Monthly Archives: June 2013

Method Yield and Over-Advantage

Using the scientific method allows us to over-advantage so fast in the name of optimizing the capital that we end up looking like the character in “The Scream.” Science, instead of solving problems, is a method to yield an advantage, … Continue reading

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Re-Integration of the Values

The Over-Advantaged Risk Proportion To avoid what is clearly considered the natural direction of the risk in late order, the elite must operationalize the expected values. The values are organized not to support but to resist the probable outcome. Conservative … Continue reading

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The Measure is the Message

The financial community says that technical indicators are currently confused, conflicted (what I describe as “conflationary risk” and articles by griffithlighton on this risk dimension can be found on the web). The confusion technically indicates capital is over-advantaged…not disconnected! Risk … Continue reading

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Dis-Integration of the Values

Disintegration occurs by consolidating industry and markets. The bigger you are the less risk you take. The reward increases but because the values are integral the reward is retributive. Identifying integral and derivative values is a function of pure logic…it … Continue reading

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Occupation of Space, Timing the Market

Utilizing a too-big-to-fail business plan occupies a lot of space. Occupation of so much space allows for timing the market. It makes the market so that risk can be avoided, leaving it for the crowd who, by definition, otherwise occupy … Continue reading

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For the Record

Record Q1, 2013 bank profits derive from the Great Recession. Five years later, property is being confiscated and sold to make a profit. Apparently, confiscation of property is not a moral hazard if, as Rand Paul tells us, it is … Continue reading

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What You Make is What You Take

America’s first treasury secretary envisioned a risk-control model that operationalized the expected value of elite authority with the expected value of its resistance. The time was right to fuse opposing values, conserving the fully assumed risk of loss by resisting … Continue reading

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