Friday, May 7, 2010


Unless you are a super computer with a backdoor to the exchange there is no way to trade in this market. The future of finance is today. Robots fighting each other in a virtual world.

1 comment:

  1. RE: virtual world

    The Jim Sinclair is correct. A potential infinity exists in a virtual world of building levels in a pyramid. Its no different than 1,2,3,4...

    When you are allowed *Purely* synthetic instruments to be declared an asset that can be used as collateral in a loan (self-made money creation process) plus derivatives to reference that fictional asset, you've got the ability to build levels in a pyramid like 1,2,3,4...

    How does that involve a limiting exponential function? The one you claim lasts 60-80 years max (or is that 60-100 years or 60-120 years hahahaha) The banks make money by fees instead of interest.

    Tell me of a book that explains fractional reserve banking in great technical detail. "Modern Money Mechanics" by the Chicago Fed is outdated