Ben highlights the following to consider when looking at data:
- Understand your sources of data.
- Never blindly accept facts and figures about the markets just because they contain decimal places.
- All numbers require context.
- Look for holes in the data and your own thinking.
- Don’t forget about implementation costs and behavioral issues.
- You can use historical data to guide your actions, but always be aware of the limitations.
Read Ben's article here.
Written by: Geoff Noble
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