Loosely defined it’s anything that gives you a higher probability of winning than losing on your trades. Sometimes it’s referred to as a “positive expectancy system.” That’s a mouthful – so I prefer edge.
“President Joe Biden’s big speech yesterday wasn’t the one that mattered.”
“For traders, the real Head of State is Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.”
“I’m getting whiplash from following expectations about the Chinese market.”
“As we discussed yesterday, there was massive optimism about China’s reopening, with foreign investment pouring into the country at levels seen not since before the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“Yet relations between the United States and the People’s Republic of China are in a tailspin.”
“The best situation for consumers would be a price war between Google, Microsoft, Baidu, and others.”
“Elon Musk is breathing a sigh of relief after a jury took just a couple hours to acquit the TecnoKing on charges of securities fraud. The jury found that Musk did not mislead investors when he tweeted in 2018 about taking Tesla private for a $420 per share price.”
Retail traders don’t create market waves, but we can ride those created by institutional traders. We just have to have a proven system based on statistical probability.
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