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Therefore, in order to make consistently profitable trades/investments over the long haul (perhaps even the short haul), it is absolutely essential that you understand how the relationship between supply and demand affects what happens to your stock

I'm trying to get my head around some of these profound statements. Perhaps I have just a simple minded approach but I would have thought that this statement was self evident. To use the buggy whip analogy: if there isn't a market for them then the stock isn't going to rise.
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Harmy
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