A while back I published a blog-post in which I applied Bollinger Bands to annual global temperature anomaly data…for no particular reason. The chart, re-posted below, illustrates that 1) temperature anomalies remain almost entirely within the upper and lower Bollinger Bands, denoting 2 standard deviations above and below the 20-period moving average. This is indicative… Continue reading Two Ways to Skin a Temperature Anomaly Distribution Time Series Analysis
This post will explore the economics of Bitcoin mining with flare gas as a feedstock using publicly available data. It will demonstrate that Bitcoin mining powered by flare gas can generate meaningful revenue, particularly with bitcoin hovering around $50,000.
Since 1970, the global temperature anomaly trend has been locked into a narrow upwards channel between the 20-year rolling mean (orange line) and upper band (green line), representing two standard deviations.
Some traders undoubtedly have success applying technical analysis to markets while many others flail in the wind trying to chase potential trend reversals identified by their favorite lagging indicators. I don’t have a strong opinion one way or the other on the merits of technical analysis. Nevertheless, the variety of oscillators, momentum indicators, trend analyses… Continue reading Introducing TA-Anything: Technical analysis for nearly anything