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What do you guys think about Darvas's Box theory? Can it

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What do you guys think about Darvas's Box theory? Can it work in the modern market and has it been backtested? Also would analyzing calls/puts volumne in a stock be useful for identifying a trend as when to enter and exit?
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>>1699308
>Darvas's Box theory

Very idiotic "strategy" in my opinion. How about investing in something because you legitimately think it's going to do well?

>Also would analyzing calls/puts volumne in a stock be useful for identifying a trend as when to enter and exit?

Are you planning on engaging in HFT? If not (probably since you're asking this question in the first place) then I don't see how the fuck that will help you. Especially in the modern marketplace.
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>>1699316
>Very idiotic "strategy" in my opinion. How about investing in something because you legitimately think it's going to do well?

I guess I should have mentioned using it along with some fundamentals and good technical indicators such as RSI, MACD,etc

>Are you planning on engaging in HFT? If not (probably since you're asking this question in the first place) then I don't see how the fuck that will help you. Especially in the modern marketplace.

I was thinking about it for swing trading. I got the idea from this link: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/options-market-predicting-spike-amyris-135501747.html
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>>1699316
You honestly have no clue what Darvas's Box Theory even is do you? It involves fundamental analysis you fucking twat.

And you don't need HFT to momentum trade, how fucking old are you mate?
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>>1699308
Its a horseshit strategy.

>has it been backtested
Probably one of THE most backtested strategies out there. It became very popular because of how simple the idea was. If basically only works in very bullish markets, and at that point, any bull strategy works. There's nothing particularly special about Darva's
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