How do multiple lead changes, and their duration in minutes very close, i.e. from up to down from close or open, or within + or - 2 for multiple minutes, affect the outcome of the day in markets? In the playoff game they had a 14 point lead. "There were six lead changes and five more ties in the final 7 minutes of the third. For the next 13 minutes, a span of 46 dizzying possessions, neither team led by more than two points." By the way, the quotes are from the AP story about the game. One of the few times that I've ever seen a good meaty story rather than boiler plate from the AP.

Bill Rafter adds: 

Sounds like a job for the Spearman Rank Correlation.


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