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George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis: Trading Systems of a Market Master by Ed Carlson

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Chapter 8. Key Dates

“This whole timing method depends on locating the key date correctly on the chart.”1George Lindsay

This chapter examines Lindsay’s approach to locating the origin of the 107-day interval, the date from which we count forward 107 days. Lindsay referred to the origin as the key date. The targeted date for the high of the advance is 107 days after the key date. The true date containing the ultimate, intraday high of the advance is assumed to lie within a time window that extends 5 days on either side of the target date. Thus, the true date may lie anywhere from 102 days to 112 days from the key date. Somewhere in this 5-day window is the top of the recent advance. If this target date is not confirmed by Low-to-Low-to-High ...

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