Tuesday, June 11, 2013

TOPICS IN ECHOVECTOR ANALYSIS

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CHAPTERS

  1. EchoVector Theory
  2. EchoVector Analysis
  3. EchoVector Pivot Points
  4. The Echo-Back-Date-Time-And-Price-Point (EBDTPP)
  5. Defining the EchoVector
  6. The EchoVector's Slope And 'Momentum'
  7. Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors
  8. Defining The Coordinate Forecast EchoVector
  9. Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors And The Scope Relative And Range Specific "Constellation Of Origins"
  10. Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors: Setting And Defining The Range And Version Of Their Constellation Of Origins: Range and It's Scope Relative Cluster of Pivots.
  11. Econometrically Discovering The Optimum Range And Utility Version Of The Constellation Of Origins For Any EchoVector Of Length X (Using Mathematical and Statistical Approaches and Processes)
  12. Useful Methodologically and Statistically Associated Constellation of Origins Range Settings for the Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors of Particular EchoVector Lengths X And For Multiple EchoVector Lengthed Composites (X Aggregates), And Their PPPs (Potential Pivot Points) And FIOPs (Forecast Interest Opportunity Points -- and/or Periods).
  13. Coordinate Forecast EchoVector Endpoints And Defining The EchoVector Pivot Points
  14. EchoVector XEV B,A Of Length X And Starting Point A And EBDTPP B
  15. The Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors Derived From X-EV B,A And Originating In Range Version C: CF XEV O,PPP
  16. EchoVector XEV B,A Of Length X, Starting Point A, And EBDTPP B With Coordinate Forecast Echovector CFXEV O,PPP
  17. Generating The EchoVector Pivot Points (PPPs & FIOPs) For A Of XEV B,A 
  18. EchoVector Pivot Points And Opportunity
  19. Accounting For Key EchoVectors
  20. Key Echo-Back-Periods and Echo-Back-Time-Points And The Economic Calendar
  21. Key Echo-Back-Periods And Echo-Back-Time-Points And The Earnings Calendar
  22. Key Echo-Back-Periods and Echo-Back-Time-Points And The Political Calendar
  23. Key Echo-Back-Periods And Echo-Back-Time-Points And Central Bank Actions
  24. Key Echo-Back-Periods And Echo-Back-Time-Points And Natural Events
  25. Key Echo-Back-Periods And Echo-Back-Time-Points And World Events
  26. EchoVector Aggregations And The Power Of Stacked (X Aggregates) Time-Frame EchoVector Pivot Points
  27. EchoVector Composite Forces
  28. Calculating Aggregated EchoVector Sums Occuring In Phase
  29. EchoVector Price And Time Pressure Points
  30. Understanding EchoVector Reflection and Recurrence And Their Implications And Opportunities
  31. Understanding EchoVector Echo-Mitigation And Its Implications AndOpportunities
  32. Understanding EchoVector Echo-Amplification And Its Implications And Opportunities
  33. Understanding Forms of EchoVector Divergence And Their Implications And Opportunities
  34. Understanding EchoVector Counter-Valence And The Implications And Opportunities In The Contra-Echo
  35. Understanding EchoVector Pivoting And Its Implications And Opportunities
  36. Understanding EchoVector Support And Its Implications And Opportunities 
  37. Understanding EchoVector Up-Pressure And Price Lift And Its Implications And Opportunities 
  38. Understanding EchoVector Resistance And Its Implications And Opportunities 
  39. Understanding EchoVector Down-Pressure And Price Drop And Its Implications And Opportunities
  40. Understanding EchoVector Horizontal Price To Time And Its Implications And Opportunities
  41. Understanding EchoVector Flex-Point Break-Through And Its Implications And Opportunities
  42. Understanding EchoVector Flex-Point Reversing And Its Implications And Opportunities
  43. Understanding Calendar Re-Sequencing And Subtle EchoVector Phase Shifting And Re-Squaring
  44. Understanding The Import Of Key Time Niches and Price Triangle Compression Fights In EchoVector Analysis And Their Implications And Opportunities 
  45. Understanding The PPP And FIOP (Potential Pivot Point And Forecasted Interest Opportunity Point-- and/or Period) And Their Implications And Opportunities
  46. The Geometry Of EchoVectors, Of Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors, And Of EchoVector Pivot Points
  47. Visual Approach And Analysis: Spotting EchoVectors And Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors In Various Time-Frames Visually
  48. Computational Approach And Analysis: Computing EchoVectors And Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors And Related EchoVector Pivot Points Utilizing Dynamic I/O Modeling and Data Processing
  49. Understanding EchoVectors In Multiple Scopes And Spaces And In Scope Aggregations
  50. EchoVector Definition, Construction, And Calculation
  51. Coordinate Forecast EchoVector Definition, Calculation, And Constuction
  52. EchoVector Pivot Point Definition, Calculation, And Construction
  53. Understanding EchoVectors And The Use Of OTAPS
  54. Understanding OTAPS And OTAPS Alerts
  55. Understanding OTAPS And Key EchoVector Time Pocket Niches And Slopes
  56. Understanding OTAPS And Key EchoVector Time-Price Projections (And Slopes, Slides and Overlays)
  57. Understanding The Active Advanced Management Opportunity Of Low Trade Commission Structures On Advanced Value Protection And Value Advancement Strategies, And On Positioning, And On Position Management Techniques
  58. Understanding The Risk of Time-Exposure And The "Active Vigilance Quotient" In Risk Management And Risk Reduction
  59. Understanding "Traditional Bias" In The Cross-Sectional and Time-Series Comparison Arguments, And The Bias's Logical Flaw
  60. Understanding The Efficient Market Hypothesis and Its Unfortunately Many Nonsensical Usages, Applications, And Real World Mis-Applications 
  61. Understanding The Power And Advantage Of Nimble Direction-Sensitive Reverse-Position-Polarizing And Low-Cost Straddling Techniques In Modern Market Volatility
  62. Understanding The Advantage Of Nimble Direction-Sensitive Stop-Sensitive Dual-Side Derivative Basket Content Switching and Basket Re-Polarizing Techniques In Modern Trading Strategies and Approaches
  63. Understanding The Collection (Modern Carpet Bagging?) Of Accounting Unit Values In Regular And Concerted Market Price Oscillations And (Price Carpet?) Shakeouts Within Modern Market Volatility
  64. Understanding Change, And Both The Change Maker's And The Position Changer's Advantages
  65. Technical Price Tells And The Aggregate Oligopoly of Tellers
  66. The Surfer's Analogy
  67. "Catch A Wave..."
  68. "The Curl's Distinction And Direction..."
  69. "Knowing That Part Of The Beach..."
  70. "Today's Weather, Seasonality, And the Extended Forecast..."
  71. "Tide In, Tide Out..."
  72. The Sailor's Analogy
  73. "Continually Adjusting and Tweaking The Sails And The Rudder To Keep Moving Straight Ahead (And At An Optimum Rate)"  
  74. Force And Counter-Force and Collecting Impact Energy And Directing It To Propel
  75. Echoes Bouncing Forward Through The Price Finding Canyon (While Themselves Contributing To Canyon Wall Change And Potential Canyon Wall Erosion Along The Way)
  76. The Powers Of Perception, History, Science, And The Calculation Of Projected Range And Path
  77. The Power Of Instrumentally Refined Focus, Measurement, And Approach In Information Mining, Calculation, Projection, and Discovery Reactive Positioning
  78. The Power of Range Relative Positioning And Re-Positioning For Protection And Advancement And Positive Information Utility.
  79. The Power Of EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points Illustrated
  80. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And The Dow Jones Industrial Average
  81. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And The S&P 500
  82. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And The NASDAQ 100
  83. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And The Russell 2000
  84. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And US Treasury Bonds
  85. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And GOLD
  86. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And Light Sweet Crude Oil
  87. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And The US Dollar
  88. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And The Emerging Market
  89. EchoVectors, EchoVector Analysis, And EchoVector Pivot Points And Individual Stocks
  90. EchoVector Theory In Price Discovery And Price Pattern Formation And Impact:  A Summary Of Theory And Context
  91. EchoVector Analysis: A Summary Of Methodology And Applications
  92. EchoVector Pivot Points: A Summary Of Indications And Usages
  93. EchoVector Analysis And EchoVector Pivot Points: A Reference Matrix And Guide:  Concepts, Properties, Terminology, And Illustrations Guide
  94. Topics Index
  95. Citation: Vector Analysis And The Algebra Of Vectors By Encyclopedia Britannica: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/624327/vector-analysis



