I was having breakfast with Scott L out systems tester extraordinaire the other day. Our chice of venue for such outings is a cafe in Brighton. Not because it is half way between our two abodes but rather that it boast a boat ramp. And as everyone knows a boat ramp is the best free…Details
But it could also be better….
Recently, I have seen some YTD returns and thought I would collate some of the more interesting ones into a dodgy table. The stand out performer is undoubtedly the Nikkei. Its amazing what you can do to an index when you attempt to do at least something to address inter generational economic problems. From my…Details
Whilst my grasp of macro economics is about as good as Tony Abbotts grasp of evolution I do know that to have a mining boom you need two things and two thing only. Rising commodity prices and a booming customer. Everything is superfluous to the equation and can be discarded. This is the Shanghai Composite.…Details
This Friday we have Kora Reddy of asxiq dropping by as a guest contributer, who for the next three weeks will be going through some of the intricacies of back testing. Why Backtest a strategy? Quick answers to the question: to determine whether a theory or hypothetical construct is valid in historical testing to summarize…Details
The clever folks at asxiq have produce an app for the iPhone that gives dividend information for ASX shares. Dvdnd IQ lets you track all the important upcoming dividend dates (ex-dividend, record, payable, etc.) of all the ASX listed shares in easily scroll-able calendar format. Dvdnd IQ includes details for each ASX listed share, information such as last traded…Details