I'm going to participate in a game of making portfolios. The objective of the game is to make the portfolio with the bigger ROI over 16 weeks. Over each week every player can see the ROI of each player and the amount of investment instruments (equities) they used to get to that ROI over the week. Each player starts with the same amount of money and doesn't influence in anything the market. Does game theory or any other theory suggest that I can win this game by "mimicking" the more successful portfolios?
I was thinking of a traffic lane kind of theory but I'm not making bigger conclusions than that. Hope you guys can help me. By the way I'm a computer engineer and I'm a beginner in this area so if you could use common financial terms that would be of help. Thank you!