2 Part Report: My Crypto Patent Filing & Tech Waves to 3D

Two concepts to kick around in today’s report.  One is a proposal which would overcome one of the major objections to crypto currencies.  Namely that they are more notional than fungible.  We propose a fix.

Second part of the report which is out there now because a lot of our subscribers “give large at Christmas.”  And I want to explain why the Ure’s gave away a 3D printing rig.  All about economics.

Then there’s the ChartPack – after a few headlines.  A small splash of nog and something for the noggin…

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Reality Busting Ahead

We are continuing our efforts toward making a real-life time machine. However, as it turns out, there’s a lot more than time involved.
So, today and update in our Real Time Machine project.
First, however, an even stranger, but so far more profitable question:  based on a few trades this week we need to ask “Is G-d a Parabolic Probability Function?”
Not your every day wake up questions to be processing, which is why we recommend a double-shot America with a shake for this morning’s episode.
Let that get the BP launched with a few warm-up headlines and then we begin…

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A “Trading Insurance” Policy?

Our Focus today is on trading discipline and tools.  As I have admitted many times, I can time markets OK but I’m by nature flighty and always second-guessing myself.  That costs me.
For whatever reason, I tend to  drop into second-guess and worry mode. So I’ve been looking for ways to improve returns.
Paradoxical as it may sound, the data I’ve collected on this Fool George give rise to the idea I need to spend more time playing and less time overthinking (and its profit-killing companion over-trading).
Counter-intuitively, the less I pay attention (except at key times), the more I seem to make.
We’ll talk about the odd quirk of personality after a few headlines and the morning’s longer view of charts.

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