Dislikedwhen I was a rookie, I started learning with huge hopes, but as the years went by and the more I learned about forex trading, the pink mist began to clear up. the point is to pick up the market as if it were random. and that is the right way. the technical analysis assumes that the market is not made up of random movements, I would rather say that the market is not always random. the traditional technical analysis will not work, but you have certainly already figured this out. there are contexts in the market that can be traded profitably,...Ignored
Are my randomized charts here comparable to real markets? To what degree markets are random? 100%? 90%?
If markets are mostly random, can we profit from trading them?
And if markets are profitable (in theory), how can we successfully detect windows of times where they aren't totally random?
But wait, there's more. Out of the four chart shown here, I know for certain that 3 are totally random and one contains an implicit bias (it is still random, but an underlying statistical trend up or down is applied). Which one isn't 100% random?