Just a thought. We look at the Bitcoin chart and see three humps...or waves, then it resets and the next three start, only bigger. If we agree that the bigger alts (say ETH, BTH and LTC) follow a similar chart movement, you expect to see three as well (and most people doing TA think they do). But I think we only see two on the alts. I think Bitcoin's second hump is actually a continuation of the first wave, despite its deep dive near the end. This would help to explain how the alts sort of look like they have two humps and bitcoin has three clear humps. What if our view of the alts and the charts as a whole be skewed by what we think we see on Bitcoin? What if we are not really at the end of the third hump, but really at the end of the second hump? Could adjustments in your math support such a hypothesis?
@andoverg, The large and obvious pyramid drawn with math cannot be denied. It is a mathematical "slap in the face" obviousness. How he math is placed on the graph is the real question that needs to be answered.
@andoverg, I believe the middle "hump" is the transition to the larger one yet to be built. This is mathematically supported in my theory and named "ring transfer". The research I have done supports a mathematical bottom. Only time and additional research will tell.