What do I do? I stick a dollar bill on it, and see if anything goes near it.

Oh, it doesn't have to be a dollar bill -- any country's is fine.

-- That's my new trading method.

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The idea is,

there's two circles (,each with some kind of decoration,) on a dollar bill,

and a coin is one circle (some of which have a smaller circle in its middle).

As well, a dollar bill is a frame.

So, I dance my drawing around these basic-starter shapes.

The frame can get a little skewed, but its basic meaning -- of surrounding the two circles -- holds.

Example:

A rule about frames that I neglected below, is that whatever has to be on the same side of whatever line connects them:

These types of circles can be closer than usual, one bigger and one smaller or even one so huge that it simply stands alone. This is simply preferring one over the other circle to make lines from it and through the other -- from that to simply being a coin. For a coin, rather than expecting , as in a space-infinite chart, some kind of half-way geometric progression, instead, the special coin acts as a stable-ing factor for the connecting time line, and a line instead of a frame develops, and continues for a while.

Example (somewhat-described) :

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In this method, I simplify the technicals -- although the option to complicate them is, still open.

I use a grid -- vertical and horizontal lines, where applicable -- , an anti-grid -- any 45D - or - so (50D, too, I'd guess) -- (a great place for long-term - lines ('complicat'ions)), and a grid-maker -- curves, as represented in MT4 by circles (or, rather, ellipses).

Then, the 50D illusion, which may or may not decide direction, stays:

The 'A rule from here ( https://www.google.com/search?q=Three+elemental+illusions+ determine+the+Z%C3%B6llner+illusion &oq=Three+elemental+illusions+de ter mine+the+Z%C3%B6llner+illusion&aqs= chrome..69i57.352523430j0j0&sourcei d=chrome&ie=UTF-8 ) (pg. 1) states that

"This apparent expansion of the acute angle occurs

at the angles between 0 and 90 in the Zllner illusion

(Morinaga, 1933; Wallace & Crampin, 1969). On

the other hand, in the tilt illusion, the acute-angle expansion

appears at the angles between 0 and 50, and, to the

contrary, the acute-angle contraction, called the indirect

effect, occurs at the angles between 50 and 90..." '

Oh, it doesn't have to be a dollar bill -- any country's is fine.

-- That's my new trading method.

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The idea is,

there's two circles (,each with some kind of decoration,) on a dollar bill,

and a coin is one circle (some of which have a smaller circle in its middle).

As well, a dollar bill is a frame.

So, I dance my drawing around these basic-starter shapes.

The frame can get a little skewed, but its basic meaning -- of surrounding the two circles -- holds.

Example:

A rule about frames that I neglected below, is that whatever has to be on the same side of whatever line connects them:

These types of circles can be closer than usual, one bigger and one smaller or even one so huge that it simply stands alone. This is simply preferring one over the other circle to make lines from it and through the other -- from that to simply being a coin. For a coin, rather than expecting , as in a space-infinite chart, some kind of half-way geometric progression, instead, the special coin acts as a stable-ing factor for the connecting time line, and a line instead of a frame develops, and continues for a while.

Example (somewhat-described) :

------------------------------------ ------------------------------------ -

*last method**--*In this method, I simplify the technicals -- although the option to complicate them is, still open.

I use a grid -- vertical and horizontal lines, where applicable -- , an anti-grid -- any 45D - or - so (50D, too, I'd guess) -- (a great place for long-term - lines ('complicat'ions)), and a grid-maker -- curves, as represented in MT4 by circles (or, rather, ellipses).

Then, the 50D illusion, which may or may not decide direction, stays:

The 'A rule from here ( https://www.google.com/search?q=Three+elemental+illusions+ determine+the+Z%C3%B6llner+illusion &oq=Three+elemental+illusions+de ter mine+the+Z%C3%B6llner+illusion&aqs= chrome..69i57.352523430j0j0&sourcei d=chrome&ie=UTF-8 ) (pg. 1) states that

"This apparent expansion of the acute angle occurs

at the angles between 0 and 90 in the Zllner illusion

(Morinaga, 1933; Wallace & Crampin, 1969). On

the other hand, in the tilt illusion, the acute-angle expansion

appears at the angles between 0 and 50, and, to the

contrary, the acute-angle contraction, called the indirect

effect, occurs at the angles between 50 and 90..." '