Really? the last new topic is a month old

Posted by dbright007 on June 05, 2012 (01:22AM)

Really?

Posted by The Otter Way on June 05, 2012 (02:48AM)

No....

Quants, reversion, and means testing is a good topic to view...  created 6/5...

Or we can start another like particle acceleration or Sub-Octave wave where 19 waves are there but 8 are very meaningful.

Price is traveling simultaneously through all the sub-octaves of a binary algorithm of the square of the number base. Wow what a statement! Let’s break it down. We use a 10 number base system. The square of the number base is 10 squared or 100. The binary algorithm of 100 is 100 divided by 2 divided by 2 repeatedly down to very small numbers. Each subdivision of 100 by 2 represents a sub-octave’s interval size.

Can these be used for both price and volume.... the answer is yes...

Posted by TampaJake on June 05, 2012 (09:03AM)

Crawfish must be brain food ... Since this is so far over my head, no pain resulted in me trying to figure it out. I was with you until you said binary algorithm. I will now join OF in the dumb monkey section.

Posted by OldFart on June 05, 2012 (11:25AM)

Posted by The Otter Way on June 05, 2012 (12:19PM)

2 Funny!

Posted by treeHamster on June 05, 2012 (01:27PM)

That's about how smart I feel most of the time.

Posted by Bayou Steve on June 05, 2012 (01:33PM)

007 - TK forum has a way of grouping posts. Just click on "forum" at the top of the page to bring up the most recent posts.

Otter - I would have rather the particle acceleration explanation but I it must work something like this:

http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Performance/ParticleAcceleration/

Posted by The Otter Way on June 05, 2012 (01:49PM)

Posted by dbright007 on June 08, 2012 (12:08AM)

No worries.  Just figured the stock section of the forum would be a bit more active.
I think many of the active chatters are more options folks.  And again, no worries there either.  Have jumped in to that yet.

Just trying to start a little dividend portfolio.  Plenty of stuff on the web to keep me occupied and still fun checking in and ready the new posts in other sections.