Sunday, February 21, 2016

Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #15 (Broad Predictions)

Dow Stocks since 1935.

Given this set of data, it would be hard to predict less than status quo in the next 17 years. It might be equally probable to see 200% growth on current numbers.

This puts the probability of perpetual motion in the next 17 years at approximately 78% in terms of stocks.

Obviously, the computers should be information-focused, and given what I know, they should focus on conservative risks that pay off big. These are outlier data points that are not considered in conventional equations. Black swan gold mines that don't sap investors. Secret capital investments that come across as revelations when they are revealed.

I don't mean to sound like a madman. The economy is predicted to stay constant 2/9ths of the time, or rise by some amount 7/9ths of the time.

And beyond the 18,000s I predict that perpetual motion will eventually be invented.

It has been crossed before, so the ribbon has been cut, so to speak.

What is all this concrete aspiration (trillions of dollars) for, if not some new discovery?

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