Saturday, June 25, 2005

Standings of the Future


Everyone keeps saying, "It's only June, the standings don't mean anything." OK, well, if Dippin' Dots can make an Ice Cream of the Future, we here at Nats Blog can make a Standings of the Future. What you see is the NL East standings based on the number wins the market at Tradesports indicates each team will have, as of a few minutes ago. We're right there.

3 Comments:

At 5:00 PM, Anonymous da kine said...

People must be putting their money where their emotions are, because the Fish are turrible.

 
At 5:26 PM, Blogger DM said...

Part of the theory of why type of market analyis works is that of the "sheep" and the "wolves". The early traders are the sheep who make bad offers, which attract the wolves who are better judges, who come in and snap up the bad offers to flip them in more accurate transactions.

So, da kine, you are essentially calling the Marlins betters "sheep". Are you a wolf? :) You can sell a lot of shares short at 85, if you want.

 
At 11:05 AM, Blogger Basil said...

If it actually turned out that way, one could make an excellent argument for greatest pennant race of all time---especially since presumably the WC would be unattainable.

 

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