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Published on 2019-02-11 08:20:00 Share it web version
                                    The so-called bookmaker and its admission signal

The first thing to be clear is that with the continuous strengthening of securities supervision, the market manipulation has been severely cracked. The so-called bookmakers with simple and rudeness have been very few, so now the market trend is more the result of the joint efforts of market participants.

That is to say, if there is a "banker" in the market, it is a conspiracy that some large funds have no agreement to exchange. Here, the bookmaker referred to here refers to the banker defined above, not the "banker" in the traditional sense. (The reason why we don't talk about the traditional bookmakers is that they can adjust at any time because they control the vast majority of the chips in the market. The daily closing can calculate the outside chips according to their own chips, and adjust the operation mode. Regularity).

In order to avoid the crackdown of laws and regulations, there is very little contact between big funds, let alone an agreement on offensive and defensive alliances. However, if they kill each other, their interests will be harmed. Therefore, in the course of the transaction, their operation is to have a trading language that they can understand. For example, every holiday or even close every day, the stock number of some stocks is composed of special numbers, this is the single person talking, telling the peers "I am here, you can do it."

Of course, this kind of order is very low-level, as long as the securities regulators pay attention to it, they can give a precise blow (but arrogant and arrogant). The clever trader will not do this. After all, everyone is trying to make money, not to show off. The clever operator is using a complex trading language to imply a tacit agreement.

There are different trading languages ​​at different stages. Specific to the trading language of the admission, there are mainly three situations that indicate that the “banker” is entering the market.

First, after a long-term decline, the price fluctuates around a trading range. When the price moves at the bottom of the trading range, the trading volume is enlarged, and the resistance price continues to fall. When the price is at the top of the trading range, even during the trend toward the top movement, the trading volume Risingly, trading volume becomes scarce, buying incentives are lacking, or once the price breaks through the top, there will be a lot of selling, which will suppress the stock price. This is generally a signal for the banker's admission. The stock price is suppressed to collect chips better. The bottom price is because the price is already low. If there is a lower price, there will be more competitors entering the market or the low chip holder will choose not. Sell.

And the price range is formed relative to the price after a long-term decline, and the relevant price movement is indicative. After a long-term decline, it rose again

After a certain range of trading intervals, the relevant price needs to be more indicative!

However, this is the signal for the dealer to enter, but it is not the time for others to enter! Because the dealer can always go through the shock to catch the chip holders, especially the retail players!

Second, after a long-term shock, the stock price suddenly fell sharply, and the trading volume also sharply increased, and it rebounded to a position near the initial drop of the stock price in a short period of time. This is an obvious shock position. It is an opportunity to enter the market. However, it is not the best time, but it can be opened in small quantities. However, the stop loss should be done well.

Third, after a long-term shock, the stock price broke through the top of the trading range, accompanied by a huge volume. When the price falls, the trading volume continues to decrease, and the price of the purchase is rising when the price is slightly bought. This indicates that the dealer has finished collecting chips and is going to rise!

In a nutshell, the above three points are the signals of the banker's admission, but the meaning is different. The first point is the initial intervention of the dealer, the stage of collecting chips, and the second point is the banker's shock, detecting whether there are still positions sold, testing and selling The third point is that the dealer will test whether there is a new selling. If the selling power can absorb, it will choose to rise. Generally this is the final test!

Published on 2019-02-11 14:01:14
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