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Random Trading Versus Trading Randomly [Premium Articles]

Suppose a trader has purposely used a random system to trade SPY since its inception. What was the probability to make annually more than the buy and hold return? Or suppose a trader has worked hard to develop a trading system that generated a positive return over the same period. Was the system intelligent or it was tossing a coin? This post offers two examples that try to answer these questions . . .

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