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How To Read Your Charts Objectively

By Lawrence  

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Part of Art of Chart Reading

All the Key Things To Remember I listed in the Introduction is about one thing – reading your charts objectively. By detaching your emotions from reading your charts, many problematic issues related to chart reading can be avoided. Yet, it is very difficult to hammer to concept into the head of newcomers and many veteran traders.

I am going to explain the importance of this concept here. By making it easier to understand, I hope to turn this concept into a habit of yours. It is not just a good habit. It is necessary to make chart reading works.

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