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San Francisco Effect
Jerome Bressert
San Fransisco Effect
Have you ever experienced being in a trade that went in your favor?
Then back to the entry?
Then back above your last high price?
Then back to below your entry?
Then up again above your previous price?

>> Then on the 1st down-tick, you got out of the trade and the market goes way in your favor and you missed the move?

Are you starting to feel this? Of course you are... everyone I talk to goes through this. We can help!
SF Trading Effect

Expectations people have in life...

  • The sun will rise
  • At noon, the sun will be over head
  • When the weather is below freezing, it will snow
  • When the moon is full and overhead, it will be bright
  • When the water is hot enough it will boil
San Fransisco Effect Sunrise

Trade With a Smile and Expect to Win!

Follow this thought.

You live on a hill in San Francisco. When you start the car and put it in the drive, you expect the car will go forward. But what if it does not do what you expected?
San Fransisco car on road
1st arrow -Start the car, and it goes up the hill.

2nd arrow - After a few feet, it starts to come back down to where you started. At the time of 2nd arrow - Fear sets in.

3rd arrow, car moves above the 2nd arrow, you are happy and content.

4th arrow, the car drops down but does not go below the 1st arrow. Huge eyes, fear it may go back to where you started, and you bail out of the car.

5th arrow, the car takes off, and you missed the ride.
San Fransisco Up and down
Does this sound like your trading?
What would it be like if you had a different thought process to train your mind?
Let's say we change the car to a boat? And the boat is shipping out to sea? We will call This a LONG position.
We already know that waves will be coming to shore and the boat will hit resistance and back off.

We know this will happen without a doubt. This is what the markets do 99% of the time. The push back.
So you are not like most people who bail out, get comfortable with this movement and ride the waves.
SF Trading Effect
This chart looks exactly like the chart above with the car.

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