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Quant Funds Must Have Realistic Targets

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Systems, Lies, and Emotions

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Are Trading Strategies Based on the RSI2 Random?

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Inaccurate Backtest Results Are Common

Risk Management

Data-Mining Bias Still Drives Wall Street Decisions

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Market Overanalysis Is Detrimental To Success

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Momentum, Randomness And Survivorship Bias [Premium Articles]

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Backtesting Conundrum

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Inferences From Backtest Results Are False Until Proven True

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Forward Performance Of Two Machine-Designed Trading Algos

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Using Forex Data For Validating Trading Strategy Synthesis Algos

Trading Strategies

Why You Should Avoid Purchasing a Trading System

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Five Myths About Data-Mining Bias [Premium Articles]

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Using Random Data to Test the Integrity of Machine Learning Algorithms

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Fooled by Machine Learning Applied to Trading Algo Development

Trading Strategies

Curve-fitting and Optimization

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