Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Alert UPDATE amendment

for those who subscribe and got todays's update, I want to amend my timing by saying, after reviewing some GAP analysis, I might need to extend my window period ONE Week.
The rest of the sequence remains as I published it.

DG

The Most Dangerous Time

WHITEOUT ! ! !

Traveling in a white-out is probably the most dangerous time I have experienced in ground or air travel. Combine that with intense auroral activity in an aircraft and you might as well fly blindfolded. More commonly you start out down the road with a threat of a storm, but you must go, or so you think. The visibility keeps reducing. Fingers of snow snake across the road in ground blizzards, but pretty soon you are trying to navigate by the shoulder markers, and as the light grays out, they disappear. If all you have is ditches on either side of you, well that’s not as bad as being on Eagle Summit, with a 1,700 foot drop off when you steer off the shoulder. One vehicle operator I knew had sufficient concern for his personal safety, to exit his vehicle in ZERO VISIBILITY to crawl down the road to find the chain marks in the glare ice road surface, so he could maintain a safe distance from the shoulder. One driver’s body, who apparently did not, was recovered from an Alaska Dept. of Transportation Plow Truck, about a mile down the 30% incline, reduced to half height by the one mile roll over after roll over down the rock slope. The case is this: If you have sufficient regard for your safety, personal or financial or otherwise, you are a survivor. If you take in the Torrents of Text, and it doesn’t have horse sense for you, you might have to get down and find out where the chain marks on the road warn you away from danger

Because we are in choppy bottom area, as to TA and such, you might as well be flying up north, in a auroral storm, watching your instruments spin uselessly round and round.
Any number of alternate methods can work, but you have to have practiced using them before the time at hand REQUIRES you use them.


And now, was it a flag unfurling from a flag pole, or was it a rising wedge ? Apparently to have a bearish signal, according to basic short term Japanese Candlestick theory, or so I am told, you must have a sign at the top of a rise. Therefore, I saw it as a Rising Wedge. Apparently the flag never unfurled, nor was run up the flagpole. Not that the flag is at half mast, for, we are now at not one but perhaps three or four confluences of cycles and tides which are pulling Gold, and hence all Gold derivatives, hither, thither and yon. Combining time cycles, price cycles and money flows, soon my accounts will be long gold and gold related issues and stay long for awhile.


The Energy Complex isn’t that far off these marks, but will require slightly differing timing. “Your actions demonstrate your beliefs.” IF I am riding the First Wave, and there is a Second Wave, my trail stops will take me out profitably. If I am riding the Second Wave, my trail stops will take me out profitably. I am of two minds as to whether this the First or Second Wave, but am playing it the same way for both.

Because we are in choppy bottom area, as to TA and such, you might as well be flying up north, in a auroral storm, watching your instruments spin uselessly round and round.
Any number of alternate methods can work, but you have to have practiced using them before the time at hand REQUIRES you use them.

Those receiving Alert UPDATES will get notice in a timely manner, and my associated accounts will be pre-positioned before the move [ as I know them to be ] actually get underway. I act pre-emptively & pro-actively, rather than trying to react to changes. As I opined before, the TREND is NOT your FRIEND, when IT ENDS.

DG

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