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Author Topic: It's called a correction (waveaddict's bitcoin charting subscription thread)  (Read 86896 times)
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February 17, 2012, 08:03:19 PM
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ya, I kinda would like to see the play out today, and compare the waves you counted from yesterday..

They are helpful, and easy to see your pattern of thought with.

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February 17, 2012, 08:09:59 PM
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Personally I liked the chart patterns as well. Grin Keep up the great work.

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February 17, 2012, 08:11:40 PM
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Personally I liked the chart patterns as well. Grin Keep up the great work.

Yeah, I prefer chart patterns over wave patterns as well. But then again, we're getting both. What's not to love? Smiley Keep up the good work WaveAddict!

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February 17, 2012, 08:32:34 PM
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ok guys just sent it  Smiley

enjoy!

You are going to make me feel guilty aren't you? Sad

Ok, you've convinced me, I'll send out an updated Elliott Wave count in a little bit

No wave counting this time?

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February 17, 2012, 08:59:09 PM
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Thank you Smiley

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February 17, 2012, 10:19:18 PM
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felt obligated to send you guys one more email...thought about the structure a little more Smiley

I'll explain this weekend about 'why' these other two counts have the highest chance of success

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February 18, 2012, 01:40:05 AM
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Dont apologize for the updates silly! lmao Cheesy

We love them Im sure..

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February 18, 2012, 03:30:01 AM
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Dont apologize for the updates silly! lmao Cheesy

We love them Im sure..

Agreed.  I appreciated it.
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February 18, 2012, 05:36:17 PM
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today's email was sent  Smiley

Is there anyone else out there who would like to join my subscriber list? Its a mere 2.5bitcoins/month which provides you with daily (sometimes more  Wink ) charting updates. Plus, I'm a great source for all you beginners out there who want to learn how to trade based on charting.

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February 18, 2012, 07:18:42 PM
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Ok, count me in.
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February 18, 2012, 08:35:30 PM
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S3052 is still more popular - as evidenced by the recent sell off immediately after his newsletter was sent.
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February 18, 2012, 08:56:48 PM
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popularity has nothing to do with it  Smiley. both of us are interpreting where we believe bitcoin is exactly in regard to the many complex cycles (waves) that encompass all the various trading emotions of all participants trading bitcoin. Neither he nor I can affect the larger path of bitcoin in a meaningful way. If, by chance, we were to affect the price, we would unintentionally quicken or extend a sell-off or buying spree that was going to happen anyway.

I have no clue what S3052 is writing but I'm betting he is playing the safe route here and saying the path of least resistance is down...from a purely technical standpoint, that assertion is correct.    

S3052 is still more popular - as evidenced by the recent sell off immediately after his newsletter was sent.

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February 18, 2012, 09:24:38 PM
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Both of you issued bearish analysis recently Smiley.
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February 18, 2012, 09:45:54 PM
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popularity has nothing to do with it  Smiley. both of us are interpreting where we believe bitcoin is exactly in regard to the many complex cycles (waves) that encompass all the various trading emotions of all participants trading bitcoin. Neither he nor I can affect the larger path of bitcoin in a meaningful way. If, by chance, we were to affect the price, we would unintentionally quicken or extend a sell-off or buying spree that was going to happen anyway.

I have no clue what S3052 is writing but I'm betting he is playing the safe route here and saying the path of least resistance is down...from a purely technical standpoint, that assertion is correct.    

S3052 is still more popular - as evidenced by the recent sell off immediately after his newsletter was sent.

That is all true - but still it cannot be coincidence that there was a sudden drop in minutes after the email arrived.
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February 18, 2012, 10:02:26 PM
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popularity has nothing to do with it  Smiley. both of us are interpreting where we believe bitcoin is exactly in regard to the many complex cycles (waves) that encompass all the various trading emotions of all participants trading bitcoin. Neither he nor I can affect the larger path of bitcoin in a meaningful way. If, by chance, we were to affect the price, we would unintentionally quicken or extend a sell-off or buying spree that was going to happen anyway.

I have no clue what S3052 is writing but I'm betting he is playing the safe route here and saying the path of least resistance is down...from a purely technical standpoint, that assertion is correct.    

S3052 is still more popular - as evidenced by the recent sell off immediately after his newsletter was sent.

That is all true - but still it cannot be coincidence that there was a sudden drop in minutes after the email arrived.

When everyone says 'bearish' its time to buy

 

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February 18, 2012, 10:10:20 PM
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Who said I was bearish  Wink

popularity has nothing to do with it  Smiley. both of us are interpreting where we believe bitcoin is exactly in regard to the many complex cycles (waves) that encompass all the various trading emotions of all participants trading bitcoin. Neither he nor I can affect the larger path of bitcoin in a meaningful way. If, by chance, we were to affect the price, we would unintentionally quicken or extend a sell-off or buying spree that was going to happen anyway.

I have no clue what S3052 is writing but I'm betting he is playing the safe route here and saying the path of least resistance is down...from a purely technical standpoint, that assertion is correct.    

S3052 is still more popular - as evidenced by the recent sell off immediately after his newsletter was sent.

That is all true - but still it cannot be coincidence that there was a sudden drop in minutes after the email arrived.

When everyone says 'bearish' its time to buy

 

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February 18, 2012, 10:13:44 PM
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Who said I was bearish  Wink



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I've been doing a little analysis of the long term chart , I have to say first of all I'm by no means an expert so I'm not offering financial advice , using the MRP ( mountain range principle ) I've factored in various variables like wind speed , air pressure and vertical fatigue , it appears we could be forming what's known as a "cup" formation , (bitcoin can be seen waving from the handle area around July 2012) . If this analysis is correct this may be a great opportunity to take advantage of the next peak . 
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I've been doing a little analysis of the long term chart , I have to say first of all I'm by no means an expert so I'm not offering financial advice , using the MRP ( mountain range principle ) I've factored in various variables like wind speed , air pressure and vertical fatigue , it appears we could be forming what's known as a "cup" formation , (bitcoin can be seen waving from the handle area around July 2012) . If this analysis is correct this may be a great opportunity to take advantage of the next peak . 

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I've been doing a little analysis of the long term chart , I have to say first of all I'm by no means an expert so I'm not offering financial advice , using the MRP ( mountain range principle ) I've factored in various variables like wind speed , air pressure and vertical fatigue , it appears we could be forming what's known as a "cup" formation , (bitcoin can be seen waving from the handle area around July 2012) . If this analysis is correct this may be a great opportunity to take advantage of the next peak . 

There was a better one - with a sunset - but I am too lazy to find it.
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