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Pairs Trading Suggested for Energy Stocks

Dec 11th, 2019 | Filed under: CAPM / Alpha Theory, Hedge Fund Strategies, Alpha & Beta, Newly Added, Alpha Strategies, ETFs, The A.I. Industry, Hedge Funds, Allocating to A.I., Finance & Economics

Carlos Salas Najera, of the New York City Data Science Academy, has tested an old idea (pairs trading) for a strategy that could be tailored to energy stocks and related ETFs. The resulting paper is “Pairs Trading and VAR Analysis Applied to Energy Stocks.” His latest paper, though, has aRead More

Oil Trading and Round Number Effects

Sep 13th, 2018 | Filed under: Investing in Commodities, Financial Economics Theory, Newly Added, Behavioral finance, oil, Commodities: Examples, The A.I. Industry, Commodities, Finance & Economics

The “round number effect” is an endless source of fascination in the worlds of both trading and statistics. Human brains, after all, tend to think in round numbers. A market pundit on television may say, “If the price of stock XYZ gets below $8.00, it’ll be worth buying.” He won’tRead More

Hedging or Trading? Why Italian Banks Use Derivatives

Aug 23rd, 2018 | Filed under: Derivatives, Newly Added, Risk management, Credit Derivatives, The Global Economy & Currencies, Economics, The A.I. Industry, Institutional Asset Management, Risk Management Strategies & Processes, Hedge Funds, Commodities, Risk Management & Operations

A recent report by the Bank of Italy looks at why the various banks of Italy use derivatives. Specifically, the central bank of that country wanted to know: is it a matter of hedging? Or is it a matter of keeping a proprietary book? Hedge fund managers and other pursuersRead More