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Technical Analysis doesn't make much sense in rigged Markets

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Technical analysis is widely used by traders and financial professionals but basically doesn't make much sense in todays rigged markets. Inputs are distorted and thus the results misleading (garbage in, garbage out).

You should therefore be careful about using the results of technical analysis if you don't have the inside information that you need to figure out and eliminate the effects of the manipulations.

One of the big questions is why financial markets are rigged so much. Some say this is to boost the economy, but it’s hard to believe that rigged markets are of any help in this regard.

Somebody benefits, that's for sure!

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