Every market has it's own rhythm and each day as
more information is added, the
is a daily chart from U.S. Treasury Bond 30 Year Yield
or (^TYX) - Charted 3/6/2011
this information projection arcs can be calculated by first choosing
starting point and allowing the proprietary program to search for
results are then displayed using a randomized brush width and color
what would happen if the program were allowed
find all of the available arcs from the data it has?
is the result)
underlying market graph is no longer represented in the graphic,
has become something else.
as the positioning can be changed, so can the color combinations.
the size of the brush strokes randomly change
reproducing the same picture twice.
one captured moment in time many different perspectives
the same information can be made.
of these pictures were created by some underlying force(s) in the market(s)
That force is the price of any
stock, commodity or
the black line running through the middle of the graphic
is “The Art of Markets”
not only colorful - it shows one where the possible turning
points in the market could be.
“The Art of Markets” reflects
the supply and demand curve of any market at any time.
arcs are created by the participants in the market and are
their expectations of the future price of that market
is a Monthly chart of ^TYX or U.S. Treasury Bond 30 Year Yield.
is a Weekly chart of ^TYX or U.S. Treasury Bond 30 Year Yield.
is a Daily chart of ^TYX or U.S. Treasury Bond 30 Year Yield.
not telling you where the market's going , but the arcs will!
Arc Concept, Math and Logic Created by Lee Kus
And a special thanks to Linda Casol Turner for
teaching me how to work with market data.
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