Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “Go”
I haven’t play Go in a very long time but I came across this short video of a Master making a major blunder. I don’t understand Japanese but you can hear the gasps and comments about it.
What happened was the Master placed a black stone and created a cross shape. This effectively gave him 1 liberty (you always want two liberties) for survival. This is called ‘atari.’
A great master at the game of GO once wrote that many advanced players begin to trip themselves up when they forget the basics of ladders and nets. Ladders and nets are just simple beginner strategies that are grounded in the basic rules of the game. These simple game formations are much like a stock's price and volume, and its technical chart.
Going back to the basics of understanding candlesticks, prices, volume, and formations associated with an asset can make the difference between success or failure.