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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 9. The Low-Low-High Count

“Low-Low-High Counts are usually accurate within a margin of one or two days. This is their point of superiority. Many seem to work to the exact day, or even hour.”George Lindsay

In the Lindsay Timing Method, the Low-Low-High Count (referred to as LLH) is used to confirm the 107-day Top-to-Top count. Using the LLH interval count sharpens up the 107-day count considerably by eliminating less-than-ideal 107-day counts. The concept is quite simple. One begins by first determining the number of days between any two “lows,” then counting forward the same number of days to arrive at a high (see Figure 9.1). “The indicated high may be either the last day up or the first day down.”1 The operative word in Lindsay’s ...

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