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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    During daylight - Yes, during nighttime - No.
    From the open - Yes. In a tunnel - No.
    One rat - Yes. Many - No.
    Few occasions - Yes. Consistently - No.
    Enormous rate - Yes. Small rate - No.
    -------- - Yes. -------- No.
    -------- - Yes. -------- No.


    But the bigger question is: Could rats beat me along with my this strategy?
    Look, for example, at this elegant little experiment. A rat was set in a maze that is T-shaped with a few morsels of food placed on the left or far right side of the enclosure. The dice is rigged, although the positioning of the food is determined: on the left side sixty per cent of the moment, the food was set over the long term. How did the rat respond? It quickly realized that the left side was rewarding. Because of this, it always went to the left, which caused a sixty percent success rate. The rat did not try for perfection. It did not hunt for a Unified Theory of the maze, or attempt to decode the disorder. Rather, it accepted the inherent uncertainty of the reward and learned to settle for the best possible option.

    The experiment was then repeated with Yale undergraduates. Contrary to the rat, their brains that were swollen stubbornly searched for the elusive pattern that determined the positioning of the reward. They tried to learn from their forecast errors and made predictions. The problem was that there was nothing whatsoever to forecast: the randomness was actual. Since the pupils refused to settle for a 60 percent success rate, they ended with a 52 percent success rate. Even though most of the students were convinced they made progress towards identifying the underlying algorithm a rat was really outsmarting them.

    P64 HOW WE DECIDE

    I believe the rat will beat you.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Look, as an example, at this tasteful small experiment. There was A rat set at a maze that is T-shaped with a few morsels of food put on the left or far right side of the enclosure. The dice is rigged, although the food's positioning is randomly determined over the long run, the food was placed on the left side sixty per cent of the moment. Did the rat react? It quickly realized the left side was more rewarding. Because of this, it went to the left, which resulted in a sixty percent success rate. The rat did not try for perfection. It did not...
    Thanks buddy, I liked this example. It is correct.

    But my method is a very smiple one, derived from pinciples of bookmaking (or you can say probabilities). In other words I attempt to become a Rat not a Yale grad. And I have the benefit of learing my lessons in the roads before getting and graduating professional certifiion with majors in what I learned in the roads. Believe me, who gave me tremendous edge over other students who never have a chance of such learning. Then I transferred to teaching Business Research. Changed the moto of my school, stole this new logo from someplace however, it symbolized what I tried to introduce with my group. Long after I left that job as the college principal their moto nevertheless is We don't teach, we create the principles of company

    Might be Yale graduates are correct but they don't know they are right.... Probably with 52% success rate they are getting snacks larger than what rats are getting with their 60% achievement rate or their odds of getting snacks larger than rats are 15.384615384% better than rats.

    ps. Allow Me to add

    By thinking like a Rat - Yes. By wearing a coat and a tie but believing like an idiot - No.
    (Thats why name of this thread says Make Your Own Road).

  3. #13
    HI:

    I am glad you enjoyed that quote. Whenever I am tempted to start playing with an indior or new system, I ask myself if I will allow the rat conquer me. That puts an end to all of the crap.

    Traders love to say you have to learn the way the market operates. There is nothing to learn! That's the secret.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    HI:

    I am glad you enjoyed that quote. I am tempted to start playing an indior or new system, I ask myself if I will let the rat beat me. This puts an end to all the crap.

    Traders love to say you've got to learn the way the market operates. There is nothing to learn! That is the secret.
    100% authentic.

    Trading is simple but not simple. That is the secret I discovered it challenging way.... Did I mention the word? Many don't need to take this fact that trading is apparently straightforward.

    Very great to see you and benefit from your views. Thanks.

  5. #15
    I tried making my road once.
    It isn't easy.
    That asphalt will not come from your clothes.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I tried making my own road once.
    It is not easy.
    That asphalt won't come from your clothes.
    I am a fifth grader. Will appreciate in the event that you let me know more about making the street utilizing asphalt. Maybe money and the time that I spent can buy some detergent.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    100% authentic.

    Trading is simple but not easy. That's the secret I discovered it hard way.... Can I mention that the term learned? Many do not need to take this fact that trading is straightforward.

    Very nice to see you and benefit from your perspectives. Thanks.
    It is so easy even a cave man can perform it

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    It Is so Easy even a cave man can do it
    It Is so Easy that a caveman can Devise it next generations find Tough to Exchange

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    It is so simple a caveman can devise it next generations find difficult even to trade
    That is because they think they can out think the market, Mate.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    hey, I remember that component. Can't recall the name of the shark that is big. Seeing how fx bucketshops r screwing traders trades. We can know that there r alot of boy plungers. Hahahaha
    The tip to buy sugar was awarded to Deacon S. V. White

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