The FOG - my take

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The FOG - my take

Post by NDscorpini » Fri Feb 14, 2020 11:58 pm

Hi All,
This is going to be my last post for a while. I am going to concentrate on trading. It is coming up on my 1 year anniversary on taking the Chicago seminar. Right before I went I was at a sticking point in my trading. If I didn't make a breakthrough I was thinking about quitting the Gann material. I was fresh out of ideas.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAcXcuB9jCg

This is my favorite quote from T.D. season 2. I'll paraphrase - people get tired but pain is inexhaustible. Trying to solve for Gann will definitely break "lesser men." For example, I bought the FOG course from Dr. Al somewhere between 2005-2008. I asked him for a week's worth of charts in advance of the trading day. His response was something like don't bother me until you've found 50 FOG centers. So I inferred that either he couldn't do it himself or it was more art than science. I put that drawing tool on the back burner until very recently. I was reviewing two books from NCC. There was one chapter on octave shells and another on gravity centers. Then it hit me, focus on getting the circles correct and everything else will fall in place.

Check out the screenshots I 100% set them up before the trading day. It is hard to figure out but not impossible. There are 4 people I admire from the 1930's
1. W.D. Gann
2. Royal Raymond Rife
3. Nikola Tesla
4. Ed Leedskalin
In other words, free money, disease free, free energy and possible anti-gravity. If you go to https://www.pdfdrive.com/ you can do a free download of Suppressed Inventions. R.L Pool wrote a book where he theorized Ed was using astrological alignments to help him move the giant stones. The seemingly impossible can be done people you just can't quit!!!
Best wishes,
NDscorpini
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