I just learned of these recently. Has anyone had any experience with this?
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Quoting clam61DislikedI just learned of these recently. Has anyone had any experience with this?Ignored
Quoting clam61DislikedI just learned of these recently. Has anyone had any experience with this?Ignored
Quoting smjonesDislikedYou need to talk with Accrete and Lou... They are resident experts at Harmonics.. Accrete has taken all of the courses in it.Ignored
Quoting smjonesDislikedYou need to talk with Accrete and Lou... They are resident experts at Harmonics.. Accrete has taken all of the courses in it.Ignored
Quoting LouDislikedWow, thanks... If I am an expert, heaven help the novice. Maybe he meant ' harmonica ' ... I used to be pretty good at that.
Seriously, I am enjoying my work with Gann and the Square of 9.
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Quoting itmeDisliked"Does it seem to be accurate for you. More so then what I cal tell of Elliot wave. Now I know not much (nice english huh) of Elliot wave. But it seems like there is a lot of discrepencies on that and interpatational changes."
From what I have seen so far, the discrepancies one typically sees have far less to do with deficiencies in Elliott Wave theory, and far more with the deficiency of people to properly understand and apply it. Incompetency, confusion, dishonesty and laziness seem to be endemic in the human race as currently configured, and these traits are easily identifiable in any field where they are tolerated. Academic mathematics and engineering are two fields where these traits are not readily tolerated, which is why I think mathematicians and engineers are likely to be the best traders.Ignored
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