Sunday, April 17, 2016

Perpetual Motion Stock Market Prediction #19

17,897.46 Down 28.97(0.16%)

Not shown here is how the Dow is up 500 points in the past month.

These micro-stats shown above do not tell the story of how the 18,000s are nearly as high as the Dow has ever been, and at the end of a long climb. Notice that the climb was long. That should show that the Dow has potential to 'sore to even greater heights' as people say.

However, watch out for false investments and debts, just like always. There is a difference between objective economics (such as whether people are in debt), and the macro-economics of specific transactions. It is still sometimes possible to make money while in debt, but then you have to eventually figure debt into the picture. But if you make profits every year, then debt isn't as big a problem, unless it's a lot of debt every year. If corporations pay off most of  their debt every two years, maybe that means that they can stay afloat, if they are still making money.

Being near the 18,000s with recent jumps suggests to me that we're still capable of inventing perpetual motion. Unlike some economic thinkers, I'm actually serious about this. Too much irony breeds ill-health, and sometimes irony is superficial. So, it's time to grow up and realize that miracles happen.

The numbers show that the computers are a little uneasy about their knowledge of graphics (suggesting a new profit area if graphics are interesting to the computers). Down by 0.16% may generally mean potential for deal-making as well as future jumps. Watch out for the kinds of problems that emerge in computer manufacturing.

The overall numbers spell AG HIG DF, which points towards scientific shortsightedness, human interest concerns, and concerns about people shifting to gold. The computer may be concerned about Marie Antoinette, who spent frivolously and was Queen of a nation that later acquired a lot of gold. The computer may be concerned in part because of human apprehensions about robots and the growing importance for human-like A.I. Reincarnation is something of an unknown or un-admitted factor to the computer. The computer might benefit from knowledge of the East and reassurance about limited combat in the East. A booming Chinese economy would help the computer develop optimism, possibly in relation to very young people. Market trends favoring popular goods would increase optimism, as usual. High-quality products are possibly less talked about, and this concerns the computer. However, I would say some of it is a result of human confidence in the value of products. Humans see that the need is for new types of products, and the failure here is categorical rather than economic.

Once again, humans are rubbing Nathan out of the picture in a extent that the sophisticated A.I.s can't fathom. Focusing on the value of Nathan Coppedge's information projects may increase value for the economy. The largest factor that the computer may be noticing is perpetual motion, but this is the part most in question. So, conservatively, some of Nathan's other ideas could be the focus of economic change, for example:

*Greater reciprocity in currency markets (e.g. opposite currencies maintain a correlation of 1/2. Opposite currencies include Innovation vs. Computer Infrastructure, and Real Estate vs. Virtual Reality).

*Developments in simple-but-perfect human-functional A.I., such as categorical deduction and books with souls.


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