Monthly Archives: December 2014

Put’n On The Happy Face

The happy face. That iconic symbol Walmart adopted to symbolize economic satisfaction on demand, is but an abstraction. It’s a put on. Always the lowest prices is at the expense of demand destruction. Whenever I see the Happy Face all … Continue reading

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At the Risk of Going Gamma

Risk is a mechanical process with a psychological component. Without the perception of it, there is cause without purpose. To be objective, and reduce errors of attribution, Wall Street technicians build models used in physics. Being objective, it appears that … Continue reading

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The Cause to Pause

Utilizing methods that yield to detriment gives us cause to pause. It is a demand existence, often measuring the wrong way to do it right. Instead of a meaningless ontology, IT IS a meaningful ontology. There is no cause without … Continue reading

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What’s Missing

Mis-Pricing the Risk Solving a problem requires knowing what is missing. Macro-risk management, for example. What’s missing is the free market. How is it that every time I deal with a free market, one way or another, satisfaction is guaranteed, … Continue reading

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Measuring De-nominal Value

Regression analysis is a time series, back testing for reality. Technicians have a reasonably good sense of the timing associated with using derivatives, for example, and what the effect will be. It is not gambling. It is an inflation adjuster–deflation. … Continue reading

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What “Just Happened”

According to conservatives, economic detriment “just happens.” It is an expected risk. That’s life. Just accept it. Congress just made it the rule of law. What Happens “Now” With the “CRomninbus” bill passed as amended, we can now expect financial … Continue reading

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The Technical Objective

Measuring the Cause Without Purpose Technical objectivists observe the way things actually behave and then regress causal attributions that really have no purpose. What actually happens has little meaning without knowing why they really happen, which gives knowing why predictive … Continue reading

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