"Invert, always invert" (to solve the problem) Jacobi said. If we take the price dynamic as the absolute, as the Blank Swan thesis suggests, everything else is inverting.
Models are taken to get insight into a context that might have led to the price. The rule is constant recalibration of the models to novel prices of (novel) structures - an inverse problem. To calibrate a complex model - that explains more - may take a million of single valuations.
So, to riding the price waves needs the most sophisticated algorithms and enormous computing muscles.