Are financial markets Random or Deterministic?

Allow me the concession of not having a definitive answer; this question has haunted investment operators for many years. LET’S START WITH THE DEFINITION: Random Markets state that the market’s performance moves without any pre-established patterns and is not tied to external factors that modify the trend, or the trend of the market day after day. By definition, in a random market it is not possible to profit from the interpretation of the market itself (would be as random as trying to profit from the sequence of numbers that come out of the casino roulette). Deterministic Markets describe the belief that their performance is influenced by external factors that modify their course, so by knowing what these external factors are, it is possible to make a profit (the results of a motor race for example, are deterministic, in the sense that you can know in advance who will be among

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