Camomille: most money made on the recovery

A systematic strategy can avoid complexity and offer transparency and understanding if it follows observable behavioural concepts according to Camomille

Crowd-blurred motion

When attempting to explain and understand why markets sell off, it becomes apparent that, although easily observed and explained after the event, market sell-offs are almost impossible to predict.

Didier Sornette (Why Stock Markets Crash) echoes this when he writes that bubbles do not burst because of the significance of a single event, but rather because market participants have become “irrationally exuberant” and, as such, market conditions have developed unsustainably. When the bubble finally

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