You can be total rubbish and get a pay rise. Click on the image below for the full interactive list.Details
Here are two pieces of information that I find oddly juxtaposed. The first is a list of broker recommendations for Apple – no prizes for guessing that they have been recommending it all the way down. And this is notable staff trading in Apple. What to make of it – undoubtedly nothing. However, it is…Details
I came across this chart from Bespoke. When I saw this file in its orignal context it seemed to imply that a higher relative strength equalled a higher return and that there was a sharp distinction between the returns possible as a function of the size of a given instrument. I wasn’t able to recreate…Details
With nothing to do on a cold Melbourne morning other than freeze to death I thought I would dust off this old spreadsheet on correlations. These are the ASX20 plus the All Ords and the S&P500. Correlations less than 1 are in red and those greater than 0.6 are in blue. Make of it what…Details
I just snipped this from finviz.com. It looks like a rough day ahead particularly in the metals.
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
I always find it remarkable that so much public policy is generated with at best a modicum of half arsed evidence or at worst no evidence at all. To me austerity seems to fall into the latter camp of no evidence at all. There seems to be very little evidence for the majority of economic…Details
Says it all really.