Can a blindfolded monkey throwing darts at a list of stocks achieve better investment results than the ‘experts’? Judging by my results from back-testing random stock entries and exits, the answer is most certainly ‘yes’. Given the right algorithm, even random investing can be marginally profitable; and many professionally run unit trusts have not even achieved that heady height for very long.
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