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Dave oversees the Quantitative Equity Team’s investment process and is responsible for the ongoing analysis of our quantitative models. Dave first joined Trinity Investment Management Corporation (now the Quantitative Equity Team of OFI Institutional) in 1988 as a systems analyst. After a leave to run a consulting business, he rejoined the firm in 1994 and assumed his current responsibilities in 1999. Dave holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Carleton College and is a CFA charterholder. Blake Gall, CFA | Vice Chairman – Quantitative Equities Blake facilitates the Quantitative Equity Team’s investment process, including research and ...
of individuals and institutions performing economic functions, including consumers, borrowers and investors, and their effects on market prices , returns and the resource allocation . The fields are primarily concerned with the bounds of rationality (selfishness, self-control) of economic agents . Behavioral models typically integrate insights from psychology with neo-classical economic theory . Behavioral analysts are not only concerned with the effects of market decisions but also with public choice , which describes another source of economic decisions with related biases towards promoting self-interest.
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One doesn't need to look very hard to find a lot of convincing books and articles written on the importance of asset allocation, keeping costs low, following broad markets, not attempting to do market timing, etc etc all supported by a ton of examples, charts and plain simple common sense. I don't need to be convinced, I already am. However, I would be most curious to read books and articles containing the best arguments AGAINST the above and arguments for the strenghs of fundamental and technical analysis, market timing, hedge funds, frequent trading, riding waves, etc etc. I want to know how these people think, why ... market research, surveys and trends


Why Now's the Time to Buy Google -- Seeking Alpha
reported earnings after the bell on Thursday. The company disappointed Wall Street with numbers of $6.45 a share versus the $6.51 consensus estimates. The main cause of the earnings miss was that Google had the audacity to add almost 1200 highly skilled professionals to its workforce. Even though revenues posted better than expected numbers of $6.82 Billion for the quarter, the stock sold off heavily in pre-market action and got progressively worse along with the general equity selloff. It ended down seven percent in Friday’s market rout. Despite the earnings miss, there were several positives in Google’s second ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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An Australian local government superannuation fund has become the latest state-owned fund to invest in environmental funds. Local Government Super (LGS), which manages around A$6 billion in assets for 100,000 local government employees in New South Wales,  has invested A$50 million ($45.96 million) into a portfolio which invests in small cap environmental technology stocks, run by London-based Impax Asset Management . The portfolio will follow an investment strategy followed by one of Impax’s fund, which returned 47.71 percent in the last five years, versus 20.10 percent for the benchmark MSCI World Index. industry trends, business articles and survey research
Would Benjamin Graham Buy Barnes & Noble (BKS) at $15 a Share? And How Would ...
at $15 a share. Nonetheless, this article is an attempt to see how Ben Graham would analyze Barnes & Noble. And how he would value it. I got some great comments to my earlier articles in this ongoing Barnes & Noble series. Many of them were about how Barnes & Noble wasn’t a value investment: “ I have never seen a value investing article with so much space written about non-business or valuation related things. Even the little space that valuation got was dubious.” And: “Going long BKS on these reasons alone however is PURE SPECULATION. It has nothing to do with the fundamentals of BKS, which is deteriorating. Burkle is taking ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Sensex may hit 20000 soon 23000 by March 2011 Ambit Cap
The markets in the west have been turbulent over the past few weeks. In spite of this Indian bourses have kept their nerve and not witnessed any major breakdowns. An even more bullish Andrew Holland Chief Executive Officer of Institutional Equities and Equity Proprietary Trading at Ambit Capital, expects the Sensex to touch 20,000 in the short term and 23,000 by March 2011. The fourth quarter, however, according to him may be tricky in terms of earnings. The western world, he says is expected to grow at a slow pace of 1-2%. Further he says, �There are a lot of long-only funds investing in Indian and foreign institutional ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Why Use a Quantitative Approach?
Jul 31, 2009 ... investing over non-quant investing is the transparency of the approach. This is because the models ... why Quant Equity is Compelling now ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Joint CFTC-SEC Advisory Committee on Emerging Regulatory Issues ...
Jun 22, 2010 ... I jointly oversee the firm's quantitative equity investing, .... to the full set of data that the regulators are now analyzing and offer our ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Campbell R. Harvey's Quantitative Stock Selection
There has been a large growth in 'Alternative Investing' recently. Indeed, institutional investors routinely invest up 20% of their funds in alternative vehicles such as hedge funds. However, there is an important gap in the top MBA programs' curricula and the practice of investing. There is little or no mention of this important asset class in the standard textbooks. The goal of the course is to bridge the theory of finance with the practice of finance in the area of stock selection. The course is very practically oriented, with students gaining hands-on experience in developing portfolios of stocks destined for ...
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