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Part I: Dispelling Some Common Beliefs About Indicators. Oscillators Do Not Travel Between 0 and 100. Dominant Trading Cycles Are Not Symmetrical. Choosing and Adjusting Period Setup for Oscillators. Dominant Trend Lines Are Not Always from Extreme Price Highs. Signals from Moving Averages Are Frequently Absent in Real-Time Charts. Part II: Calculating Market Price Objectives. Adjusting Traditional Fibonaci Projections for Higher-Probability Targets. Price Projections by Reverse-Engineering Indicators. Price Objectives Derived from Positive and Negative Reversals in RSI. Calculating Price and Time Objectives from a Gann Wheel. Using Oscillaors with the Elliott Wave Principle. Part III: New Methods for Improving Indicator Timing and Filtering Premature Signals. Volatility Bands on Oscillators. The Composite Index. Evaluating the Comparative Strengths and Weaknesses of Common Indicators. The Derivative Oscillator. Appendices: A: Real-Time Application: Japanese Yen. B: Real-Time Application: Asian and European Equity Indices. C: Real-Time Application: S&P/Bond Market. D: Formulas. E: Aerodynamic Fund, Ltd. and Aerodynamic Fund L.P.