“Basketball players and fans alike tend to believe that a player’s chance of hitting a shot are greater following a hit than following a miss on the previous shot. However, detailed analyses of the shooting records of the Philadelphia 76ers provided no evidence for a positive correlation between the outcomes of successive shots” – Cognitive Psychology, Volume 17, Issue 3, July 1985, Pages 295-314; Thomas Gilovich, Robert Vallone, Amos Tversky
From time to time, we publish a Sharpe Report issue … publicly. Which we are doing this week.
Because … as you will note from Friday’s action? The strategies we demonstrate live, in real-time, just screamed higher.
Let’s talk about that …
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