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A Defensive Trade

The Price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance (and some relatively expensive military hardware). This articles presents the performance of militarily-angled defensive trades relative to their benchmarks for 2011.

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A quick post reviewing Facebook’s possible market capitalisation. Not new news but a recent online video, included in the post, might peek your interest over the numbers at hand.

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JPMorgan Chase’s recent 4Q10 earnings release have supported a previous review of a write-back cycle picking up some momentum (Writing Back the Down Up). The question now is: where to from here?

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This is just a quick review of the 4!-Algo results and current avenues of research. It is easy to find myths when we want one and momentum is no different…

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An update regarding the 24 algo momentum study derived from the now newly baptised 4!-Moments Algorithm.

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Writing Back the Down Up

Writing back loan loss provisions is an ordinary occurrence that is inline with standard accounting practices. However, estimates over these remain a matter of uncertainty and risk management, the analysis of this from an external perspective is therefore often critical in reviewing the ongoing future financial value of a company from a fundamental point of view.

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This is the final update before the release on the momentum article set. Included in this are some chronological returns data from the related benchmarks, risk-free cash value lines and the actual algorithmic trading strategy. More details included complete model and underlying data limitations will be given with the final article release.

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