Robert Taylor is an author, research scientist and successful businessman.
|Author Robert D. Taylor|
In March of 2000, Taylor's discovery earned him a nomination for the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics.
His book, Paradigm, supports the validity of his discovery: the predictability of the stock market.
Taylor lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife.
Biography: Robert D. Taylor
Robert D. Taylor was born in 1947 in Detroit, Michigan. He was raised in Trenton, Michigan and graduated from Trenton High School in 1965.
1965-1973 Robert D. Taylor performed his undergraduate work (Literature and American Language) at Northern Michigan University and at Eastern Michigan University.
In 1967-1968 Taylor served a tour of duty in Viet Nam. He earned combat service medals from the Navy, and was discharged honorably.
In 1973 Taylor established a commercial construction company that is currently the largest of its kind in the Southeastern United States.
In 1978 Taylor read a paper concerning the studies of scientist J. M. Hurst. This paper changed his life. Hurst speculated that in fact there must be an unknown exogenous factor, which he called "X motivation," that was actually driving financial market cycles.
Taylor felt that if such an exogenous driver can influence some physical and mental functions, might they not influence others -- perhaps causing masses of humans to feel simultaneously bullish or bearish in the stock market. The outside driver "X motivation" Hurst was speculating about is what Taylor has now proven to be Gravitational Fluctuations.
Taylor's discovery was so extraordinary that he diverted most of his attention to the theory that gravitational fluctuations have a strong influence on all human behavior.
In 1994 Taylor authored a book defining the predictability of certain aspects of human behavior entitled OPStime, The Secret to Perfect Timing for Success, which was published in 1994 by LongStreet Press.
Just before publication, Taylor decided to remove a chapter titled The Ups and Dows, outlining a unique approach to forecasting economic times series, which subsequently has been the major focus of his attention since 1996. That focus produced an astounding conclusion that proves a predictable structure to financial markets instead of random behavior, which is universally thought to be the accepted standard by econometricians.
In 1996 Taylor solicited the help of other theoretical physicists and scientists to advance his discovery. These mathematicians and engineers are considered to be the leading scientists in the field of aerospace control theory systems.
Together, Taylor and his group developed and wrote over two hundred programs in the field of time domain and frequency domain control systems. The end result was Xyber9, a sophisticated software program that successfully forecast financial markets. Taylor's team concentrated their efforts on developing models for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA); The Standard and Poors 500 index (SPY); the NASDAQ Average; U.S. Treasury Bonds; and currencies.
In March 2000 Taylor received from a committee of established academicians a proffered Nobel Memorial Prize nomination in Economics, conditional upon his prior publication of an "enabling disclosure" pertaining to the hitherto unexploited Exogenous Input (Gravitational Fluctuations) which is appended in the essay The Taylor Effect. Taylor will publish his essay as an "enabling disclosure" in the embodiment of his novel, Paradigm.
In Paradigm, he reveals what will become known as:
The financial market's expansion and contraction is qualitatively in direct correlation to the increases and decreases in gravitational fluctuations experienced at the human level.
The increases in market price are in direct response to decreases in gravitational forces; the decreases in market price are in direct response to the increases in gravitational forces.
At present, Robert D. Taylor is a research scientist and the CEO of Trend Corporation, Inc; He is a successful businessman and financially secure by applying his own discoveries to his trading advantage. His research focus in the field of econo-physics has been vital to the development of his economic modeling software Xyber9. Taylor's program Xyber9 is used for technical dissemination in forecasting financial market conditions.
Taylor continues to collaborate with prominent scientists and scholars on original projects and theories pertaining to economic time series exploration. He has also consulted with university engineers, brokerage firms, as well as independent off-shore stock funds in the field of economic time series forecasting.
Taylor lives with his wife in the Atlanta, Georgia area.