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Old 03-03-2015, 08:52 PM   #2
Dave Schwartz
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This is a really good point that you have made.

When one addresses the question, "How do I compete with the whales?" the logical point is to do what they do not do well. Or, in the words of Wee Willie Keeler, "Hit it where they ain't."

Short term track biases are one area where I would doubt the whales have any interest. The same is probably true for any other high-level math-type, because the sample is just too small to build any correlation co-efficients.

Whether you believe in very short-term track bias shifts or not, logically, this leads us to a question that could improve one's bottom line:

"What factors are typically ignored by the largest and most successful players?"

And a continuation to that question:

"... that is reasonably easy for us to maintain and apply?"
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