Investing with sur, taal, and lay: the circle of fifths and how it plays out in the stock market

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In the circle of fifths, there is a sequence of chords that are seven semitones away from each other. A stock trend has similar characteristics. In music, it is important to understand taal. In markets, it is important to understand trends. Percussionists are timekeepers. Similarly, for a trader, timing the market entry and exit is crucial.

The rhythm is gonna get you tonightNo way, you can fight it every dayBut no matter what you sayYou know it the rhythm is gonna get’cha-Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound MachineWhen Jimi Hendrix performed Hey Joe live, he could potentially set the stage on fire. The song was originally written by Billy Roberts and later multiple bands tried to play their own versions. Hendrix and his three-member band — The Experience — managed to take the song

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John Bonham wearing bowler hat performing live onstage playing Ludwig Vistalite see-through acrylic drum kit, drums (perspex) at Earls Court, London in May 1975.