Quickly skimmed. Any videos where the day wasn't a huge trend day?
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Found this on the www.harmonictrader.com Website. It is a book by Scott Carney, which he offers as a free download, so it is not an illegal copy. It has 300 pages, and I just read the first 200 in 10 minutes. The information content is not very dense. I might take some more time for the last 100 pages, as they present harmonic patterns, and I am interested in his views. In my opinion the book does not favorably compare with the books of Carolyn Boroden and Robert Miner.
Scott Carney has also recently published two books on Harmonic Trading with FT press, so it should not be crap.
Attached: PDF-File. I had to zip it, because it exceeds the allowed 20 MByte for PDF files.
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Certainly not miles better but close to identical. Seems that Mark Braun worked for Carolyn Boroden, who herself learned her trades from Robert C. Miner. Robert C. Miner is the original, and I think his work is superior, as he points out the importance of combining fibonacci methods with momentum trading.
I saw that Mark Braun uses the CCI as a supplementary tool. Makes sense.
Just to clarify something. The original post was regarding a webinar on Fibs on the Price and Time axis done in the way that Carolyn does it. It wasn't an endorsement regarding her trading room or her. It wasn't meant to start a debate as to who is better or whatever. Many methods work and the same methods fail. What works for some may not work for others. This was an inexpensive way to learn something that may be of interest. That's all.
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