Dear Readers,

We hereby want to welcome our new readers and thank our long time readers for their continued patronage of Acting Man.

 

E-Book Project

We also want to announce an upcoming project. We plan to produce a collection of past articles on theory and history and publish it as an e-book.

Why might this be useful? For one thing, newer readers are often not aware of these articles, unless we happen to refer back to them. For both long time and new readers such an e-book may be a valuable resource. Obviously, we are not inventing the wheel anew; we are merely providing relatively short and easy to grasp summaries of what are often considered complex topics.

Here are a few examples of articles that can be expected to be part of the collection (they will be edited a bit for the book):

 

 


 

On Economy:

The Production Structure

Money and Credit – There is a Difference

 


 

On the Problem of Fractional Reserve Banking:

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Quantitative Easing Explained

The Errors and Dangers of the Price Stability Policy

 


 

We have so far neither decided on pricing, nor on a publication date, however, we can tell you that the e-book will also contain hitherto unpublished material that we thought was too long or too specialized for the blog.

 

New on Acting Man:

We also want to point out a few features that have recently been changed or  added to the site.

One is the 'most read posts' feature on the sidebar, and one the link to 'Global Gold', a Swiss company which we have an affiliate agreement with. Global Gold offers a cost-efficient and safe way to purchase and store precious metals in vaults outside the banking system. Given gold's character as – among other things – an insurance against systemic problems, such an option makes a lot of sense in our opinion.

We have also recently optimized the site for quicker loading times.

 

Acting Man Site Visits and the Elliott Wave Principle

When looking at the statistics of the monthly average of daily unique visits to the Acting Man, we have noticed something interesting: the progression is actually an Elliott Wave pattern. So far we seem to have primary wave 1 in place, which clearly unfolded in a 5 wave pattern (it is possible that wave 5 will still sub-divide further).  Here is the chart showing the pattern:

 


 

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Acting man site visit statistics over time: an Elliott wave pattern.

 


 

We are happy to hear about any suggestions readers may have regarding the site, whether of a technical nature or with regard to content. Please do not hesitate to e-mail us at info@acting-man.com.

 

Support

We are honored by your readership. If you want to extend additional support to Acting Man, you can do so either by donations or by ordering something from our affiliates Elliottwave.com or Global Gold after going to their sites via the links provided at the Acting Man site. We want to thank readers who have shown their support in the past. We greatly appreciate your valued contributions, which help us defray the costs of running the site.

 


 

 

 

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Dear Readers!

You may have noticed that our so-called “semiannual” funding drive, which started sometime in the summer if memory serves, has seamlessly segued into the winter. In fact, the year is almost over! We assure you this is not merely evidence of our chutzpa; rather, it is indicative of the fact that ad income still needs to be supplemented in order to support upkeep of the site. Naturally, the traditional benefits that can be spontaneously triggered by donations to this site remain operative regardless of the season - ranging from a boost to general well-being/happiness (inter alia featuring improved sleep & appetite), children including you in their songs, up to the likely allotment of privileges in the afterlife, etc., etc., but the Christmas season is probably an especially propitious time to cross our palms with silver. A special thank you to all readers who have already chipped in, your generosity is greatly appreciated. Regardless of that, we are honored by everybody's readership and hope we have managed to add a little value to your life.

   

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3 Responses to “Housekeeping Note”

  • worldend666:

    Don’t forget your original board discussion participants when you are sipping champagne and scooping up caviar in Silicon Valley after the Acting Man IPO :-)

  • Thanks for this site. A couple of those daily hits are probably me seeing if something new has been posted. I mention it and link it quite often to other sites where I post. Thanks again.

  • Hans:

    Another excellent idea from, Mr Tenebrarum! I have over a dozen of your
    threads that need to archived…

    Thank you, Sir, for all you do! This is certainly on must go website, for all
    of those with a cranial mass index of over 100..

    Brilliant pieces of work should not gather dust…

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