I’m afraid he’s no longer with us, but this website is excellent with its explanation of his teachings …I wish I knew who Wyckoff was. I have questions for him. Her? Them?
It's all BS. More tax than ever before. Just most of it stealth/hidden.What's more is that as the fuel price increases so does the VAT take. That 5p/l reduction in fuel duty has been more than made up for, in terms of government revenue, by the increased VAT. They could take another 5p/l off and still be in profit. So all of this, "we can't do anything because we don't have any money", isn't quite true.
Which means la france will get it again next year but by then, they won't be so keen to tell the world about it. Face it, the french (apart from paris) have been in recession since 1945 and all they try to do is drag the rest of the Western World down to their pitiful level. The only time the french show any excitement is when fresh bread is made, or when someone threatens their farming/fishing quota. It's such a pity they didn't put on their yellow vests between 1939-45.
Btw, and I appreciate this is a big blow to you, it isn't foot and mouth, it's Swine Flu (SVD). I tell you this because your cuntrymen, your lovely wife excluded, should be very afraid. You're welcome.
Froddy...thanks for this. 3rd grade was the two hardest years of my life. I subscribe to the adage that a library is suitable for a formal education...but I was never exposed to Wyckoff. This was an outstanding explainer; thank you very much! But I do wonder about comparative strength analysis and his second law when it seems to me that some things are trading out of line with their underlying value...by multiples. I think Elon Musk is PT Barnum, less the morals, for example...but I readily admit that I have no grounding in economics or the market.I’m afraid he’s no longer with us, but this website is excellent with its explanation of his teachings …
That’s quite a definitive tally of ex wives, same can’t be said of your uncertainty with the number of kids you have......... Having 4 ex-wives and 8 or 9 children, however, feels a lot like playing the market. Or the slots. So...