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July 17, 2018 by

Let’s create something of perceived value, which for the sake of simplicity, we’ll call X that we can buy things with, sell things for – and in the situation that we are able to accumulate enough of it, we can lend it to others for more X. Due to the fact that most people consider […]

April 3, 2018 by

I recently stumbled upon the term Degrowth, and felt inclined to look further into it. Especially since I could sense that the term was positively charged, and thereby by definiton in opposition to the prevailing view on growth as something positively progressive. The term degrowth has its origin in the French word Décroissance, was introduced […]

February 27, 2018 by

Recently I have re-read German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche‘s “Thus spoke Zarathustra” – and I have nodded and smiled, and even laughed on several occasions. What a book! What a celebration of living to the fullest, and of living courageously. In the book Nietzsche unfolds an existentialist development theory, similar to e.g. French Philosopher Simone de Beauvoir‘s […]

February 7, 2018 by

Trading the financial markets is a profession desired by huge numbers of people. In order to better understand why people want it so badly and how people often motivate themselves to pursue it, let’s have a look at the field of hypnotherapy. When removing the supposed reasons for a person’s behaviour during hypnotherapy sessions, like […]

December 15, 2017 by

There is much talk about cryptocurrencies these days, more notably Bitcoin. Bitcoin was the major disrupter, and many have seen the light of day since then. While many still fail to fully understand cryptocurrencies and their purpose, myths and misunderstandings continue to surface as a result. Let’s have a look at a few I often […]

November 3, 2017 by

Danger is real, fear is not. Avoid danger, confront fear. Despite the reality of the previous statement, most people allow their fears to limit what they do and who they become by reigniting feelings of fear, typically associated with certain activities, situations, people, places and circumstances. Dealing with our fears is no trivial task, as […]

October 5, 2017 by

Over the past few years I have found that the best way to improve the quality of Pipnotics’ discretionary trading software was to create an algorithmic trader that used the signals provided by the tools to place trades, at least this way it would be possible to quantify the validity of the signals. This I […]

April 26, 2017 by

Currency strength is a brilliant tool if you know how to use it. A quick Internet search will introduce you to two handfuls of ways to trade currency strength with tools, which often leave the user feeling overwhelmed and confused. In this post I present the new Pipnotic Currency Strength Histogram, which is the most […]

December 5, 2016 by

Currency strength indicator development has occupied us at Pipnotic for a very long time. Since 2010 our primary focus has been supply and demand, but our study of currency strength resulted in the development of some currency strength utilities that we used for the purpose of improving our supply and demand software. Due to the […]

November 13, 2016 by

Are you interested in learning how to trade supply and demand? Have you perhaps been trying to do so for some time but find yourself picking areas of supply and demand, which are not respected? I know how this feels, as it has also happened to me, many times. In this article we will have […]