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NYSE Ticker Symbol SYY Daily by Stephen Coenen
Ticker USFD created from Daily Parabolic Projections 4/24/2017 to 4/28/2017 - #2 by Stephen Coenen
Ticker USFD created from Daily Parabolic Projections 4/24/2017 to 4/28/2017 by Stephen Coenen
Ticker USFD created from Daily Parabolic Projections 7/13/2016 to 4/27/2017 by Stephen Coenen
Speakers by Stephen Coenen
The one under the star by Stephen Coenen
Ocean Deco - Ticker Symbol JAMN 7/5/2011 to 8/1/2011 by Stephen Coenen
Bee Dream by Stephen Coenen
Placebo by Stephen Coenen
Brasil by Stephen Coenen
The Pour by Stephen Coenen
Eureka by Stephen Coenen
Flying with BA by Stephen Coenen
Chicago - Ticker Symbol JNJ Monthly by Stephen Coenen
Mating Dance by Stephen Coenen
Reflections by Stephen Coenen
What's the next big thing AAPL? by Stephen Coenen
Looking for Adventure with AXP by Stephen Coenen
EJ Dance with SNE by Stephen Coenen
Teardrop by Stephen Coenen
Rush Hour to SBUX by Stephen Coenen
Tiffany's Night Light by Stephen Coenen
Moving Too Fast by Stephen Coenen
Outside with SBUX by Stephen Coenen
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About Stephen Coenen
Originally conceived over 20 years ago as software that projects future price movements of the financial markets Stephen created "The Art of Markets" as a new way to look at art, mathematics, markets and the endless stream of data that the world produces every day. Based on the idea that markets move in predictable waves the software Stephen wrote a program using a proprietary algorithm created by Lee Kus that projects possible future market movements using the supply and demand curve.
The art is computer generated from projections of financial market price data and sometimes digitally manipulated. All the colors and the widths of each 'brush stroke' are totally random. One never knows what what a piece is going to look like until the program is done 'painting' and/or he gets a chance to shape it.
He first showed his work at the 2011 Ravenswood Art Walk and has been on display at M & D Gallery, Chicago, IL for the past 2 years. And in December 2013 a slide show of work was displayed during Art Basel in Miami Beach at the New Materials Show in cooperation with artist Diane Ponder.
You can see other pieces created from market data at http://TheArtofMarkets.com.
And if you like to commission art using specific stock or market please contact me.