The Stock Market is a complex result of the interaction of all the economic activity of the United States. Because the Stock Exchanges also list the major companies of the World, we can also think that in some way the Markets also summarize the economic activity of the World. Most economists consider that the Markets are a perfect discounting mechanism, that is to say that the market prices contain all the relevant information that is available. Everyone brings a view of the market depending on one’s background and training. In the context of my own technical training it is not difficult to imagine the participants in the market simulating a neural net in which previous experience and current information are synthesized to yield a perfect market place. . .