# Thread: Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

1. ## Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

Good day all,

I'm interested in the process of deciphering mathematical systems. I believe the U.S. Stock Market is being controlled by a signalling system. Although all great nerds are essentially poor, the cracking of this system would result in great riches and unfortunately, probably death as well. It's better left alone but the challenge is phenomenal and quite addictive.

If you are interested in this topic, are well versed in geometry, trig and programming then please, your thoughts and comments are welcome.

What are the basic steps to deciphering a hidden mathematical system?

- live logic and long prosper

2. ## Re: Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

Hey Stockgoblin.

Deciphering hidden systems of any sort is not easy, but if you want to get some ideas then you should look into data mining, statistics, and applied mathematics.

I'd recommend getting a data mining text first.

Just remember, that this is not even close to being an exact science so you may be disappointed (although it can't be helped).

3. ## Re: Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

Are there any programmers here interested in collaborating on this?

4. ## Re: Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

Collaborating on a long arduous search for something that probably doesn't exist? You say "I believe the U.S. Stock Market is being controlled by a signalling system." If you want someone to help you you might want to state exactly why you believe this.

5. ## Re: Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

i can tell you and I wouldn't work well together at all. Yikes! Next. Any Dwayne Dibbley fans?

6. ## Re: Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

HallsofIvy made a valid point. There was no reason to be offensive about it. I think the other members posting on this thread were wondering the same thing. That doesn't mean we won't "work well together at all" it means that we aren't going to support a hypothesis that has no proof.

HallsofIvy is a well respected member of the Forum and deserves better treatment.

-Dan

7. ## Re: Deciphering a hidden mathematical signalling system

Originally Posted by topsquark
HallsofIvy made a valid point. There was no reason to be offensive about it. I think the other members posting on this thread were wondering the same thing. That doesn't mean we won't "work well together at all" it means that we aren't going to support a hypothesis that has no proof.

HallsofIvy is a well respected member of the Forum and deserves better treatment.

-Dan
There are hundreds of thousands of brokers in the stock market trade. If there are signs as promoted by OP all the brokers would have known about it and all their clients would have been rich. I would not call OP's belief a hypothesis. I hypothesis has a dignified meaning. I would call it speculative rumor.