MACROAXIS PORTFOLIO – JULY 12TH – 44.61% YTD GAIN

CXQ Portfolio

Invested $13,000.

Equities: AAPL, BA, BABA, FB, ADBE, NVDA

YTD RTN: $3276 or 41.66%

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Compared to DOW (Pick Area)

 

About R. Kambak – He does portfolio development for wealth building.  Anyone interested in obtaining the CXQ Excel Model please write to him: grtsmarket@gmail.com.  

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The TOS charts and Macroaxis charts are posted with credit to the platform/brokerage.  All MSN Excel spreadsheet posts are solely Mr Kambak’s own creation.  

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BSOD – CTRL ALT DELETE – HALT – HELLO WORLD

When I read Paul Ford’s What Is CODE  – recently published in Bloomberg, it resonated with me enough to be inspired in writing just as abstract flash fiction blogs regarding our world of a Turing Machine based binary code, the influences of Apple’s “App Stores” flooding our ultra-mobile high tech market, which amplify the threats that are infiltrating the security of our financial institutions, and the means of which, devising an alternative trading platform that is completely coded unlike anything before, stands out as the priority in my life right now.

Is the threat worse or the massive proliferation of ultra-mobile technology dominating our lives and credit cards?

IF This, Then This…

Ford claims there are an aggregate collection of coders (programmers) around 18 million and growing fast.  He makes a poignant point that you cannot disregard (and I’ve known for a long time after having my computer’s hard drive hacked to death several times) that either programmers are running the world or the programs that they are coding are running the world.

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If you stumble upon my blog and read the accounts of this fictionalized – flash written story – you’ll be introduced, rather covertly to the things you NEED to know in regards to developing a vital perspective that challenges your own subconscious bias between myth and fact.  Such as that people think Apple is a superior product.  It is not.

In fact, to date, Apple/Macintosh is a wanna be Android, given that baseline syntax used for all operating systems is Unix/Linux based.

The Apple Watch is only the means of which to keep its customer base tethered to having to have their other products to find satisfaction of functionality.  Blindly spending more money on something that is inferior reeks of the irrational behavior of a “skewed” debt driven economy that make Bitcoin more attractive each day we face another economic crisis.  Have you bought a Mycelium Wallet yet?

You can Ubuntu-ize your life to make it much easier to manage the “terminal codes” of which both Microsoft and Apple are terminally ill because the collective “they” programmers, are like all writers of anything – Asemic to Linguistic Tongues – they have to put their own spin on it, plagiarizing that which was the original Basic Word.

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Moreover, he Proof of Concept trading model: CODEXCELIAN can give you the robust absolute critical knowledge of understanding equity mechanisms.  2 + 2 = 4.

The Turing Test 

Notable physicist Roger Penrose pays the deepest respect to Alan Turing in his white paper on living  a computer driven lifestyle.  It is without a doubt a truth of which sadly one of the greatest minds of the 20th century was destroyed by homophobic zealots.

But then there is Ada Lovelace, Linda B. (UNIX coder) and others who pioneered the course of technology to what we know of it as managing, or at the very least obstructing through complications of Blue Screens of Death in our lives today.

This is how I arrived at the title of my story:

“WRITE HIM OFF – Z EQUALS ZERO”

We live in a world economy based on the Pareto Effect.  Our very own perception and/or motivation to claim our individual right to be selfish enough that it is the way to attain our construed dreams of fulfillment, are guided and  molded into this belief system that for one to gain, another must suffer.

This title reflect it, metaphorically, because story titles are suppose to emblematic of the story’s plot, and my story embraces humanity because I am a human, at least I was mere reflection of one the last time I looked in the mirror.

“Write Him Off” is to imply that the Turing’s Model no longer works, Wolfram, et al are in danger of becoming extinct, just as millions of earthly creatures have disappeared from our wanton gluttony of devouring the earth’s cyclic equilibrium of resources, thrusting our civilization into a quick descent of obscurity.

I mean no insult to Turing, yet it does bear fruit in the manner that he was initially mistreated and then through the course of computerizing society’s history our coders are evolving his mechanism.

“Z Equals Zero” equates into the Greek letter “Zeta”, (you already know what this represents) and Zero as the numerical binary code “0” that streamed down the computer monitors in the movie the Matrix – representing a Zen mindset of “the illusion of nothingness”.

Combined together you have a story plot about the ending of one computerized mindset era and the its code.

