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On a point & figure chart, an estimation of future price movements. Point & figure charts seek to identify support and resistance levels. Counts are estimates on the likelihood that a security will break through one or the other and result in a large profit or loss.
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The story of how the Etichonids, who had been dukes of Alsace going back to the seventh century, came to identify themselves by the eleventh merely as a local comital family is a revealing case study in the transformation of post-Carolingian Europe.
The family, who became the Counts of Barcelona, moved from a comital power that was considered "private, heritable, and divisible property" (138) to primogeniture and consolidation.
148, n.12), coupled with comital rewards to Reconquest campaigners, caused an upsurge of violent local lordship.
But this took place within a polity which from its inception had scarcely known the concept of public order thought to have characterized Carolingian west Francia until around the millennium; even in ninth-century east Francia there is little sign of the comital courts or placita which Wickham sees as so characteristic of the Carolingian order.(37) The Ottonians ruled, but did not govern (except in the limited sense of organizing their fiscal resources in east Saxony quite intensively).

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