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Reaction Timing

These are dates that appear systematically. If, in a trending market, either up or down, these dates will usually define a vibration or “reaction” in the specific market that allows to add to or enter into a position. Occasionally, these dates can be tops or bottoms of markets or extensions of power in the same direction the market came into the date.

Scale Timing

This indicator is on a scale of zero to 100%. It does not go to 100, nor, does it go to zero. It is common for this indicator to flat-line near tops and bottoms. But, when a turn is registered, both positive and negative, prices will generally move with. However, it is important to understand that this is a “timing” indicator and therefore, prices can kill time.


This is an indicator within the scale timing indicator. While it stands on it’s own, it is used to give an early warning that a change is coming in direction of a specific market.

Natural Timing

These are dates where natural cycles appear. Some, not all, will be tops or bottoms. These cycles are derived from a totally different method than the reaction timing.


Price levels where a specific market may have trouble moving higher for that time period. When we give resistance and support numbers, they can be used for the cash seller to price in cash sales. Or, the trader to sell longs or enter a short position depending what his/her needs may be.


Price levels where a specific market may hold from declining further. For end users, these levels can be helpful in pricing their purchases. For the trader, these levels are good for knowing where to try and buy longs or shortcover.

Phantom Number

The Phantom Number is a number that is derived from a cluster of technical indicators that tends to show the same price or number. They usually appear for only a day but can also exist for several days. If, under the market, the Phantom Number will tend to become support or in a friendly to bullish market, a buying opportunity. If, over the market, the Phantom Number will tend to become resistance especially in a bearish market. I like to use them in this fashion when looking at making cash sales. What is ideal is when they show up on a reaction or cyclic timing day. While nothing in the world of high finance has a guarantee or is perfect, the Phantom Number works quite nicely.


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