efficient markets


Subject: efficient markets
From: FREDRIK BERCHTOLD (fberchtold@mail.bip.net)
Date: Sat Feb 26 2000 - 23:59:17 MET


I totally agree with Rob Lake! The market clearly isn't efficient. There is
“some "evidence of heard behaviour” according texts found in the major
academic journals. But what can a guy looking at the data for a month or two
find out? Personally I think one analyse the data for years (I am not dumb).
Once you find tradable patterns you still have to trade, i.e. many other
factors, like marketing, finding money, money management, management etc,
comes in to play.
I am using ANNs and GA and have dabbled with Rough Set? Why should I bother
with Fuzzy Logic?
/fb

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