Figures from the classical theory are chosen on the basis of most probability is executable and the largest value of profitability. Presented ‘golden’ figures are likely executable that is close to 100%, and a sufficiently high return on investment. Foundation of the system are the two so- called ‘gold’ pieces ‘DIVING BOARDS’ and ‘KARUSEL’, each of which ensures that all the conditions necessary for the only profitable transactions, namely: – entry point into the market is identified uniquely, ie One, previously known value of the object of trade – the direction of market movement is uniquely identified, ie after entry into the market schedule is always moving in the intended direction – exit points uniquely identified, ie Again, one, known in advance the value of the object of trade. Thus, in contrast to the graphic figures presented in the classical theory of trading, ‘gold’ figures provide discrete, rather than a probabilistic implementation of online trading in financial markets, using empirical analysis. The main feature of ‘gold’ figures is that the transaction is conducted inside the trader figure using the ‘rebound’ of the level, whereas the classical theory of empirical analysis provides for the transaction after a figure using the ‘breakdown’ level.
Although this is a classical theory strongly recommends the use of ‘rebound’ of the level, since theoretically the probability of ‘rebound’ is higher than the probability of ‘breakdown’. In the proposed system of empirical online trading offer graphic figures, which are represented in the classical theory of online trading and are compared with other figures from the same classical theory, a fairly high probability of executable on the one hand, and sufficiently high profitability, on the other. The main drawback of these figures, however, like all other classical figures, is that they all focus on the ‘breakdown’ level. The point here is that classical theory does not provide accurate and unambiguous evidence that this is the breakdown occurs, ie that it is ‘true’ sample, and not ‘false’, and that the schedule after the passage of several paragraphs in the right direction suddenly unfold back. Proposed classical theory of how to identify ‘true’ breakdown in some degree true, but in most cases almost completely ‘eat’ income trader. Therefore, a probabilistic component in itogovoyh the results of trading with classical figures higher than in the final results of trading with the ‘gold’ pieces. Consequently, getting the bottom line, rather than loss, the trader can be obtained by results are not a single transaction, but several, and the more they will be, the probability of making a profit above.