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Technical Analysis

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Week 4: In this presentation we discussed the basic concepts of technical analysis including its reliance on supply and demand. Next, we focussed on charting price and volume movements along different time horizons to make informed trading decisions.   technical analysis

Fundamental Analysis

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Week 3: In this presentation, we demonstrated how to analyze a company’s financial statements and critical ratios. These two were used in conjunction with industry data and trends to help make longer term (value) investments. Fundamental Analysis

Equities

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Week 2: In this presentation we discussed the basics of equity markets beginning with what actually makes stocks move up and down. Next, we discussed corporate structure of both private and public companies and the role of shareholders. Equities (2016-2017)

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Trading Systems and Methods by Perry J. Kaufman

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Trading Systems and Methods by Perry J. Kaufman

or nearly thirty years, professional and individual traders have turned to Trading Systems and Methods for detailed information on indicators, programs, algorithms, and systems, and now this fully revised Fifth Edition updates coverage for today’s markets. The definitive reference on trading systems, the book explains the tools and techniques of successful trading to help traders develop a program that

Global Securities Markets: Navigating the World’s Exchanges and OTC Markets by George W. Arnett

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Global Securities Markets: Navigating the World’s Exchanges and OTC Markets by George W. Arnett

UIS Tip: This book can be accessed for free on the Wiley Online Library through UCLA The quick guide to understanding the global securities markets Investing in the global securities markets poses challenges far beyond simply choosing a security that’s likely to provide a decent return.   provides a framework for navigating through these highly diverse

Investments, by Zvi Bodie, Alex Kane, and Alan Marcus

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Investments, by Zvi Bodie, Alex Kane, and Alan Marcus

odie, Kane, and Marcus’   sets the standard for graduate/MBA investments textbooks. It blends practical and theoretical coverage, while maintaining an appropriate rigor and a clear writing style. Its unifying theme is that security markets are nearly efficient, meaning that most securities are priced appropriately given their risk and return attributes. The text places greater emphasis

Latest Articles on R and Programming

R Code for Constructing Optimal Portfolios

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The attached R code will generate a Single Index Model Portfolio with no short sales. This requires the stockPortfolio package which can be installed with install.packages(“stockPortfolio”). Single Index No Short Click the above link to get the text file.

Getting Started with R

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In our ever-expanding digital world, the interaction between Financial Markets, Computers, and Statistics cannot be avoided. As such, we will start doing more to ensure our members get an education which also includes the use of digital trading and statistical modeling. The platform we will use is called R, and is available from http://www.r-project.org or http://cran.stat.ucla.edu.   This video

Getting Started with R

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Getting Started with R

In this post I will give you just a few quick hints, tips, and links to get started using R in Finance. R is available at http://www.r-project.org. This website gives you the base program, R. This is a console-like application, which means that you type, and it listens. That is all. There is very little in

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