I'm sick of having to hear these xyber9 commercials on cnbc 20 times daily all this week. Who the H%$#&@ is this Robert Taylor who claims to have been nominated for a nobel prize for "proving" that markets are not random? 1. I'm not saying markets are random. I don't believe they are random. Just never hear anyone talking about this guy proving anything. 2. How do you get nominated for a nobel prize? Is that some kind of a big deal? Can I nominate myself? 3. Don't mind me, I keep cnbc on in the background in case they ever break a story before anyone else (don't remember the last time that happened). I really get sick of the same 10 commercials being drummed into my head repeatedly. Just thought it was kind of funny this guy throwing around that he was nominated for a nobel prize in order to sell software. I really am curious how difficult it is to be nominated for a nobel prize. That might be a great resume stuffer!