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A Wall Street Craps Definition: Stock Market Timing

November 17th, 2011


stock market timing:

1. the process of selecting the best moments to enter and leave a person’s positions in the stock market.
2. the attempt to buy investments when they are about to increase in value and, conversely, to sell investments before they decrease in value.
3. one of the most critical decisions that a player must consistently do well in order to play Wall Street Craps for fast money with less risk.

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“Markets top not because of smart sellers it’s just an absence of buying. And conversely at markets bottom, markets bottom not because of smart buyers it’s an absence of selling. So that’s our whole thesis and that’s our approach to analysis.”

Tom DeMark Interview 1-20-2012 on Bloomberg TV’s “Street Smart”

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