Registered: Feb 2003
07-24-12 11:23 PM
Quote from Ohno:
If a neophyte was interested in learning to understand the language used in the system being traded by Mr. Hershey, where might he begin?
I followed along yesterday and this morning and was intrigued by what I glimpsed. Unfortunately despite seeing it in action through a window that was opened a sliver, I cannot grasp what rules were used.
the best thing to do is begin when you have no beleifs or myths in the way.
as in all learning, only one thing is going on. drills.
Try to recall how you learned to read or write.
Then go over how you learned addition and multiplication.
As I see it, and tried it out for 10 years, it takes about 40 class days to have it down cold.
The CW got it wrong. John Boyd well explained how CW doean't work. (do not go and read OODA.
Others who cannot follow me, feel that I am screwed up. I see their very real orientation as a CW orientation and this PREVENTS them from taking the high RISK to use their minds deductively.
the same kids that learned in 40 days, had a common shift in the SAT's. this Amptude test score shifted an average of 123 points for all students over 10 years. SAT uses a 6 sigma range and it is Gaussian. A 123 point shift in the middle (where else) is a tough stat to refute. The ETS tried and failed.
I taught by only answering questions put to me by students. texts were finsihed by late FEB and then we did the maths they requested. It was always the same maths. So I used tests like Beat the dealer and how to lie with statisitcs. The latter took 10 days to do. My library budget was always the largest department budget in the school.
One course I taught was a combo of theoratical physics and thoeretical calculus. It met 9 hours a week. Anyone who took it could go to any college he chose. And they did.
If I posted my logs and annotated charts for one week and you spent a lot of time studying them, then you could learn to trade in a week or so if you are of any high school age.
My best shot at a brief repair job was with hatetherisk. He did markets bar-by bar. He avered that he was having emotional concerns fter his entry and up to his exit. he was correct since he was anxious, fearful and angry. All these things come from not knowing what is going on.
I explained to him that half the time he could eliminate his emotions. If he did then he could eliniate another remaining half if he then did the second part of my solution. So he stopped posting and lost out.
What takes the time to learn to trade is building the spectrum in one;s mind. I could write out this spectrum and stuff it in your mind. then fter a night's sleep you would ask me questions to fill in the rough spots in the stuffing. Then you would be an expert.
Liz is licensed in NLP and curing ills through hytmotizing(sp); she learned to make 30% with real money (100Kstarting) in a month. She didn't like it though.
To learn thoroughly and quickly, you cannot make mistakes in learning; you have to avoid going through making corrections.
One of my inventions, spaggetti charts shows how streams of ingredients are interwoven to get a whole.
There are five streams that form the system of extracting the market's offer. Each one has an Order of Events. The weaving is done only one way by regarding only one market Pattern.
I have posted each of the streams and the order of events in each of the streams. I have stated the ingredients of the two sub sets of end effects and I have shown that the two subsets are non overlpping.
For the ATS I have stated that there are 24 tables to keep records. I have explained the coding system and named two coding languages.
The system is one that was deduced. That is, by thinking through the pieces of a market, you can figure out how the pieces MUST fit together and they only fit together in one unique way.
What happens when I person gets his mind built is that he has a spectrum in his mind. There are 17 or 18 pieces (I am not going to go count them). The meat of the spectrum is filled in with facts that make the pieces work in concert with each other.
For me, I learned to think when I got out of college. I had to solve problems that I was asked to discover. I became methodical. I only worked in one sphere of opportunity and I traded with a friend.
By pencilling charts day after day, I became informed of how my mind worked. Then I subconsciously came to what I saw the market doing in 1957, before mostly any tools were ever invented. I had no barriers at all.
Read all the posts of baro san. Start with the first post. His mind is not wrecked as are most minds.
I would say that mostly everyone wrecks their minds at some point in their lives. Now neuroscience is getting invented.
Temple Grandin is a good example of a person whereby, no one can get in her mind's way.
I am going to read all of your posts, next.