    EchoVector Pivot Points

    An Introduction to EchoVector Analysis and EchoVector Pivot Points

    "EchoVector Theory and EchoVector Analysis are a price pattern impact theory and a technical analysis methodology and approach postulated, created, and invented by Kevin John Bradford Wilbur.

    EchoVector Analysis is also presented as a behavioral economic application and securities analysis tool in price pattern theory and in price pattern behavior, study, and forecasting, and in price speculation.

    EchoVector Pivot Points are a further technical analysis tool and application within EchoVector Analysis, derived from EchoVector Theory in practice.

    EchoVector Theory and EchoVector Analysis assert that a securities prior price patterns may influence its present and future price patterns.  Present and future price patterns may then, in part, be considered as 'echoing' these prior price patterns to some identifiable and measurable degree.

    EchoVector Theory and EchoVector Analysis also assert that these influences may be observable, identifiable, and measurable in price pattern behavior and price pattern history, and potentially observable in future price pattern formation, and potentially efficacious in future price pattern forecasting, to some measure or degree.

    EchoVector Analysis is also used to forecast and project potential price Pivot Points (referred to as PPP's --potential pivot points, or EVPP's --EchoVector Pivot Points) and future coordinate forecast echovector support and resistance vectors (SRV's) for a security from a starting reference price at a starting reference time, based on the securities prior price pattern within a given and significant and definable cyclical time frame.

    EchoVector Pivot Points and EchoVector Support and Resistance Vectors are fundamental components of EchoVector Analysis. EchoVector SRV's are constructed from key components in the EchoVector Pivot Point Calculation. EchoVector SRV's are calculated Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors (CFEV's) to the initial EchoVector (XEV) calculation and construction.

    The EchoVector Pivot Point Calculation is a fundamentally different and more advanced calculation than the traditional pivot point calculation. 

