Stock market chaos

The stock market is an example of chaos theory because initial conditions can have an impact on the flow of the market.  There are specific events that determine what a stock may do such as a company scandal or a hot new product on the market.  The stock price for the next day can sometimes be determined by the stock price from the previous day but a prediction for days or weeks in advance can be near impossible because of the uncertainty of the market.  If a stock market chart is viewed for an entire year the movement will look chaotic because more than likely there will be no consistent pattern for the movement of the stock.

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  • richardrubiks  On September 20, 2010 at 4:41 pm

  • richardrubiks  On September 20, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    Not sure but it uploaded the video and not my text but for those that have seen this movie know that the 2 older gentlemen were trying to corner the market and being told that certain conditions would be met they acted on them however these condition were not so and utterly they crashed and burned

    The two main character thus get to sell high buy low thus making a fortune all while sticking it to the man (men)

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