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- auxesis replied Apr 7, 2015
some doodles on the prior chart, fwiw

- auxesis replied Apr 7, 2015
Tis been awhile, I thought reverse forks went left... capturing past action and from there you could pull multiple warning lines?

- auxesis replied May 22, 2014
Like the timing elements, normally don't see that here. just a thought

- auxesis replied May 7, 2014
Your magenta median set failed to make the median in time, since then it has failed to make either a new high or low... the current state is consolidation, wedge...... a wedges shape and angle can give hints for the direction of it's eventual break, ...

- auxesis replied Mar 16, 2014
Comparing charts for fun.... Just south of here and a few more 2hr bars you have a congruence of several different looks. 78.6 fib (teal), Gartley pattern (yellow), channel off the prior 3 swing points (green dash) and median undershoot projection ...

- auxesis replied Mar 16, 2014
In regards to the gold chart, here's how I view it...... pulling from a daily futures chart. You discussed a hunt for "C"... which to me is the million dollar question concerning median lines, for every setup that placement of "C" is the overriding ...

- auxesis replied Mar 16, 2014
Pips4life, The following is just my take on things, I'm often times very unconventional in my thinking and analysis - so for anyone following, don't take this as any kind of definitive answer, but find what works for you ........ this is what works ...

- auxesis replied Dec 13, 2013
Kap, hopefully the pics explain it.... anytime you take the line AC or 1 to 3 as shown and copy it from B or 2..... this forms the natural channel in any three alternating pivots..... it's the same thing as a modified schiff, one doesn't need to ...

- auxesis replied Dec 12, 2013
Right on time

- auxesis replied Nov 18, 2013
Fwiw, thoughts on AudJpy..... haven't been charting this pair, so totally off the cuff. #2 Price's reaction to median sets pulled off the last six major turns #3 zoomed in 4 hr, smaller charts are just a piece of the larger charts, notice the ...

- auxesis replied Nov 5, 2013
Fwiw, similar to the median line, the center lines of geometric patterns often come into play. Larger wedge possibly in play, if price travels north from here watch the wedge center, specifically in conjunction around the 61.8 retracement of this ...

- auxesis replied Oct 17, 2013
euro 240m

- auxesis replied Oct 17, 2013
Euro with similar thoughts, 1.44 would come in on the channel top and ab=cd If your not already long. Here's a couple of spots to attempt shorts if seen ...... see zoom fwiw...

- auxesis replied Oct 6, 2013
Nice, chart..... I anchored the Schiff's/Channel's corresponding fork to the closest time point along the upper line.... here the over shoot of the median is matched with the sliding parallel on the current reject. The question to answer.... which ...

- auxesis replied Sep 2, 2013
AUD/USD Weekly fwiw............

- auxesis replied May 5, 2013
I'm trying to understand your logic as defined by your chart..... what is the relationship between AB and CD? I know you're trying to find a method for squaring the two but why? In the past I've looked into equal relationships defined by price ...

- auxesis replied May 5, 2013
As for the earlier mention of the pitchfork in regards to orientation, the viewing orientation of price is already figured into it's construction. Instead of squaring AB=CD your squaring the second half of a sine-wave, regardless of the viewing ...

- auxesis replied May 5, 2013
Kap, I may have jumped the gun assuming we are talking about the same concept, but are you looking for an equation? I was trying to point you in a direction to demonstrate the concept, but first you have to conclude the markets are 3 dimensional if ...

- auxesis replied May 2, 2013
Kap, Try looking at the problem using a 3D perspective, pull out your old analytical geometry notes from school, assuming the two lengths are the same, think isosceles triangle, then what orientation would you have to view it from to match. The ...