If you really think about it, the stock market closely resembles a living, breathing entity.
It's not a person, I mean, but more like an organism composed of millions and millions of cells. It's each cell that's the person or institution making investment and trading decisions.
While individuals make buy and sell decisions, the pulse of the market and the general movement of the market, one way or another, is more often than not driven by the collective psychology of the organism.
If you understand the collective psychology that's moving the market, you can be exactly where you need to be almost all the time.
When you trade and invest based on the trend, you play stocks from the "long" side (the buy side) when the market's heading solidly, convincingly up.
And you play from the "short" side (short selling or put buying) when the market's trending down.
You'll find it's hard not to make money.
So here's what that giant, moving, thinking thing has on its mind…
About the Author
Shah Gilani is the Event Trading Specialist for Money Map Press. In Zenith Trading Circle Shah reveals the worst companies in the markets - right from his coveted Bankruptcy Almanac - and how readers can trade them over and over again for huge gains.Shah is also the proud founding editor of The Money Zone, where after eight years of development and 11 years of backtesting he has found the edge over stocks, giving his members the opportunity to rake in potential double, triple, or even quadruple-digit profits weekly with just a few quick steps. He also writes our most talked-about publication, Wall Street Insights & Indictments, where he reveals how Wall Street's high-stakes game is really played.