Sunday, February 4, 2018

Long term exercises in hubris: forecasting the S&P 500

I've been tracking the S&P 500 forecast made with the dynamic information equilibrium model. The latest mini-boom and subsequent fall are still within the normal fluctuations of the market:

However, I wouldn't be surprised if the massive giveaway to corporations in the latest Republican tax cut didn't in fact constitute a "shock" (dashed line in the graph above). Also relevant: the multi-scale self-similarity of the S&P 500 in terms of dynamic equilibrium.


Update 5 February 2018


Also, the close today brings us almost exactly back to the dynamic equilibrium:

Also bitcoin continues to fall (this is not a forecast, but rather a model description):


Update 26 February 2018

Continued update of S&P 500 and bitcoin:

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