The Heisenberg Principle & Financial Markets
The less observed a trade is, the better the opportunity.
Society loves taking scientific principles and applying them to other aspects of life. It’s quite common in finance.
One scientific theory with an interesting application to markets is the Heisenberg Principle.
The Heisenberg Principle states that the position of an object, and the speed of an object, cannot be accurately measured at the same exact time.
For example, if we know where Jupiter is at any point in time, by default, we cannot find out how fast it’s moving through space at that exact same point in time.