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 The market has been in range mode for quite a while, then one day it breaks out/down into a new range where, in this theory, it will stay for a while. Sub atomic particles have a probability that the particle will be in a certain energy sphere, but not its specific location. In the market, there would be a probability that the price will be in a certain range, but one might not know the exact price. At some point due to energy input of some sort, the particle or price jumps to a different level. The ranges seem to have some regularity as do the jumps.

Peter Grieve writes: 

Very nice– the quantum theory of markets. Particles can also "tunnel" out of boxes which they shouldn't be able to leave under classical theories, and get into other boxes. There may be a market analogy here also.

I took a class from Feynman in my undergradute days (about a million years ago) and he was a powerhouse. He had tremendous intellectual integrity, and was a strong advocate of intellectual discipline. He said something like "the person you least want to fool is yourself, and you are the easiest one for you to fool".
 


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  1. nik on October 21, 2016 2:45 am

    If one think further about this idea could it be possible that the market participants do influence the price of a stock by just watching it?

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