Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Leverage Leads Price


Your latest format showing: 1. Trend 2. Leverage 3. Time/cycle in successive charts makes things much clearer (less disjointed,)

I am now beginning to understand your upside/down (for my brain) Bull/Bear arrows in the Leverage charts. But I'd still like a clearer definition of what you consider to be the meaning of "Leverage."

Regards, R


Leverage controls a large value of commodities, or securities in the form of a future or options contract, or buying on margin. This process leverages or gears up a relatively small investment for investors. Trends in 'leverage' often lead price.


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