aka Jean Paul Outlier II
This is getting comically embarrassing, since somewhere deep inside – and I know, this I cannot hide – I know the right answers.
so let’s erase & rewind
when things line up according to the book,
The terminal of Wave 2 sets up an extreme both on RSI and Stochastics that the Wave 4 can set up a continuation divergence against.
This Outlier was not the droids you were looking for. In fact – Oh Riviera – his name was Oliver Oliveira. He wasn’t from the Wave 4th Squad, but from the 4th Brigade of the Wave 3rd Squadron, my pardon, padre.
Flag Leg count thus goes like this:
Not sure what to make of the This Time It’s Different mentality other than it has to be something genetic.
conclusion: play it by the book, not by the ear
that’s the ticket to beat the high rollers, i.e.:
I had no time for this at work, but see for yourself if what I said stands for the last 5-wave structure down>
i>12 && RSI2[i]>RSI2[i+1] && RSI2[i]>RSI2[i-1] && RSI2[i]>80 && RSI2[i]<97 && RSI2[i]<RSI2[ArrayMaximum(RSI2,28,i+2)] && RSI2[ArrayMaximum(RSI2,28,i+2)]>90 && RSI2[i]> RSI2[ArrayMaximum(RSI2,10,i+2)] && RSI2[ArrayMaximum(RSI2,10,i-12)]<RSI2[i]
& thus RSI2 Brindizzi was born
the development can’t stop, won’t stop