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Contents Introduction Part One: Methodological, Psychological, Philosophical and Statistical Foundations Chapter 1: Objective Rules and Their Evaluation Chapter 2: The Illusory Validity of Subjective Technical Analysis Chapter 3: The Scientific Method and Technical Analysis Chapter 4: Statistical Analysis Chapter 5: Hypothesis Tests and Confidence Intervals Chapter 6: Data Mining Bias: The Fool?s Gold of Objective TA Chapter 7: Theories of Non-Random Price Motion Part Two: Case Study: Signal Rules for S&P500 Index Chapter 8: Case Study of Rule Data Mining For S&P500 Chapter 9: Case Study Results and the Future of TA Appendix A: Proof that Detrending is Equivalent to Benchmarking Based on Position Bias Endnotes Index
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