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Accuracy doesn't matter in real-world investing.  One of my favorite investors and writers about investing and especially trading, Charles Kirk, aims for a 25% accuracy in his trades.  However, he is looking for the kind of trade that, when it is successful, has a big upside.  Along with a rigorous stop-loss policy and a willingness to let the flowers bloom, that low accuracy makes him a lot of money.

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