I am a fan of Carl Richard's (Behaviour Gap) napkin drawings (who is not?!). From time to time, I have thought of similar sketches but never got around to actually drawing them on my own napkin - Excel. Here are few.
The whole point of such a sketch is that it should be self-explanatory. So I am not going to add much commentary. Do let me know what you think.
This is how the stock market actually behaves!
Note: This is referred to as a bifurcation map and has a one-to-one correspondence to a something known as a Mandelbrot set.
This is how the financial system models the stock market!
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