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  • i_gotta_have_more_cowbell i_gotta_have_more_cowbell Nov 13, 2012 8:36 PM Flag

    Where's Pete? Meet me in the lab...

    I like to balance right brain / left brain functions, so in an effort to view the subject matter from a different angle, I inverted the chart (peaks become valleys, valleys become peaks). For what practical purpose you ask? Well simply this, I think most of us have a predisposition to see what we want to see, and in order to get my mind around the issue, I forced my self to see the chart from a short position in a round about way.

    I felt that if I could invert the chart and see the new chart as positive (negative relative to original chart), that may have to consider I'm blinded by the stock. Turns out, that upside down, I see the current trend continuing. I'd be curious to know how the inverted chart appears from a short perspective (I know you have long exposure)

    Secondly, while we're at it, I noticed an inverted head and shoulders with a $4 neck line (Oct 26 closing price), if we get around the 4.10-4.15 range tomorrow it will be confirmed, and you'll want to cover the remaining shorts in a hurry. I don't want to try to price it, but I'm sure you know that pattern is reliably bearish or bullish for traditional vs. inverted respectively.

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    • Fundamentals on this one are out the window. Binary occurred, yet secondary binary upcoming with a near, yet unknown timeline. If based solely on the macroeconomic perspective, I see a classic bell curve with a close around 3.42. Based on the unusually light volume this PM, I feel confident in this rationale. But, the other variable for tomorrow will be the CC. I would think this to attribute to a continued slow drop into the closing. I don't expect any high peaks or steep drops tomorrow.

    • from acceleratedlearningmethods

      How we interact with left and right brain functions
      KEY CHARACTERISTICS


      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Turns data from the external world into language. This requires sequential processing wherein data is processed one bit at a time. This is time consuming.* When I began typing this list out, I had to verbalize it in my mind and logically decide how best to present it here. Often, we can see in our mind what we want to say (right brain), but it can become difficult to put it down on paper (left brain).

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Processes information very quickly as images or pictures:* When I started thinking about building this list, all that I know about left and right brain function flooded through my mind in microseconds in the form of images, experiences, music, feelings, etc. The chore is putting it in a form you can understand - that's where the left brain comes in!

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Continuously dumps old information to make room for new.* Unless I "feel" or "see" in my mind what people ask me to do, I often forget the requests and need several reminders. (remember the saying, "In one ear and out the other"?)

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Stores every memory*. Whatever you've experienced: Seen, smelled, felt, heard, tasted, etc. is stored in the cells of your brain, which can be accessed. It's a super-recorder that doesn't require conscious effort. Read this article for more.

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Prefers study notes written line upon line of text.** Common note taking.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Likes a pictorial or diagrammatic format when taking notes during study.** Heard of mind maps? Learn a great accelerated learning method for taking notes. Click here for more info about mind maps.

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Makes us think in logical ways. Take this quiz: You have a blue ball, red ball and yellow ball sitting in front you. You need to pick up two of them. But, if you pick up the blue ball, you can't pick up the red ball. If you pick up the red ball you can't pick up the yellow. So, which two balls can you pick up?
      To solve this, you'll need to access your logical left brain functions.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Makes us think intuitively. A lady friend of mine was a passenger in a car traveling one a hot summer day with the windows down. She told me they pulled up to a stop sign and she immediately got the prompting to roll up her window. So she did, for no apparent logical reason. Just then a bunch of tomatoes came smashing against her window, thrown by some kids out of nowhere. They disappeared just as fast as they appeared. She was startled but soon realized what would have happened had she not acted on her intuition. Go here to find out more about how intuition works.

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Is verbal. My wife's cousin has the gift of telling stories in great detail and can talk for hours on end. He has a solid grasp of left brain verbal communication skills - putting thoughts and experiences to speech in a logical sequence.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is visual. I've had a few conversations with my friend's adolescent son. He's always had great difficulty talking in full sentences to describe anything but as I observe him, I can tell he clearly sees in his mind exactly what he's attempting to communicate. His verbal (left brain) skills are not developed. Ever seen someone staring off somewhere when talking? Ever been on a vacation in your mind?

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Is rational. One night our son got sharp pains in his stomach that didn't seem to subside so we decided to take him to the hospital. I didn't feel panic or concern. My thinking was, "There's no use freaking out. That won't help him through the pain."(He turned out ok - only had some gas stuck in his intestines.)

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is non-rational. Adding to the story from the "rational" left brain column: My wife got very upset and concerned in seeing our son in so much pain. It seems her emotions took over and she couldn't calm down until we found out he was going to be fine. The right brain makes us "feel" and "intuit" situations and people but we need the balance of the left brain rational side to govern our emotions.

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Is analytic. When I put together kit furniture, I have to follow the directions step-by-step and when I don't, I often have pieces left over that I forgot to insert in one of the steps.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is synthetic. In the 1400's, Leonardo da Vinci saw in his mind whole new inventions like the helicopter and single span bridge, which he illustrated in detail. It was not until modern times that these marvels were built. Sci-fi writers have visionary right brain thought. They don't allow their logical left brain to tell them what they're thinking is impossible.

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Has numbering skills. Know any accountants? Left brain all the way!

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Has computer-like math calculation abilities. Sometimes I can add, subtract, multiply or divide large numbers together without thinking. The answer just pops into my mind. Many times, in doubt, I check my answer with a calculator and it's always correct. Read our article about computer-like math calculation.

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Is logical and conscious. Takes in information slowly. Presenting information slowly and repetitiously stimulates the left-brain.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is intuitive and subconscious. Takes in information quickly. Presenting large amounts of information at a fast pace exercises the right brain. See our article about rapid flashing or play our rapid flashing games. Also, read about our subconscious and intuition, a right brain function.

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Is capable of scanning book pages. Most "speed reading" courses I've seen train us to scan pages in blocks in which the subject is committed to memory. This does work but not at nearly the speed of training the right brain and subconscious mind.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is capable of speed-reading. Well, it's not technically speed-reading although it may look like it. When properly trained, we are able to take snapshots of pages, store them in the subconscious mind then instantly retrieve the information from each page in the form of images.* This is taught at the Shichida Child Academies. See our article on right brain training for speed reading ability. Also, check out our right-brain speed reading training cards, games and software!

      THE LEFT BRAIN
      Is practical. Works well under stress.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is emotional. Works well when fully relaxed. See our article on how our well our brain functions operate when relaxed. Also check out our info and products that help you get in the best relaxed state of mind for accelerated learning.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Has perfect pitch. Watch a professional orchestra sometime. How do they all merge their instruments together with such perfection? Thank the senses of the right brain. See our article all about perfect pitch, where it comes from and how to develop it.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is linked to photographic memory. Has the ability to access information in the brain's subconscious memory files on the instant. See our article on what photographic memory is all about and how to develop it.

      THE RIGHT BRAIN
      Is able to acquire multiple languages. Patterns, rhythm, frequencies, tonal sounds, pitch and accents are absorbed and recorded naturally. I know a family whose mother is Swedish and the father is American. At home, they both speak in their native languages. Just by speaking both Swedish and English languages daily, all five of their children can speak these languages fluently at any given time without any confusion or mixing of languages. See our article on how we acquire multiple languages.

 
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