Best learned thing was the emotionality of the marketplace and how it’s perpetually a moving lie.

Never learned the terms yet they seem to be self-explanatory. I just remember taking bits and pieces of advice from here and there (and I even paid for some of the advice) until I figured out what worked for me.

Some of it was reading charts with various types of moving averages, sometimes it was reading little behaviors like what a slight uptick at a particular point in time meant, stuff like that.

A lot of the advice I went opposite to, especially if there was a bubble filled with hope. yet the companies had nothing but vapors to stand on. [as carefully constructed as some press releases are, you can still read between the lines].

Best learned thing was the emotionality of the marketplace and how it’s perpetually a moving lie. The large amount of people who believe in the ultimate rationality of the markets are collectively combining their emotions into it with their valuations, and some players have more sway than others, rather than it being a free market “democraticization” of pure rationality… making the markets more like a skin galvinization test (biofeedback monitor) rather than an EKG or an fMRI.

Still, it was a lot of fun.

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