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Factor Models In Practice with Ernest Chan
Ernest Chan will give a very detailed look into Factor Models in this webinar. Factor models are well-known among long-term investors who favor stock selection models, but there are some exotic factors from which shorter term traders can also benefit.He will discuss the various factor modeling techniques and the more exotic factors recently discovered.
Forum on trading, automated trading systems and testing trading strategies
Something Interesting in Financial Video April 2014
Sergey Golubev, 2014.04.21 17:09
Sergey Golubev, 2015.08.02 10:21
NFPs, BoE and RBA Will Stir Volatility Even If Risk Trends Hold Steady (based on dailyfx article)
"The most high-profile indicator on the list is the NFPs, but labor
data's wage component and Monday's PCE inflation report speak more
directly to rate forecasting. High level event risk for the UK and
Australia should also have traders keeping tabs on Pound and Aussie sets
going forward. We look at the event risk and market potential ahead in
the weekend Trading Video."
Something Interesting in Forex Video April 2013
Sergey Golubev, 2013.04.16 16:30
Ichimoku Trading - Ichimoku Training - Support and Resistance with the Ichimoku Cloud Trading
Trading Video: Will US Stock Indexes and the Dollar Finally Break This Week? (based on dailyfx article)
'Data to leverage the US Dollar seems far less capable than key Euro-area GDP figures and Chinese economic event risk for the Euro and Aussie Dollar respectively. We discuss what lies ahead and the proper strategy calibrations in this weekend Trading Video.'
The Context In Which Markets Move (Trading The News)
Something Interesting in Financial Video December 2014
Sergey Golubev, 2014.12.03 10:01
Invalid Kumo Breakouts
Here's a look at a few Kumo Breakouts and why they are not valid breakouts.
Gary Norden on The Evolution of Professional Institutional Trading
The presentation will be focused on The Evolution of Professional Institutional Trading, and will cover:
More about Gary Norden:Gary
Norden's 25 year trading career started at the age of 18 when he became
a market-maker of Japanese Equity Derivatives for Yamaichi who were
then the 4th largest Japanese investment bank. Three years later he
moved to the trading pits of the London Futures and Options Exchange
(LIFFE) where he traded as a 'local' options market maker. When
futures markets became computerised Gary was among the first wave to
make the transition to screen based scalping. In 2001 Gary joined ING
Financial Markets to trade Convertible Bonds. In 2003 Gary moved to
Australia where he established Organic Financial Group, a trading and
consulting firm. He has written two books and writes for publications
around the world.
Something Interesting in Financial Video February 2015
Sergey Golubev, 2015.02.20 15:23