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It is paradoxical but investor anxiety rises near all-time highs. This may have to do with cognitive biases and specifically hyperbolic discounting, i.e., the tendency to want an immediate payoff. At the same time, when markets are rallying, there is … Continue reading
Although it appears that the market has started to correct, there is some evidence that investors may be selling overbought low volatility and high yield stocks to raise cash before a market rally.
This latest article in Yahoo! Finance is an example of how data-mining bias still drives Wall Street decisions.
Backtests are good for systematic trading and under certain conditions. It makes no sense to use backtests in an effort to analyze current market conditions. Yet, this is done all the time and regrettably by educated people who call themselves … Continue reading
Some investors and traders will never be satisfied with the type of strategy they use. If they use a strategy from the public domain, then they complain it does not work. If they use a black box, then they complain … Continue reading
There are two golden rules savvy traders follow during times of uncertainty. Adhering to these two rules minimizes the risk of large losses due to adverse moves or lack of participation when a favorable move starts.
On December 16, 2015, when the Fed raised short-term rates, the 10-Year Note yield was at 2.29%. After about a month, the market has neutralized the Fed action and the 10-Year Note yield has fallen by about 25 basis points.