It would seem the previous thread was closed.Ahh but, their methods are beyond science and are unexplainable parts of conciousness that can only be proved by demonstration, and i'll be damned if i am going to demonstrate something that took me 20 years of hard work to discover. But i will use the excuse that i am a forum elder here to answer questions, but only ones where i can quote the same cheesy money management and psychology lines that are in every trading book, blog, website, seminar ect ect..Nothing actually useful will be shared..
Therefore, and this is addressed to *Onemind*;
If I demonstrate the egregious thinking behind the *random walk theory* I shall demonstrate it in this manner, and for the following reasons.
The scientific method requires only one example to disprove a theory.
The theory is assumed to be valid if no proofs to the contrary can be demonstrated.
Therefore, if you post your acceptance of the previous statement, I shall provide 2 examples, specific, that disprove the *random walk theory*
If you don't accept the previous statement, then I shall not bother, as it will only lead to further circular argument, and currently I don't have the time.
That is not to say that you cannot challenge, dispute, question the examples, in fact I would expect you to. But it will keep the discussion focused over the short timeframe.
If, after contemplation you come to accept my two examples as disproving the *random walk theory* it will allow you to find not just the two examples I have given, but the hundreds of non-random events that happen everyday within the financial markets.