Registered: Jul 2005
06-16-12 02:11 AM
Quote from jack hershey:
The author is incorrect.
But as you have said, nothing you read is going to influence your beliefs.
So I hope you were not influenced by the periferal information you quoted the author as, perhaps, believing and possibly writing about markets and trading.
The above quote is related to the CW.
Throw the book away. This will gain you a lot of future time savings.
I do not have to react nor do I have to predict.
I make money continually.
Below, I condense all there is to know about trading markets. If you have this information you can go lower and be powerful. If you are powerful you can go lower and have loads of money.
The market contains five streams of information.
Each has a known and precise order of events.
You construct the paradym using Keynes admonition to use "like kind" to form a complete Hypothesis Set. The Parametric Measure of the HS is done using Carnap's requirement: logic theory.
Go through and save the pages that address what I told you above that is not going to change your mind. Tear each page out one at a time if it is off topic relative to my views.
I have just finsihed writing, laying out the complete logic, providing all finite examples, and putting all the facts in order.
The overview is six pages.
The text with one ommitted part is 19 pages, the expansive ommitted part is about 70 pages.
All is laid out landscape and has book end charts of the finite list of examples.
The perspective is not just price like the book you are wasting your time reading.
If there is an order of events, then there is no need to predict. You look at the interwoven list of five OOE's
Since all trading is done in NOW, prima facia, reacting is too late and not effective nor efficient.
Now is a vertical line in time. Draw a parallel line in the future.
If you know what is observable in the Present, you get to know what is going on on the vertical line to the right.
The line is located precisely along the delineation of what is called NEXT in the order of events of the five intertwined streams that define the market completely.
It has been explained you are a "post". Adjectives helped as well.
The bottom line is that there is no noise, no anomalies and no flaws. In other words, the market is always correct.
I obey the market at all times. I am its partner. My name is parasitic, front running technician.
The market and I agree it is finite. Your author does not. He is incorrect.
George Boole invented the algebra of the markets. Each numeric base has its own algebra. Your author does not know this.
When computers were invented at first they only had simple hardware. Later, it was determined that inventing a language for a computer came first. Being old and talented, I worked on APL's. Before that I worked on making vacuum tube computers work logically.
Today there is a language to use to replicate the 5 entwined OOE's using finite math. It is called, advisedly, RDBMS
You need only one sheet of paper to draw all the possible finite relationships in the market.
Almost all of them depict non events.
Money is made knowing the NEXT event and waiting through the non events to be able to parasitically frontrun technically the exquisite market's timing. I trade at five times the market's capacity.
So in a nut shell, you are fucked and a post of some kind. You cannot think anymore. You believe the myths in that book.
There was no reason to buy that book.
Thank you for coming to help me here, Jack. I was wearying of carrying the burden alone. I suggest that you offer to mentor him. If he rejected Dr. Mudgins, surely he will accept your diametrically opposed views.