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On May 27, 2003, General Electric shares closed at $27.42. The simple method revealed in this extraordinary book projected on that day that a high of $31.66 would be achieved on June 17th. 3 weeks later, on June 17th, as projected, GE reached an intraday high of $31.66. This high marked an important intermediate turning point which was not exceeded for months. This method may be applied to ANY active market, whether stocks, futures, or indices, in ANY time frame. Imagine the value of having the knowledge of how to make similar projections of price and time targets in the markets you trade! Publisher's note: The material in this book should be construed strictly as a trading "tool" and not as a standalone method. Combined with your existing methodology, it can add a valuable new dimension to your trading acumen and expertise.
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John "Steve" Stevenson (born 1930) is a British writer who, under the pen name Marcus van Heller, wrote erotic fiction for the Traveller's Companion series of Olympia Press publisher (1955-1961).
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