Hello Hottentot,just finished napping number 3 in the Irish Lincoln.Number 2 won the race!!!.Expletive Deletive!!. After over 100 hours of crunching maths i miss out by one!!!!!. Anyway,it is described in the Elliott wave that if you say that 201 is wave one,you need a second wave  followed by a third,and the fourth wave which is down CANNOT close lower than wave one .Therefore it cannot be a 5 wave upmove.The third wave was too short anyway.It looks now like typical 3 wave correction move. Anyway we shall see.Hope you had a good kip.For me the same is happening with the horses.It's always the one above my selection.Very suspicious.
pipedreamer , this post of mine is a bit late or a bit early depending on whether you're getting up atm. or in my case just coming in atm. (lol) ~~~ Your Elliot Wave analysis may well be correct , i really have no idea as i'm not into Elliot Waves at all as i think i have mentioned in past posts . .My post was purely about simple moves up and moves down within the obvious uptrend channel that began from the jan 2016 bottom ~~~ I've just used a bit of poetic license ( if you like) in calling them waves up and waves down ~~~ Not knocking Elliot Wave Theory if that's what anybody wants to use , but i just find that good old fashioned uptrending and downtrending channels ( along with a bit of support & resistance) give me what i'm after without over complicating everything .~~~
GL sir , i really must get to bed now before i fall asleep at the keyboard !! ~~~
Hello Hottentot,you are most probably a lot better than me with the analysis.But i could be wrong so i'll put my case. Is not the rise to 201 the top of 1,and the pullback to 147 equals 2nd wave and the rise to 218 the 3rd wave.As the fall has penetrated 201 [the top of 1]then it can't be a 5 wave up move. So i thought that all that has happened since 139 looks like a 3 wave corrective wave?.You can analyse a lot better than me,so where have i gone wrong?.Looking forward to your reply as a learning curve for me.You must admit it's a bit foggy at best !!!.. Mystery Man,i missed my chance years ago with the horses .Under the banner,how could i be right and everybody else wrong.And i was right!!!,numerous times,big prices.No confidence,but sometimes once in a blue moon!!. I will post on here 20 mins before the start of the National.Probably the winner in 3 horses,hopefully one.
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Good morning pipedreamer , I could also do with a good tip for the Grand National if you would not mind . My uncle used to bet heavily on horse racing when he was alive and his best day's betting once added up to a staggering £25,000 -00 . Has your record been consistent or do you just have a flutter from time to time as i do and not take it too seriously ?
Hottentot , are you still going to Wetherspoons in Bridgnorth today to the Real Ale Festival ?
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