Misconceptions About The Three-Body Problem And Its Relation To Forecasting

Source: Wikipedia
  • determine how unique hypotheses about anomalies have performed in the past and how robust they have been in statistical sense
  • Identify hypotheses (data-mining) that can serve as potential robust price anomalies after passing suitable validations tests
  • many traders listen to what failed traders have to say
  • complaining about markets and refuting forecasting is easier than doing the work
  • developing robust strategies is a difficult and time-consuming task
  • most look for solutions in public domain instead of doing own work

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Quant trader, blogger, trading book author and developer of DLPAL machine learning software. No investment advice. #trading #finance Website

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