sleight of hand
1 : quick or deceptive hand movements that are used especially to perform magic tricks
- He performs sleight of hand with cards and books of matches.
2 : the act of tricking or deceiving someone in a clever way
- Investigative journalists exposed the company’s financial sleight of hand.
Thursday’s “Attention to Detail Webinar” focuses on Tuesday afternoon’s liquidation break. We will replay a recording between Jen and myself that includes my trade entry and detailed reasoning behind the trade. If you saw the trade developing and were an active participant congratulations; if you failed to see the trade developing the market delivered you a sleight-of-hand. Sleight-of-hand, which is the basis for early magic tricks, is the act of tricking or deceiving someone in a clever way.
The specific exit as well as the rationale behind the exit are an important part to completing this approximate 10 handle opportunity. Please sign up to join us for this webinar HERE.