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Victor Niederhoffer: The Joys of Technical Analysis

Bonds so very narrow. What does it signify from a counting point of view? As stated the main thing that's wrong with technical analysis besides that it asks the wrong questions, and doesn't take account of variability, and doesn't consider ever changing cycles, is that it has no way of testing whether something works or doesn't. So it's a ugly brouhaha of half truths, falsities, and gems all mixed together with no way of sorting the good from the bad.