Dunes & Ponds
In the course of my observations and experimenting with these methods for U.S. stock-market timing, my good wife, Frau Kopernik, said to me one evening after supper as she looked at an early stage of my work (a stage in keeping with my practice of building my conclusions in a modular process, one at a time)--
"Ah, that is pretty," reminding her of her childhood days near Leba on the Baltic where her family summered, and of the dunes along the shore and the tidal ponds left when the sea ran out. "Dunes and ponds," she said.
That was a good fit. I liked it. Though not so scientific
sounding as my own nomenclature for these stock-market price phenomena: 'metatropes' or 'metatropals' to define the whole rising and falling market process; 'catatropal' for falling markets and 'anatropal' for rising ones. Nevertheless, 'dunes and ponds' it is, in honor of her observation.
When she saw the picture again after I added the next module,
she exclaimed, "Ah, not quite so pretty. It was better before--without the clouds."
that would be useless for
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