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Statistical properties of stochastic processes for moving average trading to work
Common wisdom holds it that a moving average approach is more successful than buy-and-hold. There is quantitative evidence for that across different asset classes (see e.g. this book, or this paper ...
Feb 9 '11 at 10:20
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