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Markets are constantly changing and are never exactly the same

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I wonder if as the Boomers go , the buy and hold mentality goes with them ....

maybe that is what is occurring and quant/hft is what fills the void , guess we'll have to learn to adapt....

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But isn't it true that IF a method is based on a market phenomemon with is relatively timeless, the method if based on indictors can survive if the parameters of the indicators are adjusted to the changing environment. ( and in sorm form it is discretionary then :-) )

For example, trendfollowing and mean reversion strategies are very old and still working, yet the form they take changes over time due to new market participants and conditions.

So if a method with indicators is based on such a phenomenon it can survive, if the user adapts the parameters to the environment. When a method is based on some arbitratry collection of indicators which do not support/measure a good concept, the method will likely fail. At least, this is what I think within my limited experience.

I think you are correct....I probably could have said it better but you know what I mean

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