El origen del Motor – Metáfora de los Mercados Financieros

The Origin of the Engine – Metaphor of Financial Markets

Si lo que quieres son naranjas no puedes abrir la puerta de tu casa tender la mano y obtenerlas, bueno en realidad si, pero supongamos que queremos naranjas libres de pesticidas y además que cuando tendamos la mano no sea para soltar pasta. Supongamos pues, que lo que queremos son naranjas ecológicas de la huerta, así como en el Trading queremos entradas libres de teorías mágicas o previsiones realizadas sobre la alineación de planetas teledirigidos por Donald Trump, por tanto al igual que para recoger naranjas debo llegar hasta el origen, es decir, voy hasta el saber si el hombre que me vendió las tierras las ha abonado con puro excremento de vaca o no, en el Trading tengo que saber dónde estoy metido y saber también de donde nacen los buenos traders.

Entonces primero tu quieres saber dónde estás metido… Verás, el libre mercado donde tú quieres operar no lo hemos creado nosotros las masas… no, no, no…El libre mercado lo han creado hace 300 años una seria de personas  las cuales se hacen llamar “Especialistas” pero, ¿y las masas? ¿quienes están dentro de las masas? estamos los trabajadores, los políticos y los bancos,  estos dos últimos fueron honrados al principio, pero con la llegada de los especialistas digamos que se han vuelto ciertamente traidores a los trabajadores.

Well, you see, the masses, the workers have human capital and they want … what do they want? Well, what we all want, money … that specialists have everything, everything, everything and want more. This is how it works, so the specialists to distribute this human capital do it through the free market and with the help of politicians and banks, where do the workers stay? Well, nothing waiting and where are we? Well, we are within the workers, less than 1%.

We are intruders within this free market and worst of all is that no one, no one, no one, until now can teach us how to take advantage of it , we can simply interpret the price.

To explain where good trades start and where they end, I think the best way is to make a simile with an internal combustion engine , when the engine is started the expansion process begins with a lot of pressure, with a lot of out, with little volume . The same thing happens in our charts, the powerful movements of strong expansion, start with great force and few rises in it, watch out for a few I mean a couple of powerful specialists and some other with knowledge of this. From this start the price will lose strength and the small traders will get on the bandwagon and the big ones will go out and collect the positions.

The expansion movement ends with little pressure and with little force and with a lot of volume, many small traders inside … and watch out now, it is when the admission and compression process enters, putting more small traders where the pressure increases, until combustion enters, where the specialists come in again they take out all the little ones and they are left alone, where the cycle begins again.

So maybe the next time you decide to enter a trade , after an expansion, think that these guys , the specialists, have made all the money here , everything that comes after is collection, then perhaps, what interests you is to return to enter with them.

I hope you liked the video and see you on a future occasion, bye!

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