Monthly Archives: November 2015

Letter To A Fellow Trader

Tom, Bob Prechter was in town this past weekend for Dick Diamond’s memorial service. Over dinner, he gave me a rundown on his views of the markets. As is sometimes the case, there is room for more than one interpretation … Continue reading

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OF Fractals and other Patterns

Once I had a dollar, once I had a dream, now all the work is a bein’ done by a big ole’ machine —Alison Krauss and Union Station, Dust Bowl Children Fractal, per my 1971 edition Funk & Wagnall: n, … Continue reading

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To The Moon, Alice!

The ready way to make a mind go awry is to lace it too tight. —Coleridge, Notes, Nov. 1801 Well, it looked like the market was going to the moon. Gave hope to the bulls. Worried the bears unless they had the … Continue reading

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