George Bayer – The Egg of Columbus


George Bayer - The Egg of Columbus


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From the foreword, “The matter dealt with in this work is the hardest and most difficult subject anyone can touch. It attempts to explain the ways to make money in markets by the use of strange, natural, but true cycles. A tiny little bit of the surface is here but scratched, when we consider that some writers hav used up 20,000 pages such as Swedenborg did; Athenaeus used for the same about 3,000 pages; one old Greek text in my possession used 18 pages to cover the laws. Of course, every reader will realize quickly, as soon as he has completed his first reading, that the 20,000 page work of Swedenborg covers everything of life that possesses a cycle of any kind or description, while we, for practical trading, require but the very common major moves to make money in the markets.

George Bayer is even more mysterious than W. D. Gann. Bayer moved here from Germany in the early 1900s, and found his way to becoming a stockbroker and seat holder on the Chicago Board of Trade. The similarities to W. D. Gann are remarkable. Both Gann and Bayer put down roots in Brooklyn, traded financial markets, were members of the New York Stock Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade, wrote in a “veiled language.” Birth and death dates are eerily similar. While we still lack concrete evidence linking the 2, it is very reasonable to believe that another commonality is their involvement in Mystic societies.
While we enjoy surprisingly good luck decoding much of W. D. Gann’s trading methods, George Bayer is a tougher nut to crack. Bayer is less- thorough in the breadth of the material, and his style more scattered than those of W. D. Gann.


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