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  1. "Many troops were killed or wounded the moment they stepped out of the front lines into No Man's Land." – source: https://www.firstworldwar.com/battles/somme.htm

    I'm growing every day that I watch your webinars. I went to bed last night still wondering how your WW1 analogy of equilibrium 1:01:25 applies to FOREX. Yesterday, I could only think of the 200 EMA, but when I woke up this morning – I realized that bears and bulls 'keep each other happy' with pivot points! The professional's job is to "shell" at the right time and at the right place, from the 'agreed upon distance'. Professionals on Wall Street, in Chicago, London, etc got tired of getting destroyed, I guess — tired of the lose-lose.

    The professional retail trader (like me) could be seen as joining the rest of the veteran troops in the trenches as a 'new recruit' – a 'replacement', to borrow the slang term from WW2 Europe. But back to Somme, if we don't join in on the scheduled shelling times and locations – we retail traders get "bombarded 10 times over". I've seen the film on Nash. I've heard you speak about game theory. I've often wanted to ask you why there are swings. I understood, greed, fear, and overbought-oversold. But it all still never made sense to me… until this morning. Five percent of bears and bulls are manning the guns in an 'unwritten' co-conspiracy to work together for their mutual benefit, to NOT get shelled in their own trenches or shot "between the trenches". All 'troops' running around in the 'neutral zone' get blasted – the "pigs get slaughtered", as you say.

    What is "the favorable (optimum) market condition"? — Time and Place: An example of timed shelling is the first of the week or first of the month. Tuesday might be too late or sometimes too early. Place? Which pair, which market, , and at what price? This is deep stuff. What happens in London just before lunch or tea? etc.

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