I’m back …

Wow, it’s been – basically – a year since my last post.

I’ve been helping my friend Whiz over at http://www.topgunoptions.com providing market commentary and posting charts – kind of like here. It was fun … if your interested in learning options, consider doing some training or signing up for one of his services – he’s good and the training is also …

Bottom line, as I took an inventory of 2022 I realized I had WAY TOO MUCH going on and my focus was being consumed by so many irons in the fire. Bottom line is I just needed to cut some stuff out and TGO was one of them …

I’ll be doing my normal posting – on my timeline – from time to time. If you remember, sometimes there are a flurry of posts and other times nothing … is what it is. This blog is free folks! 🙂

Also, am thinking of putting together a training course so if that is something of interest, drop me a line about some thoughts and what you or peeps you know might want …

Here’s to 2023 and, folks, get out your tinfoil hats …let’s do this.

Author: BART

BART is a CMT and an expert a "advanced" pattern recognition used w/in the intermarket analysis discipline. He's also an accomplished Business Development Executive providing solutions to a myriad of business markets.

7 thoughts on “I’m back …”

  1. Thanks for the lifeline!! Loved you on TGO and look forward to continuing to follow! Would love to do a training course. I’m ok with basic support & resistance etc but would love more on your magic numbers!

  2. Suggestion for training: T i m e. How to T i m e. Seems it’s the thing most don’t focus on/or figure out.

  3. Hey Bart – there are a lot of Elliott Wavers out there – but you take it to the next level with your own secret sauce – and in doing so remove a lot of the uncertainty and options that you typically encounter with pure Elliott Wave. I have truly missed you – WELCOME BACK!!

  4. Training classes sound great. I’ve been down so many rabbit holes…Connie Brown, Michael S Jenkins, Robert E Grant, Gann, Fibonacci and Eliott Wave and on…it would be nice to have a step-by-step study guide to put these in order for the best way to learn how they all build upon each other.

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