Why understanding ‘order flow’ could give investors the edge

24th January 2012

But here's a reasonable bet. Based on previous forecasts, the best that can be hoped for from these predictions is random rightness – if 51% are correct, that's a good result. And that's assuming investors can work their way through the swathe of conditional tenses, the imprecision of unspecified "risks", and the tide of material that this FT blog  calls "trite".

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