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  • information that supports a probabilistic estimate of future events; "the weekly bulletin contains several predictors of mutual fund performance"
  • forecaster: someone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)
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  • son: a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his boy is taller than he is"
baby girl or boy predictor - The Predictors:
The Predictors: How a Band of Maverick Physicists Used Chaos Theory to Trade Their Way to a Fortune on Wall Street
The Predictors: How a Band of Maverick Physicists Used Chaos Theory to Trade Their Way to a Fortune on Wall Street
Excerpted in The New Yorker and hailed by the business press, The Predictors is destined to become a classic of its generation--an antic, subversive odyssey into a universe defined by the mystical convergence of physics and finance.

How could a couple of rumpled physicists in sandals and Eat-the-Rich T-shirts, piling computers into an adobe house in Santa Fe, hope to take on the masters of the universe from Morgan Stanley? Doyne Farmer and Norman Packard may never have read The Wall Street Journal, but they happen to be among the founders of the new sciences of chaos and complexity. Who better to try to find order in the apparently unreasoned chaos of the global financial markets? Thomas A. Bass takes us inside their start-up company, following it from its inception as a motley collection of longhaired Ph.D.s to its passage into the centers of financial power, where "the predictors" find investors and finally go live with real money. The Predictors is a dizzying, often hilarious tale of genius and greed.

Using a computer to beat Wall Street from afar is, arguably, the new American dream. While it will remain just that for most of us, an offbeat gang of academics turned financial wizards is showing it can be done. Led by acclaimed physicists Doyne Farmer and Norman Packard, the Santa Fe-based Prediction Company has proven since its 1991 founding in an adobe bungalow furnished with plastic lawn chairs and top-of-the-line Sun workstations that it is indeed possible to make millions in the world's financial markets by anticipating trends and developing software that automatically capitalizes on them. In The Predictors, Thomas A. Bass colorfully relates their tale of fiscal triumph--and reveals in the process how even an unorthodox group of antibusiness intellectuals in far-off New Mexico can make the world's biggest institutions sit up and take notice.
Long esteemed in the scientific community, Farmer and Packard have become legendary in hacker circles since their failed attempt to beat the roulette tables in Las Vegas with toe-operated computers was chronicled in Bass's well-regarded 1985 book called The Eudaemonic Pie. This time, though, the two hit the jackpot with their cutting-edge computer programs and the company they created to trade German marks, Chicago commodities, Japanese treasury bonds, Texas oil futures, and New York securities. Bass's prose is a bit flowery at times, but his perceptive you-are-there account is nonetheless entertaining and sure to cement the pair's reputation as today's ultimate masters of "phynance," the successful, and now oft-copied, merger of physics and finance. --Howard Rothman

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I miss the way you look at me With eyes so caring and kind And everytime that our eyes meet It's love in your eyes I'll find I miss the way you touch my cheeks Your hands so warm and gentle The way how you can slow down time And how you always seem to know I miss the way you hold my hands Your fingers entwined with mine Your every word that touch my heart Your smile that makes my whole world shine I miss the feeling of your warmth When you hold me close and tight All my troubles, they disappear In your arms it feels so right I miss the way you kiss my lips And just everything that you do I wish you were here right now Because I really miss you...
baby girl {fence friday}
baby girl {fence friday}
That isn't just any bokeh person, that is my baby girl. She is an amazing soul whom I am not worthy to know, let alone raise.

baby girl or boy predictor
baby girl or boy predictor
Instant Horoscope Predictor: Find Your Future Fast
Prediction is one of the skills of astrology. This book offers a simple guide to the understanding of planetary transits for the beginning and intermediate astrologer. It illustrates how the planetary energies work together and the implications of transits to birth planets. The book provides comprehensive, non-technical descriptions of the 540 aspects that planetary transits make on which astrological predictions are based. The reader can discover, for example, which planet, when square to their natal Moon can cause increased nervousness, irritability and digestive disorders.

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