SERGM

Then there is the nonfictional aspect of my quantitative model (hint for you coders) that is ready to be programmed for API cloud access, is going to be posted here.  Had you read my article “SERGM” last year, you’d been introduced to a manner of critical thinking that, to my surprised gained me an invitation to join Interactive Brokers “think tank” on writing trading algorithms.

I declined because of the very fact that I would have been pushed into the traditional mainstream polluting belief systems (our synapses transfer data between neurotransmitters at 2 milliseconds, much too slow for CPU programmed high frequency trading programs – clocked at 2 microseconds) of which I am trying to break away from by listening to frequency tones on a daily basis.  Pineal gland activation is a primary function of exiting the Occidental paradigm.

Your own thought process right now is getting jumbled, as the presentation of my own stream of consciousness is skewing the internal perceptions of your limited time frame experiences in life as not equating – both mathematically and psychologically coherent.

We, as humans, can only evolve as fast as our minds can assimilate what we experience – and that comes in holographic fragmented fractal tiles of embedded memory – stored in at least three areas of our cranial machine.

Artificial Intelligence is seriously hampered by this fact as our own mental latency is transferred into the construction of a machine that is mathematically programmed to our cognitive means of critical thinking – running wildly through mega calculations that spin terabite hard drives out of control.

When the algo hits a snag, it halts and goes into the BSOD.   There more inefficiencies within our computer industry than there are common nonsensical approaches to solving the issues that we have already created with due course of conflict resolution.

This opacity causes risks. One study by a researcher at the University of Hawaii found that 88 percent of spreadsheets contain errors.  Paul Ford, What Is Coding?

I’m taking  you into “no man’s land” per se – and this part of it will take a quantum leap of faith on your part to try and remain connected, and focused with impeccable intention – the journey of Don Juan in Carlos Castaneda, and beyond the mouse pointing cursory browsing attention span of three seconds.

In conjunction to this blog site – I’ll be developing a website and YouTube videos that hopefully, once I get the “bugs” fixed will be live Excel streaming (making sure I’ve removed the 88 errors) so you can follow my gleamed equity and option trading signals.

Entropy and Inert Code

It is my intent to introduce you to the future of trading platforms – both through fictional story telling and the actual reality of Lilliputian mechanisms based on abstract constructs, i.e. quasicrystal polyhedral geometrical strategic complex systems embedded with adaptive agent subroutine calibrations that reveal the “pings” of HFT’s shark bait offers.

Be aware that things will be getting “thick” to make you “think” in solving what I will be making more puzzling by not filling in all tilling along the way  That’s your job to exercise your gray matter between your ears.

Finally, I am NOT the guy in the khaki jacket.

Stay tuned, the best is yet to come.  I might even get a Noble Prize.

ADOBE SNAPSHOT -CALLS AND PUTS OUTCOMES

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In the moment of time we have during execution of market performance – data flowing endlessly from all nodal points perscribed by our algorithms; here is ADOBE (NASDAQ:ADBE) – artistically designed and/or engineered using our CXQ Excel model to be calibrated with Marcoaxis – the Buy or Sell graphics.

Sharpening the data’s focus in this case causes a slight distraction – to the viewer’s inner eye – But the essential kernel of information to which we direct your attention is the Call linear/logistic tracking blue line that rose away from the Put – up above it’s placement, simply implemented by the spreadsheet’s functionality.

The pivotal inputs are Entry Price, Ask and Bid.

We earned about $372 (not including commissions) on the Long Call (OCT Strike 105; Premium Limit Order Entry $2.14. (Put Strike was 94 with a Limit Entry at $1.10.)

Volatility – DTE:  Call Delta rose to 0.724; Put -0.036.  Prob OTM for the Call dropped to 0.2929 while the Put Prob OTM rose to 0.9573.

Trade date was 9/8/2016.

Next up – COSTCO September 28th.

We have a Limit Order for a Long Call on COST OCT (hoping for more volatility given the drop in price over the past few months. Limit Order Entry $152.80 with a target to $157.34 before the earnings report in six days. (Just within the 7 day cycle.)

As with all our posts they are strictly educational. We are grateful for Macroaxis’ assistance in providing their robust Financial Analytics. (The graph posted on the right.

The House of Main Street – Are We Still A House of Cards?

We live in a House of Main Street.  Middle to lower income.

