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Tony Plummer is the director of Helmsman Economics Ltd. He is a former director of Hambros Bank Ltd, of Hambros Fund Management PLC, and of Rhombus Research Ltd. He is a Fellow of the Society of Technical Analysts in the UK, and was until November 2011, a Visiting Professorial Fellow in the Economics Department at Queen Mary, University of London. He is the author of 'Forecasting Financial Markets', which describes the influence of crowd psychology on economic activity and financial market price behaviour. Tony has worked and traded in financial markets since 1976, concentrating primarily on bonds and currencies. He now specialises in strategic economic and financial market analysis, and writes and lectures on group behaviour and trading competencies. He has a Masters degree in economics from the London School of Economics and an Honours degree in economics from the University of Kent. He has a four-year training in Core Process Psychotherapy and is a qualified NLP practitioner.

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  • Paperback: 226 pages
  • Publisher: Harriman House (March 4, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857192590
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857192592
  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.5 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #209,832 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I have worked in financial markets since the mid 1970s. My university education (Kent and the LSE) trained me as an economist, but trading in financial markets taught me about the primacy of crowd behaviour. I wrote my first book, 'Forecasting Financial Markets', in the mid-1980s. It brought together a number (what were then) new ideas on collective behaviour. In short, the switch from the assumption of rational behaviour (as explicitly used by economists) to the assumption of non-rational behaviour (as implicitly used by market technicians) brought into focus a non-random and ordered world that facilitated regular rhythms and recurring patterns. The book was not published until after the shock of the 1987 equity crash had brought to public attention the need for a different way of thinking. 'Forecasting Financial Markets' is now in its sixth edition and has been translated into a number of languages.

The idea that conventional economic theory is not properly applicable to the realities of economic and financial life has, for me, never gone away. I have undergone trainings in psychotherapy and in Neuro-Linguistic Programming in order to delve more deeply into the complexities of the human mind, and I have researched alternative approaches to understanding collective behaviour. The result has been a second book, 'The Law of Vibration', which raises the idea that the evolution of economic and financial market behaviour is not a random process, but instead follows a very specific pattern. It seems that this pattern was known about in antiquity, was taught by the great mindfulness exponent George Gurdjieff, and was actively used by the hugely successful stock market trader William D. Gann. It could have been used by observers to predict the global financial crisis of 2008-09. The chances are that this recurring pattern - which is essentially a learning pattern - occurs at all levels of life. If it were to be found in quantum physics or in cosmology, the implications would be immense.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 1, 2013
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One of the best books I have read on Gann and his work. When W.D. Gann made reference to Matthew Chapter 12, versus 38-40 in his novel, The Tunnel Thru the Air, it was important. I have not seen anywhere else but in Tony Plummer's book where this is analyzed and a valid explanation put forth based on that analysis. This is only one feature of the book that I found amazing. There is much more. There are many who would only like to see a book explaining to them step by step on how to trade the markets, but they don't want to put in the work to decipher what Gann or any other researchers have to say about his work. Tony Plummer has obviously put in some hard work attempting to understand what Gann was saying and his book shows that. I now have something valuable that I can incorporate into what my own research has revealed. This is the way it should be. Thanks Tony!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By VINCENT SAMPIERI on June 22, 2013
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Contrary to the previous reviews, I found this concise book to be astonishingly valuable to understanding what really causes markets to move and most importantly when. I think the author was
quite clear in his goal to show the theory of how three independent sources of writing all describe the same two natural laws (albeit encoded within all three texts) that drive natural processes. The author's goal is *not* to present a trading methodology using the information presented. What is presented in the book are true (trading)Jewels that I believe will only be fully appreciated by those individuals that have progressed and matured sufficiently in their trading research. These type of individuals strive to understand and incorporate natural laws & processes into their trading, and are not seeking the latest indicator, oscillator or trading system. Personally, I have been able to use the information presented in this book and use it in a practical fashion to trade. Again, each reader of the book will be at different points in their trading evolution, but the trading Jewels are definitely contained with this book - they are there - but I suspect only in the Eye of the Beholder. The seasoned Traders that are familiar with, or have investigated Vortex Math, Gematria, Rosicrucian and Masonic sciences will surely be the Traders that will be able to see and apply the trading Jewels in a practical fashion to their trading. If your trading 'field of vision' is limited to indicators, Gann angles, Gann Lines, oscillators, trend lines, etc. then you may surely miss the hidden Jewels within.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Andrew Goodman on August 20, 2013
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I think Mr. Plummer should be applauded for his prodigious effort, but I think he misses the mark.

I have studied the sacred geometry of the markets for over a quarter of a century. Whenever profound structural patterns emerge, they are True. And yet...sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. I have come to believe that this apparent inconsistency itself is a lawful expression of duality (every stick has 2 ends!), a fact continuously overlooked by traders and laymen alike. Mr. Plummer's supposed vibrational wave structure already hits and misses around the edges in the examples he gives. Now try applying it in real time in the real world.

The bigger problem is that Mr. Plummer almost seems to be arguing that the writer(s) of St. Matthew's Gospel, Georges Gurdjieff and W.D. Gann all had this wave structure in the back of their minds as "THE" secret that they were keeping from the world (until some trader came along to plot it). Bear in mind that the understanding of mathematics itself changed quite a bit from the time of Matthew's Gospel to the time when the Enneagram was discovered. Would the great spiritual sages really have been burying a secret about plotting one's course in the "real" (material) world? The real world, for them, was something else altogether.

For many years I was involved in the Gurdjieff Work in New York. There may be many upshots to the Enneagram, but I never understood the key point to be to say that life unfolds according to a specific wave structure that one could plot one's course by. Quite the contrary. Gurdjieff asserts that "man can do nothing" and this inability to "do" is mapped out in accordance with the Enneagram.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Texas User on November 5, 2013
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This book is fascinating and appears well researched. It unequivocally states that it is not about trading in the markets, as Mr Smithson has indicated in his "dreadful" review. In fact, I find the review of Mr Smithson to be the " dreadful" one as he appears to simply be using this as a forum for unloading his criticism of Plummer's trading philosophy. It would also appear that, as an expert considering publishing on Gann, he can only find fault with Plummer's work. In any case, Plummer states that his book is about the hidden order underlying the apparent chaos of nature and about the mathematical ratios which appear to reflect that order. These concepts have far greater implications than simply a possible application for trading the markets and the book is written in this context.

I find the information Plummer presents to be thought provoking and plausible, based on his extensive research. Yes, he does mention Gann but Gann is only one of several whose work he documents. This book goes beyond the trading methods of Gann to describe some fundamental aspects of the reality which we live in. Even if you do not accept his arguments you should still find ample food for thought and, therefore, find the book well worth reading..
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