Just to chime in here. If I have a coin that flipped heads 8 out of 10 times, you bet I would bet on it flipping more heads. Sure, philosophers such as Hume would tell you that experience never absolutely teaches anything, and good science recognizes the truth may lie deeper than simple correlation, but inmy real life with my real money, the DOGS approach makes sense. Statistics does offer a good way to understand yourchances. A good statistician recognizes when you do have simply correlation, and not causality. So, I'm open to see the statistical argument against this from someone who has examined the data. Otherwise, I am comfortable enough to follow this record of success.Thanks,Joe GrantSt. Louis
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