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March 03, 2009



Just because something turns out to be wrong, doesn't mean it didn't have much to back it up. It was a good post, and presented good arguments. Patterns seem like they ought to have been completely predictable once they're fully formed - they almost always conform to what technical analysis predicts. But when only half the data is there, guessing just which pattern is forming is very challenging.

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