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Re: [sharechat] Cycles

From: fntradingsolutions <>
Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2003 22:59:03 +1000

SORRY FOR THE OCCASIONAL SPELLING MISTAKE but I born into the Dutch and Indonesian languages.
I also left school at 12 years old and spent my youth in the Indonesian Merchent Navy as a cook.
English is my adopted language that I taught myself only 5 Years ago!!!!! Spelling it is hard for me as I come from two Phonetic language backgrounds.
As for predictions Yes I do believe that markets factor in good and bad news days weeks sometimes years before the actual event.
As for Chaos.
Well the Inkjet printer was designed around the fact that a scientist was told that a dripping tap was not random. In trying to disprove this theory he discovered that YES indeed a dripping tap drips at a calculated mathematical pace. Having thus discovered that he went on to Invent the Inkjet printer wich is based on the FACT not the Theory that drips are mathmatical.
In some sense it is, but nobody is capable of perceiving it at any
significant scale.
More people than you could imagine percieve it Far more.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Benson" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, September 27, 2003 3:30 AM
Subject: Re: [sharechat] Cycles

On Friday, September 26, 2003, at 12:37 PM, fntradingsolutions wrote:

> You know you people are born into a cycle, you live in a cycle. You
> work to a cycle. The Moon, the Sun the Universe all move within a
> cycle. Plants and animals move in a cycle.

I'm with you up to here. I even cycle in a cycle.

> Yet you fail to that the Market also moves in cycles. Parochial.
> If you really do not believe that the all the Universe in predestined
> and preordained,

In some sense it is, but nobody is capable of perceiving it at any
significant scale.

> and that it was created by a master Mathmatician. Not a Big Band full
> of chaos.

As in The Count Basie Big Band?

> Then look at the perfect hexagon formations of inanimate objects. and
> the perfect
> pentagon formations of all living things.

I can see what you're getting at, but it's to do with the mechanics of
describing how things go together. Yes, the only things left tend to be
well-arranged, mainly because the other ones didn't make it ...

We didn't get an answer on whether TA can predict earthquakes and
terrorist attacks. I believe these events are absolutely related to
other events, but how exactly, and which events, is the question.

Haven't scientists using chaos models had most success with
micro-prediction of seismic events?



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