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Indicant ETF Option Stalking Tour Page 1

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Option stalking rule #1: Do not waste your time watching the intraday price swings of the ETF or its related options. Intraday price movements, and occasionally intra-weekly price movements, are mostly random without fundamental merit. Option stalking is anticipating a price movement in your favor by virtue of a nonsensical contrarian movement to the underlying direction. Stalk the price of the ETF and the option(s) of your choice. Then pounce on it, much like the carnivores in the wild, when the Indicant signals buy.

Chasing intraday snaky price movements is a waste of your time. It invigorates undue emotion, leading to the irrational behavior of a loser.

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