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Basic Portfolio Math V

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 Guy R. Fleury, Independent Computer Software Professional

 Sunday, June 17, 2018

Basic Portfolio Math part IV, made the point that the 505 listed stocks in the S&P500 price matrix were the same for everyone. Its past is recorded history and there is only one iteration of it. The possible combinations of selectable stocks for a portfolio is so huge that there is not enough computing power on this planet to make an exhaustive search for the best possible trading strategy within a million lifetimes, let alone over the next few minutes. However, we can always compare the outcome of trading strategies. The following HTML file explores the possibilities with some design considerations. Basic Portfolio Math V http://alphapowertrading.com/quantopian/01-Portfolio_Math_V.html


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