As they used to say in the 60's, right on.
Specific to Monday (3/21), there were two declining stocks with very high volume: Citigroup and Sprint Nextel.
I inherited Enron stock in the late 1990's, and thus regularly received their financial statements. The "red flags" in those statements were not...
Yes, fraud can happen in any company. I don't find anything particularly suspicious, though, about Netflix's content expenses or accounts payable....
The data I have stored for the S&P 500 shows a cumulative return -- including annual dividend reinvestment -- of 179% (5.7% compounded annually)...
Would fundamental analysis work if prices are random?
A pattern perhaps?
There is an implication in this thread that there is something wrong with the current weighting people have for stocks and bonds in their...
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I usually struggle with absolutes, yet do agree that optimized systems should be viewed with skepticism. It's also worth noting, however, that...
As you said, this seems to be a data issue rather than a software one.
As its calculated by Shiller, the S&P 500 index had two twenty-year periods when it declined 50%: June 1912 - June 1932 and September 1929 -...
Not only is C>O a rule, it also has parameters defining which bar's close and open prices to use (in this case, most likely from the current bar).
Agreed, which is why I prefer thinking of this process as evaluating robustness rather than optimizing parameters.
I believe this to be true, too.
Furthermore, bartering allows exchanges of assets without need for money.
What if the product is from an extractive industry, e.g., oil, natural gas, coal or gold? Maybe, agriculture, timber or hydroelectric power?
So very true.
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