the crowd the sheep will remember you even when you’re wrong.  The more they remember your failed analysis the quicker your sheep numbers will diminish along with your herding…

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Trading. The Never Ending Paradigm of Paradigms and Contradictions

Posted on June 28, 2014 at 3:16am 1 Comment

Here are some random thoughts from your's truly.

As trader's were told we must always continue to learn.   However, if we're happy with our trading performance why should we continue to learn about more tools or methods?  Wouldn't more info just over complicate things?

People always say that the small time-frame charts are random.  This one rustles my jimmies the most.  On the daily and above charts, you're dealing with Central bank actions,  Wars, Terrorist…

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Pivot Addict Trading EU 5/12/2014

Posted on May 11, 2014 at 6:25pm 0 Comments

Finally we have some life in EU.  On the daily it was stopped near 1.40 which was near the top of a wedgie pattern.  Its also broken below an uptrend line which had been running since June of 2013 and has broken back below a broken downtrend line which became support from April 30th to May8th.

On the weekly Eu is still trading above a broken wedgie pattern with the broken downtrend line and the still intact uptrend line likely to become support.  Candlestick wise It looks very toppy.…

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Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 7:20am on April 8, 2014, Shazia said…

hiiiiiiiii TBear :)  are u my friend Always ?? I hope so :)

At 7:22am on April 8, 2014, Shazia said…

I should also comment on ur trades ... i heard they alllll go well ... which is fabulous ... i would like to add a big GL !!! anyway 

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