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Vibration is a relationship. Successful application of law of vibration principles, regardless of the field of study, begins with identifying the unique components of the vibrational relationship and then studying each individually (and in combination), to the point of understanding. In general, this is not an easy task. The purpose of this site is to expose the reader to the elemental components of the law of vibration found in our chosen field of interest . . . ‘Price Vibration in the Markets‘.

Building knowledge in this field is a step by step additive process. Your success in understanding these law of vibration principles, their relationship with each other, their relationship with time, and your relationship with them, will lead you down the path to your ultimate goal . . . ‘Success in Trading‘.

(V)ibration (:=f) is defined as a function of (the relationship of [ (M)omentum, (F)riction, (T)ime, (V)ectors, (G)nomonics,(W)ave(D)ynamics] across (F)ractals, and (Y)ou).                      [ . . . Next]

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