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So. let me understand this Nym. I can throw away all those charts and just see where Venus and Mars are? Wow, this is great news.

Published Saturday, December 4, 2010

R.N. Elliott said the 1929 to 1942 DOW Chart Pattern is a 13-Year Triangle, comprising 5 Waves Down. Look at the 13-Year Triangle Pattern.

It is a 13-Year Bear Market: 3 years bear (Wave 1), 5 years bull (Wave 2) and 5 years bear (Wave 3, 4, 5). Read “Major Works of R.N. Elliott Part 2” for my initial assessment.

My sifu (“W.D. Gann Master”) said 1937=2007 in this pattern. I have a different view. Yesterday, I discovered the 2 Planets which influenced the US Markets from 1928 to 1937 are here again from 2007 to 2020.

Based on my discoveries, understanding and interpretation of W.D. Gann's Secrets, below is my Stock Market Roadmap to 2017.

more + links + graph:
This is even worse than what I originally posted. Thanks. Glad I don't live there.
Hey Snafu heres the video to the story you posted

Great video / info. Here's one I heard a few yrs back. Really opened my eyes to these ubiquitous technologies that we don't , for the most part, give a second thought to.


Hear, hear!
Australia/NZ / Commonwealth Bank Rate announcement
« Last post by Nym Net on March 16, 2017, 07:22:18 PM »

Commonwealth Bank has today announced an increase in its Interest Only Investment Variable Home Loan rates and Viridian Line of Credit products effective Monday 3 April 2017:

- Interest Only Variable Home Loan Interest Rates will increase by 0.12% per annum for Investment Home Loans.

- The new Interest Only Standard Variable Rate for investors will be 5.68% per annum.

- There are no changes to Interest Only home loan interest rates for Owner Occupied Home Loans.

- Viridian Line of Credit rates will increase by 0.04% p.a. to 5.82% p.a. :-*

- Equity Unlock for Seniors and business rates remain unchanged.

Why is Commonwealth Bank increasing interest rates for Interest Only Investment Variable Home Loan rates and Viridian Lines of Credit?

We are making these changes to ensure we continue to meet our regulatory requirements and ensure the long-term sustainability of the Australian home loan market.

General News/Discussion / Re: Japan Is Over - Fukushima, How & Why It Happened
« Last post by Snafu on March 14, 2017, 10:14:22 PM »
"So that was 3 maybe 4 seals? Sad but hardly a mass die-off.

The thing I find most disturbing about these reports is we don't usually see what is reported. It's one thing to say X amount of birds, seals etc, but we don't see photoes of that."

That’s because it’s coming from local MSM stations. Yep, you got it, FAKE NEWS.

And your last video on Fukushima, I was afraid most people wouldn’t watch it so I took some notes during the movie. This pretty much sums it up.

1. People are dumber than anyone can imagine.
2. Real Estate in Fukushima is bargain basement prices.
3. It doesn’t matter where you are, Governments lie.
4. That bowl of radioactive GMO soy sure looked yummy.
5. Quote from resident “In 20 years or so, nature will take its course, Namie will disappear.” (probably melt)
6. The good news is, if you’re going to live there, you don’t have to worry about smoking.

Damn, I wish I lived in your world NYM, mine sucks.

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