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Put to Call

The Technical Existentialist Technical analysts use ratios, like put-to-call, to indicate probable futures. Ratios, being a critique of pure reason, can be used to get as close as possible to attainment, achieving “objective reality” to validate its existence (what naturally … Continue reading

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When the Price is Right

In a free market, everything is legitimately priced on demand. The price to be paid is not dictated but discovered. Buyers and sellers come together, freely engaged in commerce to discover risk beyond the dimension of avoiding it. We learn … Continue reading

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The Refresh Switch

(Nulling the Hypothesis) In America, aristocracy got a fresh start. Aristocracy has been extended in historical perspective and existentialists, like Ayn Rand, emerged to question the absolute value of moral conventions. The concept of equality, for example, has universal value … Continue reading

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The Null Hypothesis

An existentialist like Jean-Paul Galibert, operating with “a philosophy of the inexistence,” has the practical effect of working with the null hypothesis, which is the philosophy of science. By always trying to disprove something we come closer to its proof … Continue reading

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