Why is the Stock Market Always Right?
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When I break things down, I usually like to look at things in terms of what is being said, what does it mean, and what does it mean to me. I heard that the market was always right in my early years of training but I never understood what the premise behind the phrase really meant.
It wasn’t until a lot later that I really understood this concept and the true meaning behind it. Let’s take for example any chart that you pick, the market is coming together as a living breathing thing, and every tick that you see out there is an agreement on price that has happened. It has occurred.
Any trader or speculator can tell you that the values are a little bit high or the evaluation is a little bit low. Sometimes you will hear the term “It’s overbought or oversold”. And you will hear people talk about their evaluations, they will talk price targets and where they believe the price will go for a specific stock or Dow Jones average or the S&P 500.
Now normally these prices or targets are not always hit. They are subjective and they are based on analysts and what they think. But it is not always a true indicator of exactly what is happening in the market. The market itself is determined based on exactly prices that have occurred and bought and sell orders that have been filled. It is actual real time occurrences on agreement of prices.
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