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Bringing Technical Analysis into Value InvestingThough I’m a strong believer in the fundamentals, and will die by the principals that fundamental investing works the best, I do have to admit that there are some virtues to technical investing. This is especially true when we look at how technical analysis can help us build and maintain our more fundamental and value based strategies.…
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Ally Invest Group has Just Purchased Equities Lab Basic Accounts for all of their MembersWe are excited to announce that over the past few months we have been working hard on integrating the Ally Invest Group API into our system. Now that we have completed that task, you can easily go into Equities Lab and use our software for all of your investing needs – from analyzing potential positions to executing trades.…
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Value Investing By TimeIn this short article we are going to go over what exactly is calculated in the new Value Across Time Score. The first thing that you need to know is that each part of the score is based on the rank of a variable within the last year.…
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Validating Investment ScreensIt is honestly not very hard to find a screen that can easily beat the market over the past 20 years. If you have a rudimentary understanding of the market you can create a screen in a few seconds that can make you a great “return”.Here is example of screen that does just that.…
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OverviewA very simple stocker is presented that very effectively produces value-based stock returns. The screener, with realistic assumptions, produces 25% annualized returns with a standard deviation of 26% from 1995 to 2015, as backtested in Equities Lab.BackgroundValue investing is a framework of investing that selects stocks that have low prices compared to their intrinsic value [1].…
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OverviewA very simple stocker is presented that very effectively produces value-based stock returns. The screener, with realistic assumptions, produces 25% annualized returns with a standard deviation of 26% from 1995 to 2015, as backtested in Equities Lab. BackgroundValue investing is a framework of investing that selects stocks that have low prices compared to their intrinsic value [1].…