I consider that the HDR affecting the speed of a watch doesn't have anything to do with time travel. It's all about the emag's effect on the needles, pretty much like what it does to a compass's needles as well.
Well apparently there are motors inside a quartz watch with mechanical movement. They are called stepper motors. These little motors do have tiny coils within them. So I do believe you could be right that the electromagnet is inducing an additional voltage in the coil windings causing it to either spin forward or backward. Here is an internal picture of the tiny stepper motors:
Also, before I got an HDR of my stock trades, about 94% were positive with the other 6% losing money. Typically, when a stock goes down you lose more money than you make when it goes up. Just one bad trade can wipe out a whole weeks worth of earnings. For that reason you want to keep bad trades to a minimum.
Last year I had thousands of transactions and 98.2% positive for me. This is spectacular for any trader, but my goal for this year is over 99% accuracy. This means that I will concentrate on doing trades where I rely on information from multiple time jumps.
HDRKID, I must doubt the validity of your claims. No one... I repeat, no one... has a 94% or a 98.2%, and certainly not a 99% positive trade record. The only way you might is if it is some video game you are playing and you are using a cheat code.
There is a very simple way, and the only valid way, to prove your incredible claims.
Right here on this site, put up a list of 20 stocks you "know" will go up in the next 30 days and ... 1 month from the posting we can all check back and see your results. If your up to it.