The Contrarian Case for Getting Active

Posted on 2020-01-15 in Stocks • Tagged with Stocks, Python • 5 min read

Right before the New Year I posted an article on Medium titled "Is Passive Investing Going to Kill Us?" It centers around one particular chart where the amount of money flowing into passive investing is staggering.

While I'm a big fan of Passive Investing and I've been riding its success …


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Updated Forex Charts with Bokeh

Posted on 2019-12-15 in Forex • Tagged with Forex, Python, Stocks, Crypto • 2 min read

Just updating my past post on autogenerating support and resistance lines for the EURUSD. I've updated the charts to use Bokeh, a nicer and interactive set of plots. You can zoom in and see the candles at various price levels. I still need to do more labeling work on the …


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Morgan Stanley Layoffs, VTI keeps climbing

Posted on 2019-12-10 in Stocks • Tagged with Stocks, Economy, ETF • 2 min read

Yesterday Morgan Stanley announced a 2% reduction in workforce across the entire organization. It's citing an "uncertain global environment." That's a code word for "recession" if you ask me.

The job cuts at the investment bank, the world’s biggest equities trading firm and a leading mergers advisor, will hit …


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AI Trading & Lehman Brothers?

Posted on 2019-11-27 in Data Science • Tagged with Stocks, AI, Trading, Market Trends • 2 min read

WOW! I posted this over 12 years ago. Talk about being spot on the money! I hate to do this but I'm going to quote myself here:

I firmly believe that data mining, AI, and machine learning trading will accelerate over the years. Who knows, maybe my little model will …


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Investing in the S&P500 beats AI Trading

Posted on 2019-11-26 in Stocks • Tagged with Stocks, AI, Passive Investing, Market Trends • 1 min read

I forgot to link to this image back in early May 2019. It's from Bloomberg and it makes a lot of sense, maybe eye opening for some.

Investing in the S&P500 beats AI Trading

Essentially it shows that the market is the be and end all. Of course the market is an average and there are funds …


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