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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