In relation to war, the role of “time” plays a big part in determining the outcomes. War is so costly and resources get consumed much more quickly than you realize. War should never get prolonged. Time is a critical variable which must be considered.
Same for trading.
A prolonged Bull fight hurts the fighting bulls to the benefit of waiting tigers. When 2 leaders are in conflict, they become easy prey to a third party waiting in the wings. Even when one bull survive the long struggle, victory is short lived, for he has been weakened. A patient tiger is a hungry tiger, and will surely pounce on the injured bull. The prize of victory will be too tempting for the tiger to resist. The sly tiger will not wait but will instead pounce, fast and furious. Any strategist will surely advise the tiger to seize the opportunity.
How do we apply this theory to trading?
A prolonged Bull or bear fight hurts the fighting bulls & bears to the benefit of patient Sniper. When 2 animals are fighting in the market, they become easy prey to a third party waiting in the wings. Even when one survive the long struggle, victory is short lived, for he has been weakened. A patient Sniper is waiting patiently for its prey, and will surely pounce on the injured animals. The prize of victory will be too tempting for the Sniper to resist. It will pull the trigger fast and furious when opportunities arises. Any strategist will surely advise the Sniper to seize the opportunity.
The bulls and bears in the market must know the consequence of prolonging war and the terrible danger of the tiger lying in wait.
The above chart shows China A50 bull run was pounce by the waiting tiger. The bull started it's fight since November 2014 till May 2015, truly exhasted and so vulnerable to be under attacked.
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