The Machine uses quantified reversion to mean and Markov chains with historical data going back to 1995 to derive a value-dubbed an "edge"-for each of the 1,500 most liquid US-listed stocks and exchange-traded funds, and predicts how much a price is expected to move up or down over a specific time period, with a percentage value for the likelihood of success, based on how a stock has historically performed under the same circumstances.
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