9 Pages Posted: 13 Jan 2004
Date Written: January 2, 2004
The quality of stock market predictions based on the winner of the Super Bowl is examined using permutation tests. These tests are very easy to perform in modern computing environments like the R language. One key point that comes to light is that the success rate of a prediction is not a good measure of its usefulness. Statistically significant success in prediction does not automatically lead to economically profitable strategies.
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