Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures and Cycles

$44.72

  • Pages: 282
  • Format: PDF
  • Published Date: 1993

Description

Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures and Cycles is the first set of 2 books and contains the first ten lessons in the 4 book course. Although the stock market is used for examples, the techniques are universal and can be applied to any market. This award-winning home-study course teaches market analysts how to make accurate financial market models predicting price-time action years into the future. These techniques combine geometry with cycle analysis to pinpoint turns in both price and time.

Introductions:

Financial markets provide a unique laboratory to study the free expression of human nature with the opportunity to see man pressed to his extreme emotions of hope, fear, and greed. These extreme emotional swings have been recorded for centuries in the form of price-time charts.

As man, in mass, is dominated by the feeling of hope, he competes with other men, bidding prices higher and higher until the dominant emotional mood swings to fear, which leads to financial market panics.

Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures and Cycles shows how these dominant emotional swings can be forecast well into the future and, ultimately, provides illumination into their nature and cause. These swings are present throughout all human activity, but are uniquely expressed ~d recorded in financial markets.

THERE ARE NO RANDOM MOTIONS IN FINANCIAL MARKETS. All ups and downs, twists and turns, booms and crashes follow clear, easy to understand, natural laws, which can be represented and modeled with applications of basic science.

Libraries around the country are filled with books on financial market analysis, which basically cover the same worn out subjects. They can all be placed into one of three categories:

  • (1) fundamental analysis
  • (2) technical analysis
  • (3) cycle analysis

And within the category of technical analysis either they use momentum indicators, relative strength indexes (RSI), pattern recognition, Elliott Waves, trend lines, stochastics, or some other subject that has been beaten to death over the years by hundreds of authors and analysts. All these techniques and many more have been thoroughly studied by the author and found to have limited value. And few provide any insight into what is truly happening in financial market activity.

The author’s intention in producing this course is to provide unique material to students of mass human behavior who find the currently available material on this subject not only lacking dependability and applicability, but also without insight into its true driving forces. The
goal has been to produce an original source of financial market analysis, and provide it at a price affordable to anyone genuinely interested in the motivating forces behind human behavior.

Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures and Cycles is the result of over ten years of full time research into financial market timing and many thousands of dollars devoted to researching the subject material presented. In addition, over one year was spent by the author compiling the data and writing this course. The material presented here is UNIQUE, POWERFUL, AND IS NOT AVAILABLE FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE. Not only are many valuable timing techniques presented, but also insight into the driving forces behind financial market price-time changes. No one will be able to read this course and say, “I knew all that”.

This is not a “get rich quick” scheme. Truly understanding financial markets requires study and hard work. No one becomes an expert on any subject, including financial markets, without putting in the required effort. The reader’s advantage as a student of this material is that much of the work has been done for him. For every path researched that produced results, at least one hundred dead ends were explored. Remember, most things that relate to an understanding of nature are simple to understand when presented, but can be very difficult to discover. Einstein’s theory of relativity, E=MC2, is a simple equation, but could you have derived it?

Contrary to claims of many market analysts who charge exorbitant sums for such things as simple pattern recognition gimmicks, and claim to hold the “secret of the universe”, mastering the subject of financial market analysis requires hard work. However, the analyst who spends the time to study this course will broaden his base of knowledge well beyond what he currently knows, regardless of his current level of expertise. For those who do not want to put in the work, possibly they would be better off chasing one of those “secret of the universe” gimmicks, or maybe buying lottery tickets.

The works of the great masters throughout time have been researched. While many of these analysts had great discoveries, for the most part it appears the general rule has been to keep these discoveries secret and hidden from the public.

There is no mystery to the author’s techniques. They are based on simple application of science and proven natural law. The author does not dance around a subject with unclear and hidden messages. All material is supported with extensive and direct examples in financial market charts.

The reader may have noticed that the market forecasters with the most respectable records rarely come from academia. Rather, their backgrounds often hold a common thread of the arts.

Musicians, especially, seem to have a predisposition for accurate market timing. The reason for this will become apparent, as the lessons of this course unfold. People with a special affinity for music are in harmony with the natural laws governing proportion and ratios, as experienced through sound. These same laws govern financial market activity as movements divide and subdivide into the same ratios present in the “Just Diatonic” musical scale. In more ways than one, these market analysts are “playing the market”.

Similarly, artists are talented with a special understanding of proportion and symmetry experienced through vision. These laws manifest in financial markets as they progress through their natural growth patterns, which demonstrate the same dynamic symmetry the artist employs when he expresses his talent.

Initially, it may not be clear how some of the material presented in this course relates to financial markets. However, be aware that the author has focused his efforts on providing only necessary material, while always keeping in mind the words of William Shakespeare, “Brevity is the soul of wit”.

Those topics which may seem irrelevant are in reality intimately tied to the ultimate goal of understanding mass human behavior as reflected in financial markets. They are presented to the reader as physical proof of the omnipresence of natural law. Physical laws which govern the universe, ranging from bodies in motion to the growth of living organisms, are also present in the price-time action of financial markets. Albert Einstein said, “The only randomness is the natural law which we do not yet understand”. The proof of this is to follow.

Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures and Cycles is presented in two parts. The first five lessons define Part One and the last five lessons compose Part Two.

– Part One introduces the new concept of multi-dimensional analysis to financial markets. The tools for viewing markets in more than the traditional two dimensions of price and time are developed. After these tools are mastered, they are used to identify the true geometric structures and ratios, which lie at the heart of financial market activity. The completed geometric solid that fanned between 1899 and 1982 is closely analyzed.

– Part Two presents a unique method of analyzing financial market cycles. This is not the traditional cycle analysis currently practiced by many analysts. Rather, the application of a scientific phenomenon known as sympathetic resonance is used to isolate cyclical influences in financial markets, focusing on those in the Dow Jones Industrial Averages (DJIA).

Contents:

– Part 1. FOUR-DIMENSIONAL PRICE-TIME STRUCTURES

  • LESSON 1 – PRICE-TIME RADII VECTORS (PTV)
  • LESSON 2 – THE ELLIPTICAL NATURE OF PRICE-TIME
  • LESSON 3 – GROWTH PATTERNS
  • LESSON 4 – PRICE-TIME RATIOS MORE IMPORTANT THAN FIBONACCI
  • LESSON 5 – GEOMETRCC STRUCTURES

– Part 2. FOUR-DIMENSIONAL PRICE-TIME CYCLES

  • INTRODUCTION TO PART 2
  • LESSON 6 – SYMPATHETIC RESONANCE AND THE LAW OF VIBRATION
  • LESSON 7 – CYCLES
  • LESSON 8 – PLANETARY CYCLES