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Forecasting Stock Market Strength Using Federal Reserve Data

May 9, 2014
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Lucena's macro economic model for market strength.

It is clear, in hindsight, that investors would have done better in 2008 if they had known to move from stocks to fixed income at the beginning of 2008. And similarly, if we could anticipate future bull markets we’d like to be able to shift assets into equities beforehand. Is it possible to anticipate these […]

What is “Slippage?”

January 20, 2014
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slippery

Most back testing frameworks model slippage. It is worth knowing what it is.

Asymmetric Beta: A Clue to Low Volatility Outperformance

January 8, 2014
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Our low volatility mascot.

Low volatility stocks and ETFs seem to perform better than they ought to.  In recent years they have provided similar returns to the overall market, but with lower risk. This phenomenon is referred to as “the low volatility anomaly.”  We take a statistical look at the question to see if we can find clues to […]

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