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3:23 Reflector Vector

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March 04, 2009 – Comments (3)

As I write this it is 3:23 EST....I will elaborate below....

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#1) On March 04, 2009 at 3:40 PM, alstry (36.49) wrote:

A reflector vector is a slightly convex formation backed by a thin layer of physical silver.  It is the only formation known to stop the spector vector's translucent nature and its ability to blast through the floor.

Unlike the spector vector which has independent mobility, the reflector vector is stationary but is invisible to spector vector formations and blocks any passage by the spector vector. 

Some directionally postive spector vector formations could clearly be seen this afternoon but a top crowning reflector vector is likely going to prove difficult to blow througt at about 6700.  If the spector vector moves around the reflector, than we could easily see a party around 6800 to 6900.

If the reflector creates a connector and develops a reversal rejector the spector could inverse and 6500 is the next resting point.

At this point, we are studying the vector spectrums carefully and trying to ascertain whether we are in a sector of postive spectors or negative spectors.  Either way, there is no cieling or floor for those nasty buggers because of their translucent.  But for the reflectors, the spectors could create some nasty volitility.

As we speak it appears that the reflectors will form a top formation between 6700 and 6750 and the positive spectors will be stopped in their tracks.  But watch out.....a slew of negative spectors are ready to invert the reflector and blow through any 6500 floors to a new sector around 6369.

It will be interesting to see how this plays out....in the process please avoid getting slimed.

Time now 3:40 PM EST

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#2) On March 04, 2009 at 4:21 PM, givmeabreak (29.15) wrote:

Mr. Ripley, why are you so passive aggressive? Be a man and just call Goodvibe out directly. You talk a big game, but show weakness by playing word games and being passive aggressive.

And spare me the guff that I am a follower/worshiper of GV. I think a lot of folks on CAPS are too full of themselves lately.

You talk up a big crash last week, followed by your big prediction on Friday that you got wrong by a lot (you said -500, it was -130ish), and then gave yourself an extra day to get closer to your call. Still got it wrong, and today we are up pretty good. So, I guess Ripleynomics is a poor short-term indicator...

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#3) On March 04, 2009 at 4:32 PM, alstry (36.49) wrote:

Please read my next blog.....we will have to see....won't we????

Most traditional technical analysts are calling for a rally.....Alstrynomics is calling just the opposite at 3:23 EST today..........

Why are you so mean???...Alstry is not mean to anyone....Alstrynomics calls it as it sees it.......and right now it sees the next move is 500 MORE points to the downside after today's 100 point reversal.

At the end of the day....the points speak volumes.

Alstrynomics has rocketed into the top twenty of CAPs in about a year.  Alstry is not looking for anyone to follow him.......to compare Alstrynomics techno fundementals to traditional technical analysis is really an embarassment to Alstry.

When you can score like Alstry with such few picks...at that point you will have earned the respect to challenge Alstry.  At this point, you are simply an Alstry wanna be........

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