RIGHT OR WRONG, MYSTERY CHARTS
The winner for our September Mystery Chart (Orange Juice, Figure 1) was easy to determine: only two
sturdy souls made the necessary predictions, though many recounted their work on the historical data. One person was right and one was wrong. Our newest Certified Technical Genius, whose work is below,
is Eddy Mark of Toronto, Ontario (Figures 3 through 6). The runner-up, Dennis Krull of Citicorp
Futures, Chicago, IL, had the direction right (south) but his entry would never have been hit in the
subsequent action (Figure 7).
One entry by Raymond Marten of Baie d'Urfé, Quebec, solidifies the preeminence of the Canadians in
our tests. (These guys are always in the top three, it seems.) He refused to make the required prediction
for winning, but his recitation of the trials of trading OJ was so unique, we've shipped it off for
publication in our War Stories section.
Our thanks to Joseph Halford of Park City, UT, and Bernard Dyer of Los Angeles, CA, for their
submissions, which were nifty in all details but lacking projections, too.