The "Theory of Everything" and Stock Markets Essay by Botchan

The "Theory of Everything" and Stock Markets
The application of science's "Theory of Everything" to understanding stock markets.
# 45957 | 2,066 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2003 | GB

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This paper expounds the "Theory of Everything," starting with the pioneering theories of Newton's "Laws of Motion" and Einstein's "General Theory of Relativity," developing right through to the cutting-edge "string theory" research currently being conducted around the world today. It shows the importance of fields of study as seemingly diverse as calculus, differential geometry, electromagnetism, particle physics and quantum mechanics to the development of a "Theory of Everything". It also demonstrates how those with access to this theory can use the knowledge as power for anything, such as understanding stock markets using the premise that the stock market moving up over time means that these are not random movements and therefore should be explainable.

From the Paper:

"Stock markets exist over time and space (the geographical markets) that we are able to quantify and understand to a degree. Therefore, as with Einstein, we are fairly comfortable with the stock market in its familiar four dimensions. We have become accustomed to inflation; the rising of prices of goods rise over time and this is obviously a major reason for at least part of the upward rise of share prices. However, what happens when we explore the smaller dimensions " like the six unknown dimensions string theorists grapple with" Like the string theorists who know that subatomic matter exists but can't explain or predict its behavior, we often know what influences the stock market but are usually unable to predict it."

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