Bradley Cowan – Market Science Volumes I & II Square of Twelve & Market Dynamics
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BRADLEY COWAN – MARKET SCIENCE VOLUMES I & II SQUARE OF TWELVE & MARKET DYNAMICS
THIS IS THE THIRD BOOK IN BRADLEY F. COWAN’S COURSE AND CONTINUES THE MATERIAL PRESENTED IN FOUR-DIMENSIONAL STOCK MARKET STRUCTURES AND CYCLES BY APPLYING NON-LINEAR TECHNIQUES AND EXTENDING THEM TO COMMODITIES MARKETS. THE MATERIAL IN THESE BOOKS IS DESIGNED TO DEMONSTRATE UNIQUE AND ACCURATE MARKET MODELING TECHNIQUES THAT HAVE NEVER BEFORE BEEN MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.
This is the third book in Bradley F. Cowan’s course and continues the material presented in Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures And Cycles by applying non-linear techniques and extending them to commodities markets. The material in these books is designed to demonstrate unique and accurate market modeling techniques that have never before been made available to the public.
Publisher:Bradley F. Cowan (1995)
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