RE: Predicting the Stock Market Is Child's Play

From: Vincent Campbell (
Date: Mon Mar 18 2002 - 16:36:24 GMT

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            <The young girl's choices were described as 'random' but, I suspect
    > a liberty, especially when I see one of her choices is Cadbury
    > Schweppes....>
            Yes, I think 'arbitrary' would be a more accurate term than 'random'
    for her decisions.

            Wiseman's an active skeptic, and a bit of a media savvy one at that.

            Still, I think pointing out that stock market analysts are as much
    con artists as astrologers can only be a good thing.


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