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Sick of political polls? Try prediction markets

Let me make a bold prediction: You would badly like to know how the election on Nov. 8 will turn out, and you are searching for signs capable of revealing the near future. If you’re a romantic, you may fixate on crowd-size estimates or height comparisons. (Most often, the taller candidate wins.)...
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