Though shalt not commit fallacies
Christopher likes Red and dislikes Yellow.
Each day, on his way to school, he counts the number of red and yellow cars and makes the following conclusions
- 3 red cars in a row make it a Quite Good Day, 4 red cars make it a Good Day, and 5 red cars in a row make it a Super Good Day
- 4 yellow cars in a row make it a Black Day
When Mr. Jeavons, the psychologist at school asks him why, he says
I like red cars. When I see a row of red cars, they are a streak of good things. Hence, I am lucky on this day and more good things will happen to me.
What fallacy is Christopher committing?