Jun

20

 A few years ago we had a nice discussion about bridges, their engineering and structure, and how this might relate to market models. Looking at the recent market structure reminded my of the Brooklyn Bridge with a three-day suspension in the middle and two nice towers on either side, a common structure both in rhythm, elevation, and construction. A nice symmetry. The idea is that the market exerts similar forces and results in comparable structures.

Yesterday, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony was in the air. Da da da, dum. Seems like a fairly common market rhythm, and in fact it is.


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