    The EchoVector Pivot Point Calculation differs from traditional pivot point calculation by reflecting this given and specified cyclical price pattern reference and its significance and information in the echovector pivot point calculation. This cyclical price pattern and reference is included in the calculations and constructions of the echovector and its respective coordinate forecast echovectors, as well as in the calculation of the related echovector pivot points.

    While a traditional pivot point calculation may use simple price averages of prior price highs, lows and closes indifferent to time sequence to calculate its set of support and resistance levels, the echovector pivot point calculation begins with any starting time and price point and respective cyclical time frame reference X, and then identifies the corresponding “Echo-Back-Time-Point” within this cyclical time frame reference coordinate to the starting reference price and time point A.  It then calculates the echovector (XEV) generated by the starting reference time/price point and the echo-back-time-point, and includes the pre-determined and pre-defined accompanying constellation of “Coordinate Forecast EchoVector” origins derived from the prior price pattern evidenced around the echo-back-time-point within a certain pre-selected and specified range (time and/or price version) that occurred within the particular referenced cyclical time-frame and period X.  Security I's EchoVector Pivot Point constructions then calculate and project the scope relative echovector pivot points that follow A, and the support and resistance levels determined by the ensuing coordinate forecast echovectors and their selected range definition inclusion (fully differentiating and accounting for the time sequence of each of the origins), the  cyclical time-frame X, and to XEV's slope.

    EchoVector Pivot Points are therefore advanced and fluid calculations and effective endpoints of projected coordinate forecast echovector support and resistance time/price levels, projections that are constructed from and follow in time from the starting reference price, time/price point A (echovector endpoint) of the initial subject focus echovector construction, and which occur within an EchoVector Pivot Point Price Projection Parallelogram construct: levels which are derived from coordinate (support and/or resistance) forecast echovectors calculated from particular 'scope and range defined' starting times and price points reflecting the time and price points of proximate scale and scope and time/price pivoting action that followed the initial subject focus interest echovector's echo-back-date-time-price-point B (derived from and relative to the initial subject focus echovector's starting time-point and price-point A, and the echovector's given and specified cyclically-based focus interest time-span X, and the initial subject forcus echovector's subsequently derived slope relative momentum measures).

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    CONSTRUCTING THE FINANCIAL ECHOVECTOR AND THE FINANCIAL ECHOVECTOR PIVOT POINT PRICE PARALLELOGRAM AND FINDING THE FINANCIAL ECHOVECTOR PIVOT POINT PRICE PROJECTION UTILIZING THE FINANCIAL ECHOVECTOR ECHO-BACK-DATE-TIME-PRICE-POINT AND THE PREDEFINED RANGE-SPECIFIC AND SCOPE-RELATIVE COORDINATE FORECAST ECHOVECTOR CONSTELLATION OF FLEX POINT AND PIVOT POINT ORIGINS

    ECHOVECTOR PIVOT POINT PRICE PARALLELOGRAM CONSTRUCTION AND PIVOT POINT PRICE CALCULATION DIRECTIONS: SEE BELOW OR CLICK HERE


    LOOKING AT YOUR PRICE CHART

    1. Determine/Find/Enter Your Security's Focus Interest Price, such as it's last 'timeframe-relative' Pivot Point Price, or Flex Point Price, or its Current Price. ___ 
    2. Enter Your Security's Coordinate EchoBackDate Price* related to the Focus Interest Price or the Current Price you have elected in 1. ___                 *Some reader's have trouble identifying the echobackdate price of a securities' selected Focus Interest Price.  Simply look back the length of your chosen cycle period to find it.  For example, the Quarterly EchoVector (QEV) echobackdate for today's price would be the price on the same trading weekday one quarter of a year ago, or 13 weeks ago. The Bi-Weekly EchoVector (WEV) echobackdate for today's price would be the price on the same trading weekday 2 weeks ago.  The Annual EchoVector (AEV) echobackdate for today's price would be the price on the same trading weekday 52 weeks ago.
    3. Enter The EchoVector Time Length you have elected (in terms of Total Applicable Bars: ie., Weeks, Days, Hours, Minutes, Varied Time-Blocks, etc.).
    4. The Generated EchoVector Slope Is Then: ___  (per applicable bar and per unit time-block).     Active Equation:  1. minus 2. divided by 3. equals 4.
    5. Enter The EchoBackDate's Historical Forward Focus Pivot Point or Flex Point Price (The Price of a Subsequent Price Supporting Pivot Point Price or the Price of a Subsequent Price Reversing Pivot Point Price) of Interest that followed the EchoBackDate. ___
    6. Enter The EchoBackDate's Historical Forward Focus Interest Pivot Point's or Flex Point's Additional Forward Time Increments From EchoBackDate's Time  (in Applicable Bars: ie., Weeks, Days, Hours, Minutes, Varied Time-Blocks, etc.).
    7. The Coordinate Forecast EchoVector Pivot Point Price Is: ___ . Active Equation:  1. plus (4. times 6.).
    8. Calculating and Constructing The Security's Cooresponding Forecast EchoVector Support/Resistance Vector: The Coordinate Forecast EchoVector Support/Resistance Vector (CFE-SRV).  A CFE-SRV, a Security's Coordinate Forecast EchoVector Determined Price Support/Resistance Vector, runs from the Security's Starting Reference Price ___  in 1. above to the Forecast EchoVector Pivot Point Price ___ in 7. above and runs foward ___ number of bars as entered in 6. above from the starting reference price point ___ entered in 1. above, and runs along at the slope (rate) generated in 4. above to the EchoVector Pivot Point Price ___ calculated in 7. above.  This EchoVector SRV can be readily projected (and drawn on chart).
    9. Perform Calculation 5. through 8. for Each Subsequential Price Supporting Pivot Point Price and Subsequential Price Reversing Pivot Point Price of Interest from Your Security's EchoBackDate Price (Within A Relevant Interest Range*). ___, (S1, S2, S3, and R1, R2, and R3) The Interest Range, technically refered to as Range C within the MDPP Forecast Model, consists of a constellation of time-frame and scope-relative pivot points in the price track of your subject security that follow the echovectors echo- backedate-time-and-price-point, selected by specific Range C criteria.  See EchoVector Analysis and EchoVector Pivot Points for more information on Range C.  For your general echovector pivot point calculations, and for your different perspective constructions and for your graphical framing purposes, you use any of the pivot prices you see on your chart proximate to the echovector echo-back-date-time-and-price point to start that interests you, perhaps then picking 3 relative bottoms (ascending or descending or a combination) and 3 relative tops (ascending or descending or a combination) also, and remembering which were price supporting pivots and which were price resistance pivots. This will enable you to calculate a set of S pivot points and R pivot points to your echovector starting reference price (your begining point, which is also your selected echovector's endpoint), who's set of 'simple and rudimentary method generated' EchoVector Pivot Points you have now just calculated)
    10. Twelve Significant EchoVector Calculations For Perspective And Calculating Their Respective EchoVector Pivot Points

