Those of you who frequent the more sinister threads on ET have already seen teaser references to a new strategy trading tool called Liberace levels. I emphasize that this is not TA, it is voudoun. But it is far less absurd than some approaches here based on imaginary events which pass for strategies. These are hard numbers, folks. Unlike other strategies which lack precision, the accuracy of this one is easy to assess. As you are aware, I give all of my new neo-TA inventions joke names. That is to assure that no one takes them seriously, much less uses them. Hence I named this approach Liberace levels, not only as a pun on Fibonacci, but also as a bow to their musical origin. The tool is based on the eternal harmonies of the universe as represented by the Western harmonic musical scale, in this case the major scale. You will recall from "The Sound of Music": whole step whole step half step whole step whole step whole step half step. Don't make me sing it to you. This makes twelve half steps in the well-tempered major scale as defined by J.S. Bach, where a half step of an octave is successive powers the twelfth root of two. Taking the ratio of each step to twelve, we derive the six Liberace levels: 0.1666etc. 0.3333etc. 0.4166etc. 0.58333etc. 0.75000etc. 0.91666etc. You will note that these must be mathemagically valid retrace levels, as five of the six are accidental transcendental numbers. You may feel free to calculate them out to the precision required to calculate any given retrace to the tick or minimum price increment of the instrument you trade, a task somewhat facilitated by the repeating nature of the last digits, which I believe even the dumbest ETer can master (and you know who you are). I emphasize that these levels are to be used only in bull markets. The minor scale (which see) is used for Bear markets. I leave it as an exercise to the student to calculate the bear Liberace levels.