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‘The Algo Is Agnostic’: Here’s What Happens When You Run NLP On 30 Years Of Fed Communications

Parsing central bank communications is more art than science. Or at least it was until now.

Parsing central bank communications is more art than science. Or at least it was until now.
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2 comments on “‘The Algo Is Agnostic’: Here’s What Happens When You Run NLP On 30 Years Of Fed Communications

  1. Anonymous

    College students behave the same way when they are stumped on an exam. Opportunistic futures traders smell blood in some statements that simply allow them to be bold enough to hammer stops. Never underestimate the role of relative liquidity in this game. And always have a liquidity to total market size metric. What was 3.20 on the 10 year? Nothing more than that because there was never any economic growth potential outside of synthetic monetary and fiscal measures. What quality of life is there in an iron lung existence anyway. Look at the brave new world of zombies staring at screens. You think FB and crypto aren’t a warning about the guts of our economy?

  2. anon, agree with some of your post, but not the FB crypto aspect. FB is trying to make money pure and simple. i don’t think you should read anything more into it.

    i think it is safe to assume that algorithms are being used to analyze any data they can get. the results still need to be interpreted by humans (at least for now). this is why the large tech and fortune 500 companies will have such an advantage over smaller companies and even governments. they can hire the best minds to build the best algorithms and can better interpret and modify the algorithms. it is a case of the rich will get richer..and likely exponentially. in that regards, warren is correct, but i don’t know if they can be stopped. might be better to join them (as an investor) rather than fight them.

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