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Conclusion

In his book, The Other History, Lindsay challenges the accepted views of "cause and effect" and replaces them with his own observations of time intervals. Like his market timing techniques, Lindsay's approach to history, although similar to cycles, is far more unique. It would be easy to dismiss the ideas presented in The Other History if it were not for the success Lindsay experienced using this same approach in predicting the stock market, another task many believe to be impossible. This chapter provides only a taste of Lindsay's book for the reader. In the original text, Lindsay's attempt to provide enough examples to be convincing unfortunately becomes overwhelming. The Other History is out of print but can be found in some library collections, including the M.T.A. Library.

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