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Basic Portfolio Math III

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 Guy R. Fleury, Independent Computer Software Professional

 Sunday, June 3, 2018

Part III of this series deals with a stock trading strategy's need to generate some long-term positive alpha in order to outperform expected market averages. And since alpha is also compounding over time, a small dose can go a long way. It is also said that one could literally “buy” some positive alpha with ease, simply by imitating someone that already has demonstrated to have some to spare. On the other hand, one could also design their own within their particular set of constraints. Read HTML File. http://alphapowertrading.com/quantopian/01-Portfolio_Math_III.html See related articles: Basic Portfolio Math II http://alphapowertrading.com/quantopian/01-Portfolio_Math_II.html Basic Portfolio Math I https://alphapowertrading.com/quantopian/Basic_Portfolio_Math.html


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