The Aussies have been flattening out at a top - it appears - at this time. There are only two directions for price - nothing new in that.
What happens in situations like these is:
1 - either price collapses.
2 - it rockets north.
You can imagine what bulls and bears would say to each of the above. Their inherent biases controls their minds. Biases predetermine - quite unconsciously - what logic will arrive at. Hence people get into 'predictions', then punch the air when price confirms their bias.
Both the nature of confirmation bias and prevalence-induced concept change should be studied by all traders. Some say 'What's psychology got to do with this?' I'm sorry for some.
How does one control how wrong a bias may be? It's called a stoploss!
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