        1.  Daily EchoVector  (24HEV)
        2.  Weekly EchoVector  (WEV)  
        3.  Bi-Weekly EchoVector  (2WEV)
        4.  Monthly EchoVector  (MEV)
        5.  Bi-Monthly EchoVector  (2MEV)
        6.  Quarterly EchoVector  (QEV, 3MEV, 13WEV)
        7.  Bi-Quarterly EchoVector  (2QEV, 6MEV, 26WEV)
        8.  Tri-Quarterly EchoVector  (3QEV, 9MEV, 39WEV)
        9.  Annual EchoVector  (AEV, 4QEV, 12MEV, 52WEV)
       10. Congressional Cycle EchoVector, Bi-Annual EchoVector  (CCEV, 2AEV, 8QEV)
       11. Presidential Cycle EchoVector  (PCEV, 2CCEV, AEV) 
       12. Regime Change Cycle EchoVector  (RCCEV, 2PCEV, 2CCEV, 8AEV) 

    "EchoVector Pivot Points:  An Introduction to EchoVector Analysis and EchoVector Pivot Points"

    EchoVector Theory In Price Discovery And In Price Pattern Formation And Its Impact

    An Introduction to EchoVector Analysis and EchoVector Pivot Points: Furthering The Definitional Introduction and Exposition

    EchoVector Theory and EchoVector Analysis are a price pattern impact theory and a technical analysis methodology and approach created, postulated, and invented by Kevin John Bradford Wilbur.

    EchoVector Analysis is also presented as a behavioral economic application and securities analysis tool in price pattern theory and in price pattern behavior, study, and forecasting, and in price speculation.

    EchoVector Pivot Points are a further technical analysis tool and application within EchoVector Analysis, derived from EchoVector Theory in practice.

    EchoVector Theory and EchoVector Analysis assert that a securities prior price patterns may influence its present and future price patterns.  Present and future price patterns may then, in part, be considered as 'echoing' these prior price patterns to some identifiable and measurable degree.

    EchoVector Theory and EchoVector Analysis also assert that these influences may be observable, identifiable, and measurable in price pattern behavior and price pattern history, and potentially observable in future price pattern formation, and potentially efficacious in future price pattern forecasting, to some measure or degree.

    EchoVector Analysis is also used to forecast and project potential price Pivot Points (referred to as PPP's --potential pivot points, or EVPP's --EchoVector Pivot Points) and future coordinate forecast echovector support and resistance vectors (SRV's) for a security from a starting reference price at a starting reference time, based on the securities prior price pattern within a given and significant and definable cyclical time frame.

    EchoVector Pivot Points and EchoVector Support and Resistance Vectors are fundamental components of EchoVector Analysis. EchoVector SRV's are constructed from key components in the EchoVector Pivot Point Calculation. EchoVector SRV's are calculated Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors (CFEV's) to the initial EchoVector (XEV) calculation and construction.

    The EchoVector Pivot Point Calculation is a fundamentally different and more advanced calculation than the traditional pivot point calculation. 

    The EchoVector Pivot Point Calculation differs from traditional pivot point calculation by reflecting this given and specified cyclical price pattern reference and its significance and information in the echovector pivot point calculation. This cyclical price pattern and reference is included in the calculations and constructions of the echovector and its respective coordinate forecast echovectors, as well as the calculation of the related echovector pivot points.

