Monthly Archives: May 2014

Forecasting returns and trading strategies

Mouth hanging open and a look of daydreaming, what’s so amazing to get such a reaction? It’s the prospect of a reliable forecast on a stock’s return! What else? It’s bewildering to still catch an investor’s interested look with the pretence of a cue on a hot stock ready to

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Speed perception, credit correction

“You feel it in your guts. You don’t need to have a look at the speedometer to know which speed you’re driving at!”. During a short interview with a credit analyst I think this is an awesome revelation containing the core of what overconfidence leads to: systematic biases, as we

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