computerized market timing system

Definition

A computer system that gathers trade data in order to pick up trends that may be the basis of buy and sell decisions. This is commonly used by commodity funds and works well when the market is cyclically moving up and down, however, it may not be effective as against a market that do not have any evident trends.
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