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-{{GlossaryZ|In computerised systematic trading, you can optimise trading rules to precisely buy and sell at the most profitable swing high and low for all past market data in your sample. However, if you use TOO much math and optimise your system too precisely to a specific sample of past events (read market prices), then it will almost certainly mean that the strategy won't continue to perform in the future since the events the system was optimized for will not occur in the same way again.}}+{{Glossary|In computerised systematic trading, you can optimise trading rules to precisely buy and sell at the most profitable swing high and low for all past market data in your sample. However, if you use TOO much math and optimise your system too precisely to a specific sample of past events (read market prices), then it will almost certainly mean that the strategy won't continue to perform in the future since the events the system was optimized for will not occur in the same way again.}}
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In computerised systematic trading, you can optimise trading rules to precisely buy and sell at the most profitable swing high and low for all past market data in your sample. However, if you use TOO much math and optimise your system too precisely to a specific sample of past events (read market prices), then it will almost certainly mean that the strategy won't continue to perform in the future since the events the system was optimized for will not occur in the same way again.