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Fractal burst

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Jan 29, 2012 5:31 am

Fractal burst, dollar thirst.
Initially I pasted a piece of text with 360 pips up. I delayed posting it and now I needed to raise that number to 600 pips up.

Look at the EURUSD chart attached. There is a semafor3 down there at the bottom of it. The time is 16:00, the date is January 13. You may please remember it because you will need it further.

When did the FED speak to you?

Later. Aha.
You are saying they spoke as soon as they had their decision.
You do not want to say that they did not have any other choice when they saw the chart(s)?

I will need more napkins because I feel so emotional.
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Fractal burst

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Jan 29, 2012 5:48 am

That place I showed you is some kind of special for more than one reason actually.
Which means that I do not suspect, I know.
Look at the next EURUSD chart which takes us a little back to show what I mean.

Look at the 1.2625.

If this is luck, then I am very very lucky.
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Now look at the charts of other major currency pairs

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Jan 29, 2012 5:50 am

Now look at the charts of other major currency pairs at the same 16:00 hour, January 13, 2012.

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I will facilitate you with USDPLN

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Jan 29, 2012 7:51 am

Look at the USDPLN chart to see what happened at 16:00 on January 13 of 2012.
USDPLN plummeted from over 3.5000 to 3.1900.

You might say they knew it and they did it. Looks better than an open credit line with IMF.
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CHFPLN

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Jan 29, 2012 7:54 am

CHFPLN
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On scrutiny it was NZDUSD which raised my interest

Postby Paul&Paul » Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:44 pm

Various currency pairs show similarities which are statistically called correlations.
These correlations are dynamically changing relationships and it is very difficult to establish them over a period of time. They can be calculated yet they may not be true a few hours later.
Chaos points to something very different than mere statistics. Namely it points to some common chaotic features and to some common chaotic behavior. Chaos does not use statistical tools to express determinism incorporated in the system.
Statistics provides ever changing/floating numbers.
Chaos provides determinants, fixed points, knots which will not change.

I wasn't looking for similarities on other markets when I found out what had been happening on NZDUSD. I was looking for determinants, fixed points, knots etc. which would correspond to the discovered mechanism on NZDUSD.

It is possible to cloud some markets in some way in order to keep the big names intentions out from the public. It is not possible to cloud all the markets in some way all the time.

Sooner or later some markets are bound to reveal incredible transparency.
NZDUSD was one of them.

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EURJPY and its chaotic transparency

Postby Paul&Paul » Mon Jan 30, 2012 1:02 pm

Bumble bees do not possess any knowledge about the mechanisms of the world around them. They use certain rules which allow them to live on.
Rules and mechanisms are not the same things.
The difference lies in the level of generality.
To understand the space around you there needs to be some picture from outer space.
We can predict the behavior of a flat fly in a 2-dimensional space better than if it were a real fly in a 3-dimensional space.

What is our chart in fact?
Looks like a 2-D space yet is hardly more than a 1-D map.

Each time you look at it you see the NOW in relation to the PAST. You decide how far to the past you return. You see the present in relation to the past.

Chaos allows to see the NOW and the PAST at the same time as ONE.
The NOW and the PAST are inseperable from one another.

Takens Theorem proved that it is possible to see the ONE as the NOW and the PAST inseperable.

EURJPY has been behaving in a very orderly manner since January 26 if we look into its world through one more dimension.

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Everybody talks the weather over

Postby Paul&Paul » Mon Jan 30, 2012 10:40 pm

The weather is a chaotic system predictable in short term.

What would you say about the Earth, its climates and local weather if a very severe anomaly in - say - Acapulco, would be observed exactly at the same time in various other interesting places of the world as severe anomalies as well?

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Goldman Sachs

Postby Paul&Paul » Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:19 am

Last week Last week, nine Goldman insiders cashed out $20 million worth of stock at an average price of $107.44. This is the very same stock (NYSE:GS) that Goldman ? on behalf of its shareholders ? spent $21 billion buying over the last five years. The average price of those purchases was about $171 per share.

Here?s our question: Why is Goldman?s stock a ?Buy? for shareholders at $171 a share, but a ?Sell? for insiders at $107 per share?

Something?s wrong with this picture. Or, to change metaphors, something?s rotten with this onion. Let?s peel it back until we find the source of the stench.

Two weeks ago, the company reported a whopping 58% drop in fourth quarter earnings, compared to 2010.

wrote Eric J. Fry at the Daily Reckoning.

Let us see how good the price 107.44 was from the point of view of a chaos insider.
to be contd.

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Goldman Sachs

Postby Paul&Paul » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:26 pm

Let us see what were the market conditions when those nine Goldman insiders were selling their shares at an average price of 107.44.

GS was in a local uptrend. The average price of 107.44 means that they were selling at lower prices and higher prices than 107.44.

This local uptrend in terms of chaos is a fractal expansion of two triggers up marked on the chart.

The smaller trigger's energy is 174 pips.

And here we have its 14.208 expansion at 116.66.
It's done already.
The big 9 could have pocketed 8.5% more at 116.66 than they actually did at 107.44. Nevertheless they did it near 9.1299 which is quite nice.

GS had some problems near 4.669 which comes at 100.02. For about seven sessions GS was struggling to break higher than 100.02. In terms of chaos prices more than 4.669 are considered unstable upwards. Near 9.1299 there is a serious instability. And near 14.208 it is a crash.
Well, GS has expanded 14.208 so that is really remarkable. Short sellers have been crunched.

The big 9 was selling during an uptrend. Little harm they did to the uptrend selling their shares, do you see that?.

Somehow the information about the big 9 leaked to the public. See what happened next. No correction. Fools who thought they were doing the right thing on the news selling GS afresh did just the wrong.

When I see those triggers I cannot refrain myself from an observation that they were generated not to sell but to buy the stock.

The public should look for traces of big buy orders by the big 9 insiders slightly above $90.00 on December 28, 2011. And not for 20 million dollars. But for much much more.

Something must have leaked somehow because GS gapped on the 3rd of January and a bigger trigger up occurred. Well, more money at stake, so much better for the uprise.

It leads to the conclusion that selling those shares at 107.44 was a trivium compared with the essential to begin and sustain an uptrend with a lot more money.

At the moment GS is not a Sell. I mean from the point of view of the recent triggers it is not. GS is unstable upwards which means that it is easier to push prices higher than lower.

Short selling after the news proved wrong. The leak helped push more people on the wrong track. They may now regret it.

The current close of GS is 117.50 at the end of this week.

There is a thin line between an insider and a manipulator. Between sex, lies and lullabies.
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