Our market research led us off on a road we didn't expect. We found that prices of stocks and commodities moved along the flux lines of a theoretical force field, which could be precomputed. As we investigated what this field was, we found that it was not purely an electromagnetic, electrostatic, or gravitational field. Eventually we learned that a sizable group of physicists around the world agree on a theory of a universal energy field called the tachyon field. Several of these physicists are Nobel Prize winners. They theorize that the other fields we know about are derived from this universal energy field.