Hidden Geometry combined with Innovative Physics

How Can Innovative Physics and Geometry be used in Forex, Stock and Futures Trading?

 

Roger Babson, the founder of Babson Business College, developed innovative geometry techniques that are used in Forex trading in addition to stock and futures trading.  His little known innovative geometry techniques, are used to forecast the markets, are based upon Newton's third law of motion. More about that below.

Recently Ron Jaenisch discovered and tested the New Andrews Pitchfork Indicator. As you understand how it works in the video (click here) you will quickly understand that it works due to Newtons third law of motion.

What is probably best about it is the simplicity and that it is not optimized. Even though it can be applied to almost anything traded, here it is mostly applied to the Stock Indices and the Treasury Bond and Note Indices.

The indicator value goes from Plus 4 to Minus 4, on most days it is zero. The video  shows you how the indicator and the market did in the past. Obviously the results impressed us and it could behave differently in the future. However in the video it is shown how it behaved during nasty sideways moves and during a strong up and down moves.

The indicator is caluclated early in the morning, around mid day and after trading is over, in NY. The daily update is commented upon in the free precisiontrader discussion group (see new? on left). Daily updates are on one of various web pages..........this one.....and......www.andrewspitchfork.com or others.  The locations are switched regularly and to know the location please join the free precisiontrader yahoo group on the NEW? link page.

Jan 28 close.........today there was a low 1 which is good for a day or more in terms of a move. Since the higher number was a 3+1+1 the down move is still strongest.

It was Brenner’s book and a book by Henry Hall, How money is made in securities investments, that Roger Babson Innovative use of the principals of Physics, brought with him to an important meeting with his old friend, Professor Swain. It was Professor Swain that originally introduced him to the idea of applying Newton’s third law of motion to investing.

It was Professor Swain that worked with Roger Babson to come up with a composite chart called the Babson Chart. Based upon Newton’s Law of Action and Reaction, he assumed that after a depression area, equal in area to the preceding area of prosperity, had developed, another area of prosperity would be due. He wrote "In making these studies we took cognizance primarily of the shape of the areas.”

At the time Babson was doing his research the most difficult task was getting reliable data and placing them into charts in order to perform his innovative physics and geometry analysis. In contrast, today accurate data and charts are accessible by anyone with internet access.

In his autobiography, Roger Babson admitted that the most challenging part of utilizing Innovative Physics, was the application of Innovative Geometry. It was the application of Innovative geometry that resulted in the success of Roger Babson techniques.

Roger taught his Innovative Geometry and Physics techniques at the meetings of  the Gravity Research Foundation. The stone marking the location of the meetings may be seen below.

The first person to attend the meetings was Alan Hall Andrews, best known for the Andrews Pitchfork. Roger taught Andrews, Sigorsky, Birdseye and others how to know when Forex, futures and stock markets would have temporary and long term reversals.

Alan Andrews Contribution to Innovative Physics

Alan Andrews was discussing the Babson Innovative Geometry and Physics techniques in a college class at the University of Miami. He suggested that he needed something additional to make the techniques work better. One of his students suggested using the Median Line. The median line along with the two parallel lines are now known as the Andrews Pitchfork.

Several years later Alan taught a course which is now offered as the Advanced  Andrews Course. 

Over time reversal indicators were found by researchers that took the course from Alan Andrews. Today individuals that would like to learn the Andrews Babson Reversal Indicator take the Advanced Andrews Course and are able to do extensive research with the Expanded Andrews Course material.

Below is an S&P chart with a present day example.

Prior to the plunge we posted a chart with what appears to be an Andrews Pitchfork in mid air.

 

The resulting down move went to the last line in the mid-air Andrews pitchfork.

Then near the low point of the move an Andrews ORE reversal indicator came was visible  and resulted in being able to buy confidently.

 

Utilizing Roger Babson Innovative Physics and Geometry techniques is not a one size fits all.

As you can see in the above weekly S&P chart, the area of the low on 9/11 in 2001 and the subsequent low was predictable by the proper use of the Innovative Physics and Geometry techniques.