|From: PineValley||9/17/2021 1:29:14 PM|
|Sad news to report from Henry's Twitter account:|
This is Henry's daughter, Maria. I'm sorry to inform you that he passed away peacefully yesterday. He really enjoyed "Tweeter", as he called it, and I'm grateful to his followers for engaging him here!
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|From: Shack||9/18/2021 12:39:12 PM|
|It has taken a bit of time to process the loss of Henry, a great man who seemed almost immortal to me. Henry and I still communicated regularly, talking every couple of weeks. You'll be happy to know that he was as lucid and hilarious as always in our last conversation only a couple of weeks ago. |
Henry had a life of which I am and will always be envious. Nonetheless he always told me that life was full of tragedy, and certainly he had his share. He said it was important to persevere, and it is this lesson that I am taking from the man himself to help get through this. Henry always maintained his zest for life and his positivity was infectious to all those he touched. An absolute joy to be around.
My condolences to Maria and her family, We will all miss him dearly.
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|To: PineValley who wrote (209878)||9/19/2021 10:07:45 PM|
|From: robert b furman|
First off, "Thank You" for taking the time to advise us of Henry's passing.
Of course you know we here at SI, loved Henry's example of studious discipline regarding the market. That we really loved the moments when he'd share his learned view of the market, with an unbiassed discipline, especially when it match our lees that disciplined view. <smile>
As a newbie in SI back in 1997, I found Henry and his many friends who would ask questions, and Henry so generously would share his time, and so much better his learnings.
In Henry's later years, he discussed his mental accuracy's decline, I for one, met those no doubt honest proclamations, with denial - I think most of us here did as well. His humility was as good as his sharpness.
Henry's reads on the market were always viewed as unbiased and a higher level of honesty than what could be found from brokers.
I think we all knew we had an honest man who could be trusted and valued. A characteristic all but never found regarding the market.
Henry's reads/comments were of the highest integrity, without a personal gain to be had.
Henry was an oasis of integrity. He was such a breath of fresh air.
Not only did he offer an unbiased view, but he would guide us to developing our own views, through the disciplined learnings that allowed him to form his views.
Because of Henry, I have Frost and Prechter's book "ELLIOTT WAVE PRINCIPLE" and "Edwards and Magee "TECHNICAL ANALYSIS of STOCK TRENDS", both the earliest editions to be found possible (per Henry's instructions). I suspect Henry has left instructions to cherish these writings as they were his "Bibles of the market", as I perceive it.
IMHO these should be cherished heirlooms for your family to preserve.
I have a hole in my heart, with henry's passing. He was just such a helping and honest informative assistance to my development in understanding the market. I'm but one in a legion of others who will agree with me I'm sure.
Henry gave us all an example of how to be sincere and helpful on market issues, with out ever having self interest of benefit in sharing an honest view.
He gave us the highest of standards on how to learn and share a view.
I've regretted the day you've presented to me, as Henry was a crutch we all valued - an honest view to be relied upon, to ponder with our own.
You as well as his beloved hockey playing Grandsons (and all family) have a much greater and loving view than we her in the SI community can ever understand.
Just know the henry here in SI was a legend. A legend of constructive learning, which he totally shared ( for our collective well being).
Just want to once again "Thank You" for letting us know about Henry's passing.
RIP Henry, may we collectively be as constructive in this community as you individually were to us all!
I know of no greater words to say about your excellence in life.
I will truly miss your presence, and I Thank you for your gentle withdrawal which helped me prepare for this moment.
Henry will always be a "GREAT MAN" to me and I know I speak for many here a SI!
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