Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets– a book about how to apply Astro and Geometry in trading
The trading book Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets , published in 1935 and was written by L.J.Jensen, is a true classic that combines two of the best practical books on financial astrology ever written in one volume. Most of the material in Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets was published in three copyrighted brochures from 1935 and 1938. Over fifty years of study, research, and actual application of his concepts to the stock and commodity markets have shown that L.J.Jensen is one of the greatest astro economic analysts. A very interesting book on two subjects: astro and geometry applied to markets. Although planetary work is not suitable for the beginner due to the complexity of the content, the geometrical part of the book Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets is quite easy to understand.
The textbook Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets consists of a total of 4 sections: Section I provides an introduction to applications of work of what is called astro cycles. The sources for the trading book Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets are the long-established astronomical orbits of the large planets in this small niche in the universe that encompasses the Earth’s solar system. of the material in Section II was a reference book for a notebook to present the main procedures and elements of the application of the astro cycle to worldly matters.Public psychology, business cycles, price fluctuations in speculative commodity and securities markets, wars, famines, major climate trends, etc. have innumerable clues to answer this concept. However, Section II of Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets does not purport to provide all the answers to modern problems. , it provides a means for a well-hidden period of truth that could lead to a safe base for those conscientious enough to examine and test the data. This approach infuriates those who proudly claim that nature has no design, purpose or purpose. The form of continuity no longer worried me more than fifty years ago. Section III takes some of the basic factors from Section II and applies them to a system that is time-price coupling. It’s a simple market price chart. The final Section of the trading book Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets will be the wrap up to help traders rethink back to the amount of knowledge they have learnt from L.J.Jensen.
Learn more about L.J.Jensen
The trading book Astro-Cycles and Speculative Markets is being written by the author named L.J.Jensen and it is being published by WD Gann Inc – a company that specialize in works related to the infamous trader W.D.Gann. L.J.Jensen – his full name would be Luther James Jensen, worked for George E. Liggett and Associates of New York around 1930 and then moved to the Kansas City, Missouri area. There L.J.Jensen opened the Kansas City Bureau of Economic Research, which had been in business for over 25 years. In 1935 L.J.Jensen wrote the book “Astrocycles and Speculative Markets”, which was based primarily on the aspects of transit and the horoscopes of the companies. During the 1940s L.J.Jensen wrote an astro-financial column entitled “Market Perspective” which was published in American Astrology magazine. L.J.Jensen was an amateur radio operator and taught wireless codes at Washington and Jefferson College during World War II. From 1957 until his retirement in 1971 he worked at B.Christoph and company
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