If you had information about the market coming from 40 years in the future that you felt you could trust, would you trade it? How would you trade it? Because of my belief system, i have some information that i feel is relevant to the year 2050 or so. The information comes out of a book published 11 years ago or so that's basically a transcript of conversations between someone i haven't met and two beings that came to visit him from the future. They say they can do that because time is not linear, but holographic in nature. So, everything that has ever happened has already happened and that time is essentially *finished* from the perspective of eternity. And, they say, time is an aspect of imagination, which is why i'm starting this thread in the psychology forum. The two beings in question claim to have lived in America, one of them a university professor for a while. Imo, the story is believable. So, here is what specifically they said about certain aspects of the market. Btw, they did not come to talk about the market but these things were discussed in passing because the guy who put this book out considered himself a trader at that time. Specifically, about the DOW, they said it would be at 100,000 They said we will be experiencing a great bull market getting there. They said, The car industry in America will move into hybrids (electricity/gas) The car industry in Europe will move into fuel cell (hydrogen) technology My question is, if you thought you could count on this information, how would you trade it?