Christopher L. Carolan, "The Spiral Calendar and Its Effect on Financial Markets and Human Events"
New Classics Library. | 1993 | ISBN: 0932750214 | 159 pages | PDF | 4,9 MB
Summary: A great beginning, but not yet complete
Chris Carolan's Spiral Calendar brings to light the undeniable discovery that important market moves can be linked together in time using a more natural, and therefore more efficient time system based on Fibonacci and our own moon. By "more efficient" I mean "more efficient than man-made time units."
This is one of those books where you will need to read it once over, put it away for a few days, then read it again in order to be able to fully grasp everything that is being said. It can get pretty complicated at some points, but Chris does his best to display the information and explain things in a way that makes the most sense.
Yes, as a previous reviewer pointed out, some of the systems have not yet been perfected. You must understand that this is only the tip of the iceberg for a completely new way of looking at not only market behavior but the world around us. Chris lays the basic foundation for what I hope one day will be pursued as a real supplement to market forecasting, especially Elliott Wave (and if no one else does, I am, so it'll get done one way or another).
In a way, this book may be the modern day equal to the R.N. Elliott's original writings back in the 30's; a great discovery but very much in its infancy.
So this book is about as "complete" as you can get because it tells pretty much all that is currently known on the subject at this time.
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