RE: Sensory modalities and the possibility of semi-arbitrary additions

From: Phillip Huggan (
Date: Mon Nov 07 2005 - 14:40:01 MST

You can outperform the prediction engines major funds use now simply by mirroring an index fund and subtracting securities held in obviously overvalued sectors. You can really outperform by holding banking stocks of banks based in nations that have undervalued currencies. Prediction engines can't extrapolate geo-political events or fiscal/monetary policy changes, tech advances, mass investor pyschology, and they don't have inside info. Now a Gabelli/Soros/Buffett AGI hedge fund...

"Stuart, Ian" <> wrote:On 11/5/05, Russell Wallace wrote:
> We have lots of I/O bandwidth already

>I don't know about you, but I could stand to have a lot more O
>bandwidth than I do.

I was thinking more along the lines of a stock market modality. I'd be
interested in whether or not the cortex could do any better than the
prediction engines that the major funds use now. 1 early transhuman with
a good stock modality may be able to fund the singinst on a permanent
basis from now till singularity come.

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