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'I want you to make me fifty dollars,' she said. 'In the market. Just pick something
that's going to go up fifty dollars.' "I said I thought we could do better than that, that
the commissions would probably take away that first fifty dollars. " 'You don't ...
So could you make me fifty dollars?' "I said again we'd have to try for a little better
than that — and that I had no objections to trying — but she was adamant. " 'I only
want fifty dollars,' she said, 'and I don't want any more than fifty dollars.
Fifty-fifty either way. "If the random walk model is a valid description of reality,"
says Professor Fama, "the work of the chartist, like that of the astrologer, is of no
real value." The random-walk fellows seem particularly out to get the Chartists.
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