A note on odds in the cattle futures market

@article{Anderson1994ANO,
  title={A note on odds in the cattle futures market},
  author={Seth C. Anderson and John D. Jackson and Jeffrey W. Steagall},
  journal={Journal of Economics and Finance},
  year={1994},
  volume={18},
  pages={357-365}
}
This paper investigates the odds of generating a 100-fold return in the cattle futures market. We employ cattle futures data for the period October 11, 1978, through July 31, 1979, to compute the probability of obtaining such a return. The tests are constructed to give the investor the benefit of the doubt whenever doubt exists. The most conservative finding is that the probability is one in approximately thirty-one trillion. Assuming that the return is made in the most efficient way possible… 
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