Friday 15 November 2013

The presence of geometric shapes in historical price charts

"People are feeling good,” billionaire collector Eli Broad said in 2010 so
ok maybe that's not nearly the same as negative capability and this crisis
following a 4.4 percent rally it matters the previous
bright coloured boasting just needed a bit of time hierarchy maintenance
away there's nothing to rethink Alice. The exit was always clearly marked
with newspaper clippings almost legible under white encaustic Sun Times
was it 1956 or 1952 at one end of the catenary the trajectory the moving average
eventual downslope falling through a hole in their flag or white numbers rising
because that could be me in one of those black cars is an escalade a car.
And by that we mean that it’s not nominal wealth being threatened anymore.
I spent minutes trying to read without any irritable reaching after fact and reason. Resistance.

"The calming of global financial markets helps global wealth,” said Rommel
T. Dionisio, a New York-based analyst who follows Sotheby’s for Wedbush Securities Inc.

To a technician, the emotions in the market may be irrational, but they exist.
Listen I wouldn't call myself a chartist but if you loosen your tie that shirt fits perfectly
mine never do so who or what do you
envy? Kickstarter? It matters. There will always be
scaffolds. Ladders. Jefferson. Tesla. Support. Another high alpha opportunity.
Teller & Ulam. Turnbull & Asser. Momentum. Whole Foods. Fox News. Lagavulin. Lists. Siege. Debate
about how tall the Freedom Tower is a private company and
the radio is on all the time Alice living in a network of beggars
who owns a radio anymore. They will revert to the mean. We learned
there was a way past the apocalypse of Abstract Expressionism.
It's not a bias. Even though he publicly stated that he supports higher taxes on the wealthy
I'm not attacking the rich in this work. Philanthropy shadows must be a good thing.
"It’s an iconic quintessential masterpiece,” Altman said in a phone interview after the sale.

Also, art is “an anti-currency play,” according to Los Angeles money
manager Jeffrey Gundlach, of DoubleLine Capital LP.