Much (or little) is often made on ET of those deranged and highly annoying individuals who manifest, or create, multiple aliases with the appearance of multiple personalities. Such posters give me little pause because I deal with them daily in my private trading therapy practice. What vexes me no end is that seemingly intelligent and accomplished individuals think so little of themselves, and ultimately of us here, that they create the opposite of multiple personalities: the conjoined personality. Wherein they contrive collectively to create the illusion that a single prolific poster is an ubertrader. Capable of creating and trading a system so complex that no single normal person could hope to comprehend it and profit from its enormous potential. This creates intense frustration for those who attempt to understand it, so that they submissively seek the tutelage and guidance of the superhuman conjoined personality guru. There is an element of smug contempt for ET here in the practice's similarity to the 1969 literary hoax "Naked Came the Stranger." I believe that one reason the multiple personality posters are so obvious is that they unintentionally share stylistic compositional similarities. Whereas the conjoined personality poster goes largely unremarked because the conspirators endeavor to emulate a single style, perhaps that of the most senior amongst them. So we detect multiple aliases by their similarities, and the conjoined alias by its differences. Such differences arise, I believe, because the multiple authors may not be co-located, may be of two or more genders, and may not be aware of the wild embellishments other authors have made to the pseudo-history of the putative guru. So what practical use can we glean from this insight? Perhaps to be suspicious of the motives of highly prolific, long-running posters. Or imposters.