Sept. 26, 2019
This new HTML file puts a few questions on the table. Even if the title sound obscure, its understanding is relatively simple. Mostly, it says that stock prices are not normally distributed and therefore why apply that kind of math to the problem if it is not that representative?
Extracting alpha over and above market averages is no easy task, but still should remain the objective of any stock trading strategy. There is a lot of randomness in stock prices, therefore, we should learn to deal with it and design trading strategies that are aware that all related data might not be that clean and that outliers can generate some unwelcomed surprises.
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