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Is This The Next 10 Years Of The Dow Jones Industrial Average?
- Simple mathematical model predicted over 50 years of index returns with R^2 of 0.91.
- Simple models with excellent fits make a compelling argument that they are meaningful.
- Applying the model to current data allows extrapolations of future movements in the Dow.
- Markets At Inflection Point
Of Babies And Bull Markets
Jan. 14, 2013 • 12 Comments
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