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Friday 9-3 at 1:05 pm
bought ticker ANY at $6.97
Just jumped out of ANY at $6 temporarily
Bought BBIG at $10.33 at 8:05am
Sold BBIG at $11.45 at 11:44 am
BBIG 5 day chart
Should have stayed with ANY
ANY chart Today
Just bought SPRT at $23.65 at 7:25 am
20 day chart of SPRT
Sold SPRT at $26.90 at 3:20 pm +13%
Bought SPRT at $25.40 at 4:10 pm
If you're selling and rebuying the same stock in a short period, you
also need to learn about the tax implications of 'wash sales'.
Hopefully, he has an honest and competent tax accountant. Who has
briefed him on tax consequences.
You know as well as I do that he certainly did _not_ have one before
joining the "destroy Robinhood" clique.
We live in the best of times, there are no rules anymore.
Stock trading today is the wild-west and the vast
millions of new and mostly small investors have
Investors in a highly shorted stock with no resistance above
had better beware of a short-squeeze from the sudden
rush of the small-time investing flock roaming the seas
looking for a quick meal.
And that's the way it should be, what we are witnessing
is nothing less than the prophecy of Christ...
"Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth."
Screw the hedge funds and whales controlling everything
for their well-being. It's our turn.
I am a true-believer, making even a Holy Roller blush
when it comes to stock trading.
Look at this chart from last week, I've done my homework
and I know what I see.
5 day chart of EFTR
Notice the global pattern is repeated with
little copies of itself along the way.
That's the fractal property which is the
hallmark of a self-organized system.
A system that's taken on a 'life of it's own'
and displays spontaneous emergent patterns.
A system that's the source of evolution
and creation itself, responsible for
all visible order up to and including
the universe itself.
When I look at that stock chart above
I see not just emergent collective behavior
I see the secret to Nature herself.
I see the Face of God in those charts.
And that is a mathematically justified
I'm not making this stuff, complexity mathematics advises
...TO LIVE FOR TODAY.
PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy
Self-organized complexity in economics and finance
This article discusses some of the similarities between work
being done by economists and by physicists seeking to contribute
to economics. We also mention some of the differences in the
approaches taken and seek to justify these different approaches
by developing the argument that by approaching the same problem
from different points of view, new results might emerge.
In particular, we review two newly discovered scaling results
that appear to be universal, in the sense that they hold
for widely different economies as well as for different
time periods: (i) the fluctuation of price changes of any
stock market is characterized by a probability density
function, which is a simple power law with exponent −4
extending over 102 SDs (a factor of 108 on the y axis);
this result is analogous to the Gutenberg–Richter
power law describing the histogram of earthquakes
of a given strength; and (ii) for a wide range of
Some Similarities with Critical Point Phenomena
Stock prices respond to fluctuations in demand, just
as the magnetization of an interacting spin system
responds to fluctuations in the magnetic field.
Periods with large number of market participants
buying the stock imply mainly positive changes in
price, analogous to a magnetic field causing spins
in a magnet to align.
Because big economic shocks affect the economy around
the world (everything depends on everything else), the
possibility of an economic “earthquake” is one that
we must take seriously.
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Complex systems organizational map.jpg
Evolution and adaptation
Systems theory and Cybernetics
Self-organization, also called (in the social sciences)
spontaneous order, is a process where some form of overall
order arises from local interactions between parts of an
initially disordered system. The process can be spontaneous
when sufficient energy is available, not needing control
by any external agent. It is often triggered by seemingly
random fluctuations, amplified by positive feedback.
The resulting organization is wholly decentralized,
distributed over all the components of the system.
As such, the organization is typically robust and able
to survive or self-repair substantial perturbation.
Chaos theory discusses self-organization in terms
of islands of predictability in a sea of chaotic
Self-organization occurs in many physical, chemical,
biological, robotic, and cognitive systems.
Examples of self-organization include crystallization,
thermal convection of fluids, chemical oscillation,
animal swarming, neural circuits, and black markets.
THE ROYAL SOCIETY
How self-organization can guide evolution
Jonathan Glancy, James V. Stone and Stuart P. Wilson
Published:01 November 2016https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.160553
Self-organization and natural selection are fundamental forces
that shape the natural world. Substantial progress in understanding
how these forces interact has been made through the study of
In a self-organizing system, a complex group behaviour
emerges from local interactions between individuals
behaving without plan or instruction....
Post by Chrysi Cat
And that he was likely just going to take his receipts to Jackson
Hewitt, or maybe Block if he was willing to spend a little more, rather
than putting a CPA on retainer first.
I'll worry about the IRS LATER. Right now theory rules.
BIG LIE From Wiki - "The German expression was coined by Adolf Hitler
when he dictated his 1925 book Mein Kampf, to describe the use of a lie
so *colossal* that no one would believe that someone "could have the
impudence to distort the truth so infamously."