Chart Reading for Investing

Geometry: Angles, Cycles, and Symmetry

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    • #722
      Crypto Link

      [Focused Chart]
      Focused Chart of the SPX
      Interactive Focused Chart
      [End Focused Chart]
      [Literature From Trading View]
      The harmonics of two are as such:
      1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64

      Cycles are merely sequences;
      sequences can be arithmetic, geometry, or some other variation ( harmonic for example is 1/n).

      is a sequence. If we are looking at the idea of cycles in terms of the time duration between highs, lows, highs to lows, or lows to highs, we could measure out the duration of a high to high using that as the base one unit.

      is also a sequence; this is a geometric sequence with the factor being two; likewise as the above scenario, we could take the first measurement, and use it as a base unit.

      Explore the different sequences, and explore the relationships of price and time: time from high to high; time from low to low; time from high to high to low to low to high; price from high to high; price from high to low; price from low to low.

      Some sequences to start off are
      1,2,3,5,8,13,21; n = (n-1) + (n-2)
      1,1.414, 1.73, 2, 2.23; n = sqrt(n)
      .236,.382,.618,1,1.618,2.618; n = 1.618n

      In-exhaustive book list
      Law of Vibration – Tony Plummer

      Michael Jenkins – Geometry of Stock Market Profits, Chart Reading for Professional Traders, Complete Stock Market Forecasting Course

      Scott M. Carney – The Harmonic Trader, Harmonic Trading Volume I, Harmonic Trading Volume II, Harmonic Trading Volume III

      H.M. Gartley – Profits in the Stock Market

      Bill Wiliams – Trading Chaos, New Trading Dimensions, Trading Chaos 2nd Edition

      J.M. Hurst – The Profit Magic of Stock Transaction Timing, Cyclic Analysis: A Dynamic Approach
      Disclaimer: Not financial advice, no warranties of merchantability, profitability, or probabilities.

      [End Literature From Trading View]

      In this chart, we see the SPX; the axis that is used is not the normal horizontal, vertical axis. This axis is adjusted to the move of the asset. From the sequences, we can possibly deduce that the sequence is a geometric sequence of two. For the dates of collision, we see the adjusted axis angle going from left to right from the top of the one box intersecting with the horizontal lines derived from the incremental extensions of the one box.

      Take Away Homework: Look at the chart of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Shiba Coin, SAND, AMPL, FTT, SPX, the prices of used cars, the prices of antique items, and everything to find the mathematics of symmetry, cycles, and angles

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    • #724
      Crypto Link

      A Chart of Bitcoin
      Focused Chart of BTC
      Interactive Chart of BTC

      Exhibit 1: The tic-tac’ing of the adjusted to axis 45 degree lines ( the lines that divide a square into two proportionate triangles – the lines that divide the square in half.

      Exhibit 2: The geometric angles arising from one increment before the initiating point

      Exhibit 3: The geometric angles arising from the initiating point

      Take Away Homework: Study the chart, and go apply it to other assets you see.

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