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On the Predictive Content of Technical Analysis

Introduction

The basic learning model

The Derivation of Rational Sign Predictions

Empirical Evidence

Model specification

Estimation results and specification tests

Concluding remarks

Literature

Books Related

On the Predictive Content of Technical Analysis

Literature

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