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Chaos Clinic Recap

Here are Al's comments
2:04 looks to me like we are flat to up a bit into the close; I'm done for the day; see you next week; take a course
1:55 out -.5; not going
1:44 stop to 1155 -needs to make new lows to get a following
1:37 selling 1153.5 stop 1156
1:36 looking weaker
1:24 a bit of energy on the Mercury timeline; coming to Venus timeline just after next trade time
1:20 volatility has gone from bad to pathetic
1:07 congesting between the Mercury +M000 and Venus +V000 flux lines
1:03 little blip up the Sun timeline; solar noon is now 1:00 due to daylight time
12:56 the 110 EXMA has stopped the last two minor rallies - may get a second down thrust today, but
these are rare on Fridays
12:51 updated my fireball chart in CCT Room
12:30 guess I didn't miss much - ate breakfast, shoveled a bit of snow, and watched our squirrels cavorting
11:53 I'm going to pass on the second trade and take a break -first trade was good; don't want to force a second one in a congestion
11:48 posted a Fractal of Pi chart in the CCT Room
11:43 price square time suggests this 13 point move will take 13/3 = 4.33 hours to be "digested"
11:37 next trade time may not give a good setup-had a thrust, now expect congestion, probably into last trade time
11:36 covered at 53 for +6.5
11:31 Iwill cover at 12:00 if still in
11:22 from the high, this is move 6 of 7 down -looking for a move 7 to cover on
11:18 down to the equinox price -Sun H+000
11:17 great "Two Moon Day" - can go Moon to Moon, or Moon, Noon, Moon
11:16 stop to 1155-will just ride this one
11:14 there is the M+000
11:12-new lows-15 point range is 1150; stop to 1156
11:06 tracking green +Tide
11:03 stop to 1157.25 -last high - 20 EXMA rolled over
10:53 stop to 1157.75, .5 above last minor high
10:48 stop to 1159 - at least cover commissions; here watching how the 20 EXMA behaves-if it just flattens, more to come
10:31 hit resistance at the start of this move on the M+045 flux-should hit the M+000 flux near 1153
10:27 testing yesterday's low
10:24 stop to 1159.5- break even
10:16 I have posted a Fireball chart in the Certified Chaos Trader's Room, open to all graduates of my
four main courses-see -> Courses for more details
10:09 stop to 1161
10:02 broke the Moon flux -sold 1159.5 stop 1162 on 20/110 crossing
9:53 on the MTRainbow chart support came on the white 440 EXMA
9:46 and the Sun +45; spent a lot of time yesterday morning treading water on these
9:45 down to the Mercury+45 electric field flux on the SPSunMoonMer chart
9:38 today is a "two moon day", with the Moon T90 timeline early and the T0 timeline late in the day
Often volatile and one way, but today tempered by the equinox, March Madness distraction, and Spring break
9:34 early buying-suggests 10:07 is a high
9:15 preoutcry up a bit -trade times today 10:07 12:01 13:55
9:00 Good morning from Chaos Manor

Besides the comments made by Al, the chat room is has live
comments from other traders who sometimes share their views,
trades and tips. Below are the chat room comments from this clinic

3/19/2010 12:52:16 PM MT TG****:: Correction: orbital period 27.321662 days. Rotational period also 27.321662 days. Wild that it matches so closely so that we always see just the one side.
3/19/2010 12:28:31 PM MT TG****:: I read some of the "Who Built The Moon Reviews" at Amazon. One oddity I had never heard before was that the moon's rotation matches it's 29.5 day orbit of earth and that's why we only see one side of it.
3/19/2010 12:08:39 PM MT TG****:: Have a great weekend Al.
3/19/2010 8:44:00 AM MT Al****:: TG: the book I wrote about covers the current theory and reveals its gaping holes . And yes, the odds of us have perfect total solar eclipses is about zero. No other known bodies have the makings for one.
3/19/2010 8:21:44 AM MT EOE:: Looks like we're bouncing on Support 1.
3/19/2010 7:44:42 AM MT TG****:: Hi Al, re: moon interesting facts, I believe the generally accepted theory by mainstream scientists on how the moon came to be is that the earth in its infancy was struck by a large stray object that sent a large mass of molten into orbit and it coalesced into the moon. What always seemed like an odd coincidence is that the distance of the moon from earth, its orbit and its size allow for it to give complete solar eclipses. I don't believe any other planets moons in the solar system are positioned to do that.
3/19/2010 7:42:41 AM MT mm****:: also: triple witch - or even quadruple
3/19/2010 7:10:43 AM MT Al****:: GM all-good luck today, and second the TGIF
3/19/2010 7:01:56 AM MT EOE:: GM everyone, TGIF.
3/19/2010 6:07:08 AM MT mm****:: gm all - have a great day

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