When Obvious Expectations Are Wrong

 

There is market opportunity available when "obvious" expectations turn out to be WRONG.

You've no doubt experienced this. Those times when the market provides almost certain evidence that it IS going somewhere… but then it doesn't.

I can promise you – if you sense these "obvious" expectations then you're not the only one. Others will sense it too.

And the stronger the feeling, the better. Because more people will act on it.

And then when it fails… there's your opportunity.

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

<image: Opportunity exists at the times and places where obvious expectations are wrong.>

Opportunity exists at the places where a lot of people get it WRONG.

So when you sense a sudden shift in the market sentiment… that surely must lead to obvious movement (through a key level or in a new direction), take a pause for a second.

Maybe it will follow through with these obvious expectations. Project ahead and plan how you will react.

But also – keep in the mind the fact that obvious expectations also fail.

And that can provide exceptional opportunity.

Project that forward as well. Visualise where and how that might provide opportunity. And focus. Hopefully you will be ready to act, a little quicker than I was with this one.

Happy trading,

Lance Beggs

 


 

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