Just because the random chart looks like a real market chart it doesn’t necessarily follow that price action in the market is random. You could use random data to draw a diagram of a footballer’s movements on the pitch over the course of a match and it would probably look much like a diagram of a real footballer’s movements. Would you conclude that therefore the footballer’s movements must be random?He used random data to produce bar charts. He is a great computer programer.
These charts look 100 percent like real market charts. No different,using random data input.
I don't know about random but zero-sum game for sure and in that game usually market maker wins.