    While a traditional pivot point calculation may use simple price averages of prior price highs, lows and closes indifferent to their timing sequence to calculate its set of support and resistance levels, the echovector pivot point calculation begins with any starting time and price point and respective cyclical time frame reference, and then identifies the corresponding “Echo-Back-Time-Point” within this cyclical time frame reference coordinate to the starting reference price and time point.  It then calculates the echovector (xev) generated by the starting reference time/price point and the echo-back-time-point, and includes the pre-determined and pre-defined accompanying constellation of “Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors” derived from the prior price pattern evidenced around the echo-back-time-point within a certain pre-selected and specified range (time and/or price version) occurring within the particular referenced cyclical time-frame and period X, fully differentiating the time-sequence of the origins, and then calculates and projects the subject echovector's starting reference price point's forward pivot points and support and resistance levels related to the coordinate forecast echovectors and the selected range definition, and to the cyclical time-frame X, and to XEV's slope.

    EchoVector Pivot Points are therefore advanced and fluid calculations and effective endpoints of projected coordinate forecast echovector support and resistance time/price levels, projections that are constructed from and follow in time from the starting reference price, time/price point A (echovector endpoint) of the initial subject focus echovector construction, and which occur within an EchoVector Pivot Point Price Projection Parallelogram construct: levels which are derived from coordinate (support and/or resistance) forecast echovectors calculated from particular 'scope and range defined' starting times and price points reflecting the time and price points of proximate scale and scope and time/price pivoting action that followed the initial subject focus interest echovector's echo-back-date-time-price-point B (derived from and relative to the initial subject focus echovector's starting time-point and price-point A, and the echovector's given and specified cyclically-based focus interest time-span X, and the initial subject forcus echovector's subsequently derived slope relative momentum measures).

    The EchoVector Support and Resistance Vectors, referred to as the Coordinate Forecast Echovectors, are used to generate the EchoVector Pivot Points.

    The coordinate forecast echovectors originate in a predefined range of price pivots that occurred proximate to the echo-back-time-point within the given cyclical time frame of the starting reference price.  The coordinate forecast echovectors reflect the price momentum relationship of the starting reference point price and the echo-back-time-point in their calculation and the calculation of the echovector pivot points.

    In these respects, an echovector pivot point may be considered a price level of particular significance in the technical analysis of a security or financial market that may be usable by trader's as a forecasting indicator of a securities (or future market's) time and price vectorinfluenced cyclical price movements.

    EchoVector pivot points and their related support and resistance levels also have the calculation advantage of being able to be calculated on the basis of short-term, intermediate-term, or longer-term time frames within varied cyclical price references and 'elected or posited echo-characteristic based' time-spans.

    Defining the EchoVector (EV) of Time Length X (for price/time point A
    (at market trade print price p and at time point t) of security I
    (investment) with Echo-Back-Time-Point A,t-X, p-N.

    S Start Point
    EVSF of Length (time-frame) X

    The EchoVector "X-EV" of Security (Investment) "I" Measured from Market
    Trade Time-Point/Print-Price Point, Starting Point, "A"

    Definition: The EchoVector

    "For any base security I at price/time point A, A having real market transaction and exchange recorded print price p at exchange of record print time t, then EchoVector XEV of security I and of time length (cycle length) X with ending time/price point A would be designated and described as (I, Apt, XEV); EchoVector XEV's end point is (I, Apt) and EchoVector XEV's starting point is (I, Ap-N, t-X), where N is the found exchange recorded print price difference between A and the Echo-Back-Time-Point of A (A, p-N, t-X at t-X) of Echo-Back-Time-Length X (being Echo-Cycle Length X).

    A, p-n, t-X shall be called B (or B of I), being the EBDTPP (Echo-Back-Date-Time-And-Price-Point)*, or EBD (Echo-Back-Date)*, or EBTP (Echo-Back-Time-Point) of A of I. 


    N = the difference of p at A and p at B (B is the 'echo-back price-point and time-point of A found at (A, p-N, t-X.) 

    And security I (I, Apt, XEV) shall have an echo-back-time-point (EBTP) of At-X (or I-A-EBTP of At-X; or echo-back-date (EBD) I-A-EBD of At-X): t often displayed on a chart measured and referenced in discrete d measurement length units (often OHLC or candlestick widthed and lengthed units[often bars or blocks]), such as minute, 5-minute, 15-minute, 30-minute, hourly, 2-hour, 4-hour, 6-hour, 8-hour, daily, weekly, etc."

    Significant "Non-Intraday Single-Exchange" EchoVector Time Period
    Lengths, or EchoVector Echo-Cycle Period lengths, occur as follows.

    (X is the time or cycle length of the EchoVector Period, the EP, the
    "XEV")

    Asian Market Echo
    European Market Echo
    24-Hour Echo
    2-Day Echo
    3-Day Echo
    Weekly Echo
    Bi-Weekly Echo
    Monthly Echo
    Bi-Monthly Echo
    Quarterly Echo
    Bi-Quarterly Echo
    3-Quarter Echo
    Annual Echo
    15-Month Echo
    18-Month Echo
    2-Year Congressional Cycle Echo
    4-Year Presidential Cycle and mid-Regime Cycle Echo
    5-Year FRB Cycle Echo
    6-Year (Tri-Congressional Cycle) Echo
    8-Year Regime Change Cycle Echo
    10-Year Decennial Cycle Echo
    16-Year Bi-Regime Change Cycle Echo (Nativity echo)
    32-Year Quad-Regime Change Cycle Echo (Maturity Echo)

    Shorter, Intra-day market EchoVectors are readily calculable, as well
    are longer-term study echovectors.

