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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 13. Counts from the Middle Section

“The first original idea I ever had on the stock market remains the best. In 1950, I published a copyrighted pamphlet ‘An Aid to Timing’ which introduced the concept of the ‘Middle Section.’ The pamphlet sold well and I received so many letters that I was encouraged to start a market letter of my own the following year on a capital of $600. Since I have never been a big advertiser, it is remarkable that I have lasted in the business for 23 years. I could never have done it without this method. In all the years since then, I have mentioned the principle [of the Middle Section] only once in my advisory letter. Counts from the Middle Section are my prize way of calculating time in the market.”1George ...

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