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Crowds make the best decisions. In 2006, James Surowiecki wrote a book, “The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes, Business, Economies, Societies, and Nations.” In his work, Surowiecki examines case studies to prove his thesis. Markets are transparent, and the price of any asset at any time is always the correct price. Markets are always right because they reflect the wisdom of the crowd.
Trends reflect if buyers or sellers are more aggressive, representing the consensus or wisdom of the crowd. Trend following is the optimal approach to making profits in markets; ask any successful trader or investor. Even value investors who pour through fundamentals understand that the analysis can be useless if the crowd does not adopt a bullish or bearish stance.
The most significant problem traders and investors face when approaching markets comes from within. Emotions run counter to logic and trend-following. The market is always right, and emotions like fear and greed drive humans to make bad decisions.
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