Jun

19

As we all know, the market has had two small up days but is down over longer periods starting with 3 days. Yesterday's action was unusual in that it was a big up opening, but down consistently from the opening. I find that such a condition has never occurred before, although it all seems quite reasonable and de rigeur. What other seemingly normal things hardly ever happen, thereby violating the random walk?

I dare say an artful Downian simulation of the last 3 days would show that the actual transpiration of events was quite normal under random numbers, ( the magnitudes of the opens would have to be taken into account), yet it didn't in real life. Does it signify anything except the infinite creativity of the market mistress, who is so likely to find that those louses will go back to their spouses in these terrible days.


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