How To Avoid The Crypto ‘Whack A Mole’ Curse
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John F. Wasik is the author of “Lightning Strikes,” “Keynes’s Way to Wealth”and 15 other books on innovation, money and life

Reply to John Wasik “How To Avoid The Crypto ‘Whack A Mole’ Curse”

Making money by trading does not depend on the “There are even more wildcards that will hurt cryptos that will make picking the most profitable one over time difficult.” as the author wrote.

In stock trading and crypto trading, we make money on fluctuations. We do not pick the most profitable one over time.

When do fluctuations occur and who created them? Once we know and understand why fluctuations occurs, we make money. We have to know who are the participants in the trade. They are the ones who move the market.

My tax consultant is one of my my recipients on stock trading prediction business. He profited from playing options at critical points of this chart. I do not explain the reasons for the fluctuations here but recommend the readers to my publication last week on dr minh in LinkIn.com “THE CHAOS OF THE HEART, INTERNET AND SYSTEMS FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM”.

But I can use an analogy. I am an academician with a PhD in quantum physics from Cornell and did most my physics at Stanford before entering the business world. Analogy is a standard tool in physics.

Suppose a non-Newtonian fluid in a channel hitting a wall. The height of the fluid would have the same fluctuation behave as on the Apple chart. In this analogy, the brick wall is the quarter report for AAPL stock on November 1 2018 and the fluctuations are caused by the inertia of the stocks trades rushing towards the report date. I call this physical manifestation “impact Oscillations”.

In linear physics, after you struck a brass tube you would hear the ringing sound, this is not impact oscillation. The impact oscillation occurs BEFORE the impact due to the chaos of the system far from equilibrium. This is n0n-linear phenomena.

Using AI we can recognize the impact oscillations phenomena for 10 000 stocks in the last seven years. We verify the Impact Oscillation hypothesis from the data.

WE are using our theory and AI to predict the stock market. Again, as I mention earlier: it has nothing to do with the difficulty of the choice of the profitable stock.

The impact of the earning announcement which can be positive or negative will create the impact oscillations: This is a consequence of Chaos theory which describes Non-Linear physics.