I am not a stock analyst. I do not have insider information. This is not a stock advice site. I am not responsible for any losses you may incur in the stock market. I post this information for people curious about psychic phenomena, NOT to encourage anyone to take any action in the stock market based on anything said on this site.
As a personal experiment, on May 10, 2013 I started trying to predict (at the beginning of the day) how a stock will end the day. I want to acknowledge my wife, Kathy, for not calling me crazy, or even rolling her eyes when I discuss this.
To people who haven’t kept abreast of recent ESP research, this might sound like nonsense. However, there is some scientific basis for this. I won’t attempt an exhaustive listing here; if you are interested in further reading, Dean Radin has compiled a decent list of peer-reviewed journal publications on Psi Research.
Russel Targ, in his latest book The Reality of ESP: A Physicist’s Proof of Psychic Abilities, tells us of his method for predicting stock market results. His technique is called Associative Remote Viewing, and while his results were noteworthy, it requires three people and a fair amount of setup and time.
I’ve been fiddling around with remote viewing for about a year now, and decided to take a stab at my own dream technique. Yes, I literally predict stocks in my dreams (I know, crazy). I have just gotten started so I don’t have a lot to show, but my first two results are intriguing:
Putting My Mouth Where My Money Is— There’s a lot going on in this one. I predicted the shape of the stock chart. My ambivalence about how the day would end seems to be a reflection of my real world confusion, since the stock chart I looked at at the end of the day incorrectly stated the stock was down.
I only made two predictions on week one. On week two I had a cold I published 2 results with low self confidence (stated at the time of posting). Sure enough, those 2 were wrong, theories on what happened are on those posts. As of June 12, when I filtered out the low self confidence predictions, I am 4 for 7. This is not statistically significant, which has caused me to stop the experiment. (You can view the trials here).
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