Around our neighborhood, however, we still have evidence of the House of Financial Ruin. My personal summation is this has been cultivated by Congressional policy making for the past forty years.  It has been the policy of Congress to maintain a debt-driven economy since the 1980s.  The sub-prime mortgage meltdown exposed Wall Street and banking institutions for what they really are:  corrupted, greedy financial entities of which Congress protects. No need to go into the details of the water-down attempts to reform banking in America.

Once upon a time, long long ago there was the set-in-stone 3-6-3 model: 3% interest rate on savings, with a 6% mortgage rate, and at 3 PM bankers left to go play golf.  Today, the banking model is “interest rates high going out (that is cash), and interest rates low going in” (your banking accounts).  And, the 3 PM golf game is played on the banks own golf course.

Whenever I hear millionaire financial media pundits spout out their farcical financial flimflammed advice to Main Street  it begs the question: Are they being paid to say this?  The redundancy of habitual talking points is ad nausea.  They speak the truth, nor provide advocacy for a civil society.

“If everybody just saved money, we would have a a stronger economy,”  then turn their powdered make-up face to the other camera and say, “People need to spend more to keep the economy going.”   Oddly enough, the burden of economic recovery is put upon the House of Main Street, the American wage earner.  The “have’s” keep stumbling and bungling over themselves in ruthless pragmatism.

Well, that kind of thinking leads to 76% of American’s living from paycheck to paycheck, with national median credit card debt of $8000+ per adult working individual. And to add to the misery, the powers and influence now charges a double digit credit card interest rate with the ultimate purpose of taking the American worker’s last penny.

Bottom Line:  The current economic infrastructure in America disparages anyone who makes less than $250,000 annually.  If you’re making less than $75,000, consider yourself a Rag Picker.

It’s a sad fact that for the past forty years, our constitutional democratically aligned corporate-hood capitalism has become the biggest organized crime syndicate involved with the global economy.  Indebtedness is serfdom; car, house, student loans, the basics for living day to day, are all linked to perpetuating the real estate development of sprawling suburbanite House of Debt owned the Federal Reserve.

That’s why, I think on some subconscious level, I’ve been hooked on the 2013 American Netflix version of the 1990 British version of author Michael Dobbs “House of Cards”, a former Chief  of Staff at Parliament’s Conservative Party headquarters in London.  Dobbs, seasoned with his own personal experience of Britain’s Parliamentary scandals, penned  a close knitted political thriller that is timeless.  The story line carries injections of a Charles Dickens subplot of what is unjust in this world, inserting intrigue in the vein of Winston Churchill’s belief “…if you’re going through hell, keep going”; ingeniously basing the structure upon a Shakespearean hybrid of Macbeth and Richard III.  Machiavellian oversight  governs political motives, “…each of them lobbying for what they think is most important”. The Fourth Estate is left to asking many questions to identify the deceptions, accordingly, though evidence doesn’t guarantee certainty.

What adds to the theatrical ambiance is the “breaking of the fourth wall”, a technique of providing an “aside insight” by the main protagonist/antagonist  – either from the lips of Francis Urqhart in the British version or Francis Underwood in the American version, is the kind of media speak we need regarding the truth of our socioeconomic status.

Let me repeat this statistic in case it didn’t sink in before; 76% live paycheck to paycheck, an element of our own political thriller.  I wouldn’t be surprised if in Francis Underwood’s resolve to end entitlements with his “America Works” policy wouldn’t make common sense.  Or, Tony Robbins figured it out what is American’s greatest weakness: Not managing their money correctly.

Imagine if, our standards of entitlement were based on something more democratic instead of Congressional corporate-personhood, that our entitlements were based on a law abiding free-market that insured accountability for legal transgressions when it came to fiduciary duty by financial institutions and fund managers; that each adult earning individual in this country would be promised an adequate wage that met the scales of economy, so that each would have the means to save money for “retirement” that is not tied to Wall Street’s unpredictability, coupled with interest rates that reflected the bank’s obligation to reward their customers deposits – a formulary based on the percentage of the bank’s “hedge fund” speculations in correlation to the depositors account’s capital?

I loved the fact that President Francis Underwood, based on Shakespeare’s Richard of Gloucester, declared a state of emergency in America because of the lack of “good paying jobs”.  Unscrupulous,

Otherwise, “You might very well think that; I couldn’t possibly comment.”  President Francis Underwood

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