DislikedHmm. Sometimes I imply more than I mean.
And no, I wouldn't want to say something like that, unless I found a decently-done scientific study that connected a price chart with how the majority of its traders felt about the news or whatever, with maybe inclusion of losing traders and some measure of their behavior at the time.
One thing I do know, that's way over my head.
The idea of frustration discussed earlier in the thread, that one still seems alright from personal experience. And the other emotion stuff, the pictures exchange, got...Ignored
You are right. You did say range...and other technicals would be necessary.
I've heard some say that they can see the panic (fear) in the chart when matched with a news event. That I think is understandable: a candle with a long shadow for example. Would make trading easier if the market would give a heads-up message, preferable audibly, when it was getting ready to go into some emotional mode: greed, fear, hope, revenge etc. Increased volatility is sometimes a sign of an emotional market. A good tell, from my observation, occurs when the market does something "suddenly" to run some stops then take off in the opposite direction. I think it is in the market's interest to get us traders emotionally involved so it can have a better chance at controlling its desired outcomes.
...the pictures exchange, got some useful stuff also. Pictures exchange?
Thanks again for being a part of the mind-stretching process.