We can’t stare at markets all damn day, every day. So, things like thinking through how to build a working “time machine” provide a useful distraction. A “wait” machine for the brain? LOL.
Dual purpose, too: Keeps the brain working which, in turn, makes what’s ahead for markets “come in more clearly..:“
Some people, like me I confess, derive a Zen-like feeling from attacking the intractable and perhaps even impossible. Very much the techno-spin on a Zen Koan.
Today, part 2 of time machines – after we size-up the week’s financial carnage, a continuation of the longish discussion from Wednesday, for which I apologize: That one tipped the bifocals at somewhere north of 7,800 words, or about 1-10th of a novel. I promise a dash of brevity today. 5,690 words isn’t too brief, however.
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