Did you know that candles on the chart are just a visual representation of something that the computer has calculated?
And on top of that, these are even relative representations, so you will only see big candles if they are bigger than the last one and in fact the same candle might look much smaller when you are in volatile times.
Actually you will never know if what you see with your own eyes is something that could be a misrepresentation on your chart.
We all have seen those entry signals and even on the next day we have not been able to find what actually cost us to open a trade the night before.
That is, because we never know if what we see is actually something that might not look totally different in a different context.
Please let me explain what I mean .
If you see something on your chart, it is just a little piece of only available data.
That is like looking through a small keyhole .
You might be able to tell if there is somebody behind the door or if the lights are on.
But just by looking into a keyhole you will never be able to describe the whole room.
So if you really want to make smart decisions based on all the data that is available, you can’t trust just what you see with your own eyes, because you only see a very small part of the reality.