Planetary Harmonics of Speculative Markets
Planetary Harmonics of Speculative Markets by Larry Pesavento
Planetary Harmonics is a book for the avid astro analyst. It illustrates advanced techniques of George Bayer as well as theories suggested by Lt. Commodore David Williams. It should be particularly helpful to those traders interested in stock indexes and T. Bonds.
The book proves the validity of planetary harmonics and illustrates hidden Fibonacci ratios. The monographs interspersed throughout the book are written by Byron Tucker. He is a long time friend, student of the market and an experienced successful speculator, he also formerly managed Goldman-Sachs operation at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Provides absolutely phenomenal trend change dates.
Applies George Bayer's Secrets of Forecasting Prices to financial markets
Proves the validity of planetary harmonics
Illustrates hidden Fibonacci ratios.
Taken from the Foreword:
We wrote this book for five primary reasons, not including the profit motive. First, the financial community has become more receptive to the possibility of a connection between planetary events and price activity (fear and greed). Second, George Bayer was virtually unknown for more than 40 years and now is the time that this man's research into astro-harmonics should become part of the public domain. Third, to illustrate the power and accuracy of planetary harmonics and stimulate your thoughts on the subject. Fourth, it allows us to shar some of our continuing research and build a network of very intuitive traders with some incredible approaches to the market. Fifth, to give you the exact dates of certain events to 1995.
The monographs interspersed throughout the book are written by Byron Tucker. He is a long-time friend, student of the market and an experienced successful speculator. Formerly, he managed Goldman-Sachs operation at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Paperback: 202 pages
Publisher: Traders Press, Inc. (August 1996)
Availability: In Stock - Usually ships the next business day.