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that it's difficult to predict, exactly, but he does show many instances in which statistical randomness just can't explain what happens. It's sort of like the movement of the ocean - each wave affects every other wave, and the deep currents affect them all. It looks random from the surface, but there are forces at work...

Whats with all these anologies, guys the stockmarket is NOT the ocean or a forest or a three headed monster, its actually a place to buy and sell securities of REAL companies! some make money some dont.
the mataburro
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