    Calculating the Coordinate Forecast EchoVector and The Coordinated
    Potential Pivot Price Point and Coordinated Potential Pivot Time-point

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    Definition: The Coordinate Forecast EchoVector: (CFEV)

    For any EV of X base length (time frame, or time length, or cycle
    period), such as lengths intra-day, daily, 3-day, weekly, bi-weekly,
    monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, bi-quarterly, annual, bi-annual,
    presidential cycle, or regime change cycle, (and with lengths measured
    in incremental -often OHLC- units such as minutes, hours, days, weeks,
    or, shorter or longer unit) constructed for security I from starting EV
    reference point A with print price point p at time point t (Apt) and
    EBTP or EBD A-Length X at print price p (t-X), Coordinate Forecast
    EchoVectors (CFEVs) can be constructed having the same slope and lengths
    (phase adjusted) as XEV of A of I.

    Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors and their starting points shall have the
    following relationships to A of I and B of I, or EchoVector XEV-BA of I.

    Base Construction Versions For the CFEV:
    A. Time-Frame Distance Versions
    B. Price Distance Versions
    C. Model PreSet Value Distance Versions

    Versions: 1,2,3,4,5,6

    A. CFEV Starting Point Construction: Time-Frame Distance Based Versions

    1. Absolute Time Distance Based (Within Select Range) From B, Selected
    2. Percent X Time Distance Based (Within Select Range) From B, Selected

    B. CFEV Starting Point Construction: Price Distant Based Versions

    3. Absolute Price Distance Based (Within Select Focus Interest Range,
    Extension) From B, Selected
    4. Percent Price Distance Based (Within Select Range Focus Interest)
    From B, Selected

    C. PreSet Value Distance Based CFEV Starting Point Construction
    Definitions*

    5. PreSet Absolute Time Distance Based (Range Specified)
    6. Preset Percent X Time Distance Based (Range Specified)

    *The EchoVectoVEST MDPP Precision Pivots Forecast Model And Alert
    Paradigm primarily utilizes specifically defined values of 5. and 6. above
    in its CFEV Constellation Illustrations and Highlights for specified
    focus interest opportunity securities and their projected forward focus
    interest opportunity time-periods and price points. Example CFEV
    constructions that follow will utilize these constructions unless noted
    otherwise.

    The CFEVs found relevant and proximate to BA on the basis of one of the
    above 6 relationships shall be called EchoVector XEV BA's CFEV
    Constellation, Base 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.


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    ADDITIONAL CONTEXTING NOTES

    COORDINATE FORECAST ECHOVECTOR PIVOT POINT NOTATION

    The CFEV PPPs correlate to A, B, and O, and are referred to as Ps or PP's --pivot points or potential pivots (or PPPs --projected pivot points or potential pivot points or price pivot points), or flex points.

    They are 'forecast-ed' and 'focus interest' coordinate to A, B and O support, resistance, or flex points, derived from the CFEV's found originating within Range C from the 'scope relevant' pivots occurring there.  These 'EchoVector and Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors-based Pivot Points' constitute trade position opportunitities, refererred to as Focus Interest Opportunity Points (or Pivots), FIOPs, or simply as OPs (opportunities or options) or POPs (potential opportunities or options) or PPPOPs (potential pivot point opportunities or options).

    Projecting The SRV PPs Of A of I from B to A to EVBA to O to CFEV-OPP, (Given V {Version}, Range C, and EV-TimeLength X, XEV)

    EV-TLX (EchoVector Time Length X, XEV)

    V = Version N (Selected)
    RC = Range C (Selected)

    Forward PP (Derived from O occurring in Construction Version N Range C After B)
    Back PP (Derived from O occurring in Construction Version N Range C Before B)
    Up PP (Derived from O occurring in Construction Version N Range C Above B)
    Down PP (Derived from O occurring in Construction Version N Range C Below B)

    The FIOP CFEV price origins O will occur above or below the EBTP B.

    As any CFEV origin, O, occurring within Range C, occurs above or below EBTP B, so therefore will the correlate PP of CFEV O-PP relating to XEV occur above or below A.

    As all FIOP CFEV origin prices occur above and/or below B, all PPPs of CFEV POPP will correspondingly occur above and/or below A.
    PPPs will be designated S1 S2 and S3 and R1 R2 and R3, as they occur in extension O, and depending on applied V and Range C and the resulting time distance and/or price distance given by V, and the directional pivots of record and  relative scale reference occuring subsequent to O (up-wave, down-wave, sideways, flex-point)

    S = Support
    R = Resistance

    Definition: The Coordinate Forecast EchoVector: (CFEV)

    For any EV of X base length (time frame, or time length, or cycle
    period), such as lengths intra-day, daily, 3-day, weekly, bi-weekly,
    monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, b-quarterly, annual, bi-annual,
    presidential cycle, or regime change cycle, (and with lengths measured
    in incremental -often OHLC-  units such as minutes, hours, days, weeks,
    or, shorter or longer unit) constructed for security I from starting EV
    reference point A with print price point p at time point t (Apt) and
    EBTP or EBD A-Length X at print price p (t-X), Coordinate Forecast
    EchoVectors (CFEVs) can be constructed having the same slope and lengths
    (phase adjusted) as XEV of A of I.

    Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors and their starting points shall have the
    following relationships to A of I and B of I, or EchoVector XEV-BA of I.

    Base Construction Versions For the CFEV:
    A. Time-Frame Distance Versions
    B. Price Distance Versions
    C. Model Pre-set Value Distance Versions

    Versions: 1,2,3,4,5,6

    A. CFEV Starting Point Construction: Time-Frame Distance Based Versions
    1. Absolute Time Distance Based (Within Select Range) From B, Select
    2. Percent X Time Distance Based (Within Select Range) From B, Select

    B. CFEV Starting Point Construction: Price Distant Based Versions
    3. Absolute Price Distance Based (Within Select Focus Interest Range,
    Extension) From B, Select
    4. Percent Price Distance Based (Within Select Range Focus Interest)
    From B, Select

    C. Pre-set Value Distance Based CFEV Starting Point Construction
    Definitions*
    5. Pre-set Absolute Time Distance Based (Range Specified)
    6. Pre-set Percent X Time Distance Based (Range Specified)

    *The EchoVectoVEST MDPP Precision Pivots Forecast Model And Alert
    Paradigm primarily utilizes specifically refined values of 5. and 6. above
    in its CFEV Constellation Illustrations and Highlights for specified
    focus interest opportunity securities and their projected forward focus
    interest opportunity time-periods and price points. Example CFEV
    constructions that follow will utilize these constructions unless noted
    otherwise.

    Defining, Calculating, Constructing and Generating the Coordinate
    Forecast EchoVectors

    SUMMARY NOTIONS

    EBD is the Echo-BackDate

    EBD-T is the Echo-BakeDateTime

    EBTP is the Echo-Back-Time-Point with print price found to be p-N.

    EBD-TI is the Echo-Back-Date-Time-Increment, or EBDT-ITMU incremental time
    measurement unit, or imu or mu, or d for designated unit (EBDT-MU, or
    EBDT-U, or EBDT-d)

    (EX.: minute, 5min, 15min, hourly, 2-hour, 4-hour, daily weekly,
    monthly, etc.)

    EBTP is also often referred to as the XEV EBPP, or the Echo-Back-Price-Point
    of XEV

    L is length of the Echo-Period (EP); or X, being the time-length and
    cycle length of the EchoVector EV.  XEV or LEV

    Primary Model Focus Interest EP or Echo-Period Lengths, or EchoVector
    Time Frame or Cycle Time Period Lengths, X

    AMEV                                                     Asian Market Echo (t, open, lunchtime, close, etc.)
    EMEV                                                     European Market Echo
    24HEV                                                    1day, 24hour Echo
    48HEV                                                    2day Echo
    72HEV                                                    3day Echo
    WEV                                                       weekly Echo
    2WEV                                                     biweekly Echo
    MEV                                                       monthly Echo
    2MEV                                                     bimonthly Echo
    QEV                                                       quarterly Echo
    2QEV                                                      biquarterly Echo
    3QEV                                                      3quarter Echo
    AEV                                                        annual Echo
    15MEV OR 5QEV, ETC                              15month Echo
    6QEV ETC                                               18month Echo
    2AEC OR CCEV 2year                          Congressional Cycle Echo
    4AEV OR PCEV 4year                           Presidential Cycle and mid-Regime Cycle Echo
    5AEV OR FRBEV 5year                         FRB Cycle Echo
    6AEV OR 3CCEV 6year                         (Tri-Congressional Cycle) Echo
    RCCEV OR 2PCEV OR 4CCEV ETC          8year Regime Change Cycle Echo

    10year Decennial Cycle Echo
    16year Bi-Regime Change Cycle Echo (Nascent Echo)
    32year Quad-Regime Change Cycle Echo (Maturity Echo)

    The Starting Date, time and price point of the EV: The Stp, or Apt, or
    A, or SDTPP-A, or EV origin point O.

    A is The Sdtp, the summation and reference origin date, time and price
    point (Starting time and price point of reference for XEV BA).

    The Sdtp is an actual' market price trade point print,' being an exchange
    actual buy/sell trade occurrence 'print' posted as taking place at the
    specific referenced time and price.

    XEV BA is the "Echo" vector from ebtp (EchoBackTimePoint B) to sdtp
    (Summation-Date-Time PricePoint).

    A is considered as having 'echo characteristic relationship' in some
    definable or designate-able form, manner, or degree a 'parameter
    relationship contiguity,' to B, the EBTP, on some dimension.

    The notion of 'similar' or 'contiguous' on some measure, parameter,
    index, dimension, aspect or reference is implied and/or is axiomatic.
    Likeness in quality, time, space, context, origin, or relation... to
    some degree or measure is axiomatic to the methodology.

    FIO EV: focus interest opportunity echovector

    The FIOP (focus or forecast interest opportunity point (or period, or pivot).  It is derived from the S-dtp, that is, from A.

    From the constellation of 'scope relative' prior and following pivot point highs and lows occurring within Range C (elect Version 1 to 6), the applied CFEV Constellation Range, the CFEV or PPV EBTP origins are derived.

