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A celebrity news major change in the academic attitude toward technical analysis occurred in August 2000 with the publication of “Foundations of Technical Analysis: Computational Algorithms, Statistical Inference, and Empirical Implementation” by Professor Andrew Lo, Harry Mamaysky, and Jiang Wang (2000) at MIT. This seminal paper utilized highly sophisticated statistical techniques to analyze the more subjective geometric shapes and patterns characteristic of technical analysis. By finding that several technical indicators do, in fact, have practical value, the language of technical analysis changed from support and resistance to positive and negative autocorrelation and effectively shifted the paradigm from the old world of technical analysis into the new, academically respectable regime of momentum and reversal anomalies. Effectively, the work of Lo et al. (2000) acted as a translation of the charting language into an academic language.


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