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Thought for the Day: The best trades I’ve heard of involve some big asymmetry in the order flow or supply/demand imbalance.

(Last Updated On: May 14, 2014)

From the NYC Contact so thanks for sending

Thought for the Day: The best trades I’ve heard of involve some big asymmetry in the order flow or supply/demand imbalance. Some deep understanding of market psychology and structure was employed in all cases: Examples: George Soros- Shorting the pound. Espen Haug – Buying so many ‘undervalue’ currency options that it artificially stimulated demand. The banks that he was buying the options from had to buy some of them from other banks (I guess they didn’t want to write/be short too many options because of the hedging costs.) Paul Tudor Jones – ” I can always out trade a computer because the computer never understands trading psychology.”

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