That Elusive Tuple Dream

Don’t you just envy those traders who post their DYM, TYM, QYM gains within a year or sometimes even just in months? I’ll be the first to admit I do!

Ever since I’ve started investing in the stock market I’ve always dreamed of doubling my money. I was investing in Blue Chips back then, I started with a small amount. Few years later, I was able to exponentially grow that fund, but… It was not through my gains, it was through consistent monthly deposit in my trading account.  I did not know how to trade technically back then, I was just simply doing Peso Cost Averaging, until 1 year I earned 20% by just religiously scrutinizing COL’s Investment Guide, I would buy those stocks that are way below the suggested Buy Below Price, I did not know it back then but PSEi was in a bull run.

Then one day I saw the stocks in the Top Gainers section, wow these stocks were gaining 40%, 30% 20% in one day! But most names are unfamiliar to me… I dag a little deeper and I learned the term “basura stocks”, and booom! That was the beginning of my interest in Technical Trading.

A couple more years passed of on-and-off self-study about technical trading, I joined various groups, followed people on facebook and that’s where I read the terms DYM, TYM… etc… I was so enamored with these traders’ gains that it ultimately became my dream to achieve this DYM, TYM status.

And so I began my quest…

I attempted a lot of times, but in all these times I failed…

Until I discovered what was lacking… I was lacking in knowledge, and most importantly: I WAS LACKING IN DISCIPLINE AND CONSISTENCY. I would study one system, back test it, try it, use it, execute it and then dump it, move to the next… This was a vicious cycle… Thankfully, last year I recognized my mistakes, accepted my flaws in trading, and took a trading class…

And so… The Tuple Dream gets revived.

What exactly is a tuple? I saw this answer in Quora:

tuple is a finite ordered list of elements . The term originated as an abstraction of the sequence: single, double, triple, quadruple, quintuple, sextuple, septuple, octuple, …, n‑tuple, …, where the prefixes are taken from the Latin names of the numerals. The unique 0‑tuple is called the null tuple. A 1‑tuple is called a singleton, a 2‑tuple is called an ordered pair and a 3‑tuple is a triple or triplet. can be any nonnegative integer.

0 – empty tuple . (unit / empty sequence) — This was me last year.

1 – single . (singleton / monuple) — This is me now! (Taray, may growth)

2 – double . (couple / (ordered) pair / dual / twin / product) — This is within my current 1-year goal.

3 – triple . (treble / triplet / triad) — This, too.

4 – quadruple . — Eto rin!

5 – quintuple . — Next year ka sa kin.

6 – sextuple . — Next year ka din.

7 – septuple . — See you next year.

8 – octuple . — See you in 2020.

9 – nonuple . — You, too.

10 – decuple . — And you!

11 – undecuple . — Hello 2021.

12 – duodecuple . — I’ll catch you there, too!

13 – tredecuple . — And you!

14 – quattuordecuple . — I’ll hunt you in 2022!

15 – quindecuple . — And you!

16 – sexdecuple . — You get ready, too!

17 – septendecuple . The rest of you, just hang in there, I’m coming for you!

18 – octodecuple .

19 – novemdecuple .

20 – vigintuple .

21 – unvigintuple .

22 – duovigintuple .

23 – trevigintuple .

24 – quattuorvigintuple .

25 – quinvigintuple .

26 – sexvigintuple .

27 – septenvigintuple .

28 – octovigintuple .

29 – novemvigintuple .

30 – trigintuple .

31 – untrigintuple .

32 – Duotriguple .

33 – Tretriguple .

34 – Quattuortriguple .

35 – Quintriguple .

36 – Sextriguple .

37 – Septentriguple .

38 – Octotriguple .

39 – Novemtriguple .

40 – Quadraguple .

41 – Unquadraguple .

42 – Duoquadraguple .

43 – Trequadraguple .

44 – Quattuorquadraguple .

45 – Quinquadraguple .

46 – Sexquadraguple .

47 – Septenquadraguple .

48 – Octoquadraguple .

49 – Novemquadraguple .

50 – Quinquaguple .

51 – Unquinquaguple .

52 – Duoquinquaguple .

53 – Trequinquaguple .

54 – Quattuorquinquaguple .

55 – Quinquinquaguple .

56 – Sexquinquaguple .

57 – Septenquinquaguple .

58 – Octoquinquaguple .

59 – Novemquinquaguple .

60 – Sexaguple .

61 – Unsexaguple .

62 – Duosexaguple .

63 – Tresexaguple .

64 – Quattuorsexaguple .

65 – Quinsexaguple .

66 – Sexsexaguple .

67 – Septensexaguple .

68 – Octosexaguple .

69 – Novemsexaguple .

70 – Septuaguple .

71 – Unseptuaguple .

72 – Duoseptuaguple .

73 – Treseptuaguple .

74 – Quattuorseptuaguple .

75 – Quinseptuaguple .

76 – Sexseptuaguple .

77 – Septenseptuaguple .

78 – Octoseptuaguple .

79 – Novemseptuaguple .

80 – Octoguple .

81 – Unoctoguple .

82 – Duooctoguple .

83 – Treoctoguple .

84 – Quattuoroctoguple .

85 – Quinoctoguple .

86 – Sexoctoguple .

87 – Septoctoguple .

88 – Octooctoguple .

89 – Novemoctoguple .

90 – Nonaguple .

91 – Unnonaguple .

92 – Duononaguple .

93 – Trenonaguple .

94 – Quattuornonaguple .

95 – Quinnonaguple .

96 – Sexnonaguple .

97 – Septennonaguple .

98 – Octononaguple .

99 – Novemnonaguple .

100 – Centuple .

1000 – Millidruple .

1 million – Megadruple .

1 billion – Gigadruple .

 

So there you go, my Tuple dream, my Tuple goal!

Ed Seykota has done it, WE CAN DO IT TOO!

2019 goals tuple.JPG

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