    In some citations Delta EV BA is "delta'd" to EchoVector EV AB and is referenced to have A as the echovector time and price point 'antecedent,' (the echo-back-date and/or echo-back-time-point and/or echo-back-date-time-point) and B as XEV's Construction beginning or starting price and time point reference, or starting dtpS, B; that is, as the EchoVector's starting price and starting time point of reference, being the EV's origin.

    Also definition-ally derived from XEV AB are the CFEVs, the Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors, also having EchoVector AB length X and  EchoVector AB slope m (for momentum, or slope w for wave), and having Echo-Back-Date-Time-And-Price-Point A as the "CFEV Constellation Base Point," or "Origin," from which the Key Immediate Coordinate Forecast EchoVectors, the Focus Interest Opportunity PPVs (Potential Pivot Vectors), or SRV Constellation (Support/Resistance, or Flex-point Vector Constellation Projections) are, by specified relation (Versions 1 to 6), derived.

    In EchoVector AB, A is the Echo-Back-Date-Time-And-Price-Point, and B is the starting reference, and the echovector 'originating' time and price point, or its 'origin.'

    From the constellation of 'scope relative' prior and following pivot point highs and lows occurring within Range C (elect Version 1 to 6), the applied CFEV Constellation Range, the CFEV or PPV EBTP origins are derived.  These origins are referred to as O...  OSP1, OSP2, OSP3, ORP1, ORP2, ORP3, etc.

    O IS FOR CFEV ORIGIN
    S IS FOR SUPPORT
    R FOR RESISTANCE
    P FOR PIVOT OR FLEX POINT

    These CFEV origins O are identified as the scope-relative wave point pivot price point highs and lows occurring before and after THE ECHOBACKDATETIMEANDPRICEPOINT B in XEV BA occurring within Range C (Range C is, again, specified by specific time length distance backward and forward from B by percentage of X from B, or by (within)
    absolute time-length distance from B, or by (within) percent of B price distance from B, or by (within) absolute price length distance (N) from B; or by percent N from B, or by stochastically-related 'Modeling process determined' (and then preset in distance --absolute or percent-- from B designated; B being the EBDTPP of A.

    These Range C subsumed wave point pivot highs and lows constitute the CFEV Focus Interest Origin Points (FIOPs O), from which the relative CFEV are derived, and from which the Focus Interest Opportunity SRV PP Constellation Set is derived (FIOP PPPs).
    These CFEV origin points, O's, relate to the EBTP of A, being B, and to (occuring within) the Base Construction Version and Range C of the CFEV, and the Range and Version's mathematical definition.

    From these CFEV origin points (correlated to B by V), and from EV-AB attributes, being of the samelength and slope, the CFEVs are derived, as are the CFEV PPPs, the FIOP PPs.

    ADDITIONAL COORDINATE FORECAST ECHOVECTOR GENERATED ECHOVECTOR PIVOT POINT NOTATION

    The CFEV PPPs correlate to A, B, and O, and are referred to as Ps or PP's
    --pivot points or potential pivots (or PPPs --projected pivot points or
    potential pivot points), or flex points.

    They are 'forecast-ed' and 'focus interest' coordinate to A, B and O
    support, resistance, or flex points, derived from the CFEV's found
    originating within Range C from the 'scope relevant' pivots occuring
    there.  These EchoVector and their coordinate forecast EchoVector based
    Pivot Points constitute trade position opportunities, referred to as
    Focus Interest Opportunity Points (or Pivots), FIOPs, or simply as OPs
    (opportunities or options) or POPs (potential opportunities or options).

    Projecting The SRV PPs Of A of I from A to B to EVAB to O to CFEV-OPP,
    (Given V, Range C, and EVTLX, XEV)

    EVTL (EchoVector Time Length X)

    Forward PP (Derived from O occurring in Range C After B).
    Back PP (Derived from O occurring in Range C Before B)
    Up PP (Derived from O occurring in Range C Above B)
    Down PP (Derived from O occurring in Range C Below B)

    The FIOP CFEV price origins O will occur above or below the EBTP B.

    As any CFEV origin, O, occurring within Range C, occurs above or below
    EBTP B, so therefore will the correlate PP of CFEV OPP occur above or
    below A.

    As all FIOP CFEV origin prices occur above and/or below B, all PPPs of
    CFEV POPP will correspondingly occur above and/or below A.

    PPPs will be designated S1 S2 and S3 and R1 R2 and R3, as they occur in
    proximity to O, B, and A, depending on applied V and Range C specifications, and the
    resulting time distance and/or price distance given by V (Version), and the
    directional pivots of O (up-wave, down-wave, sideways flex-point)

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    Special Notation

    Kevin John Bradford Wilbur is the postulator of EchoVector Theory, the creator of EchoVector Analysis, and the inventor of  EchoVector Pivot Points.  


    EchoVector Theory is a price pattern impact theory.  EchoVector Analysis is an advanced technical analysis methodology.  EchoVector Analysis is also presented as a behavioral economic application and securities analysis tool in price pattern theory and in price pattern behavior, study, and forecasting, and in securities analysis and in price analysis and in technical analysis and in securities price speculation.


    EchoVector Pivot Points, special contributions to the field of technical analysis, are a technical analysis tool and application within EchoVector Analysis and derived from EchoVector Theory in practice.


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