Jesse Livermore did it with a crude spreadsheet. William Delbert Gann did it with astronomy and astrology. Steven Cohen does it by "getting the information first." Those who say the markets cannot be predicted, cannot predict it. Those who say the trader's Grail does not exist, has never found it. The actions of a lone individual are difficult to predict. The actions of a crowd are much simpler. Think of a crowd as an evolving glob of energy. Ever been to a stadium and could feel the anticipation of the crowd? That's energy in motion and it can be captured and analyzed. How? With radio science. Audiology. Take the frequency and amplitude of waves and dissect it into certain fractals. Apply an audio based algorithm to the pattern and it will tell you the frequency and amplitude of where the next energy wave is going. Simple as that. Have you ever seen an indicator that is so bad it's good? An indicator that is always always wrong you just toss it in the trash. Or do you? Just fade its signals. It says buy at the top or sell at the bottom. That's the confirm for the wave analysis. Works best on a 10 minute frame. See you all at the bank!