**Re: The Market Matrix** **DeeGee** I haven't traded w/ the market matrix yet but am still studying it to see if its of any use. hehe still going through this thread to see what other people think of it.
Regarding your question, Chart 17 does follow the rules. If you keep reading on in the book, you'll see how such a case is handled. What happens here is 12 is a MC3 low. Then, either 3 is going to be another MC3 high, 4 and MC3 low and 7 an MC3 high OR 5 is going to be an MC3 high, 6 and MC3 low, 7 an MC3 high. So when they say "3 matrix points in a row" they don't mean "the fourth matrix point in the other direction will go lower / higher than the second matrix point". All they mean is If you have three matrix points in a low with none of the points in a series being an inversion, then the third point MUST be a point in the higher timeframe.
Hope that clears things up?
Although I agree with you on the inconsistencies. I haven't found many but did find one. One of the slides in the video (don't remember which one) had 5 matrix points in a cycle which is not allowed ... kinda annoyed me seeing that *
Last edited by fork4k; Mar 3, 2010 at 10:06pm.
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