Welcome to ORCHARD, a hedge fund magazine Finances are the sonnets of success
Orchard is committed to be your personal navigator in a rising sea of financial information. It represents a collected edition of the insightful and significant stock market tips for those deeply interested in commercial aspects of life. Whether you’re satisfied with the low-hanging fruit or go after the extremely efficient investing in a hedge fund, you’ll hit the right path or find reasonable motivation thanks to our comprehensive financial ‘pharos’.
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Pure Mathematics and Literature
Pure mathematics starts as a great model for the mind. There is the concept of axiom of choice, which is dependent on the future, and being able to select subsets out of sets extending into the future. There is the axiom of determinism which states that one can win a game with start parameters if you use the best moves. These two axioms are incompatible. Taken together, these axioms guide...
14 Aug 2018
Extend Lifespan of Career: Plan Forward
The mission of Lucas Orchard will now turn away from making money on the stock market to extending the lifespan of your career, as you get most of the information you need to trade and invest in the stock market based on your career. I will cover computer science topics including cryptography, graphics and design, and artificial intelligence more in depth. I will include coverage of cryptocurrencies. The problem with...
17 Jul 2018
Limits of Psychology
In the stock market and otherwise, people will try to apply psychology and classify different behavior as having this or that meaning. This school of thought is known as behaviorist and it contrasts with classical approaches, not just in finance but in many fields such as economics and the law. There are real limits to behavioral approaches, primarily in that by attributing meaning to a specific behavior instead of the...