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Financial History – The Magazine of the Museum of American Finance

The Museum of American Finance’s quarterly membership magazine, Financial History, is the internationally-recognized source for the history of commerce and the development of the American capital markets. Each issue features articles about the people, companies and events that have contributed to the nation’s financial system, with the intention of lending perspective to current business and financial […]

CME – Toby Crabel took home the Pinnacle Achievement Award

Toby Crabel took home the Pinnacle Achievement Award at #MFPA17 last night. Watch him discuss his career in #ManagedFutures: pic.twitter.com/CnY1T1QgCW — CMEGroup (@CMEGroup) June 20, 2017

CME Group and BarclayHedge Honor Managed Futures Leaders at Sixth Annual Managed Futures Pinnacle Awards

CHICAGO, June 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — CME Group News Release http://www.cmegroup.com/media-room/press-releases/2017/6/20/cme_group_and_barclayhedgehonormanagedfuturesleadersatsixthannua.html Tthe world’s leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, and BarclayHedge, recognized top managed futures industry leaders at the sixth annual Managed Futures Pinnacle Awards last night. The winner of this year’s Pinnacle Achievement Award is Toby Crabel, Chairman and CIO of Crabel Capital Management. Crabel began his trading career in 1980 […]

Welcome to the CMT Association

After nearly 50 years of service to the financial industry, the Market Technicians Association proposes that we become the CMT Association. The Association’s leadership including Board Members, founding members, and senior staff, recommend that members approve changing our organization’s name. Having carefully considered all implications of the legal name change, the leadership feels that it […]

Andrew Lo on Adaptive Markets: Financial Evolution at the Speed of Thought

Originally posted at Financial Sense at http://www.financialsense.com/andrew-lo/adaptive-markets-financial-evolution-speed-thought The influential MIT Professor Andrew Lo joins FS Insider today to discuss his groundbreaking book, Adaptive Markets: Financial Evolution at the Speed of Thought, where he persuasively lays out a new framework for understanding the markets, finance, and investor behavior via the “adaptive market hypothesis,” incorporating the fields of biology, […]

A Supercomputer Is Betting on a Market Crash in the Months Ahead

Originally posted by Financial Sense at http://www.financialsense.com/didier-sornette/supercomputer-betting-market-crash?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weekly One of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, retrofitted for trading the stock market, appears to be betting on a crash in the months ahead. The Financial Crisis Observatory (FCO) at ETH Zurich released its latest Global Bubble Status Report on July 1st. As we discussed with FCO’s director, Didier Sornette, […]

Opinion: Legendary technical analyst’s ‘power index’ works for long-term stock investing

Article originally posted by Marketwatch on 23 Jun2 2017 at http://www.marketwatch.com/story/legendary-technical-analysts-power-index-works-for-long-term-stock-investing-2017-06-22 by Michael Kahn Technical analysis can be lucrative for investors who look beyond daily market fluctuations. Even today, technical analysis still gets a bad rap as being, at best, a self-fulfilling prophecy and, at worst, financial voodoo. And while its practitioners are usually not […]

Just 10% of trading is regular stock picking, JPMorgan estimates

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/13/death-of-the-human-investor-just-10-percent-of-trading-is-regular-stock-picking-jpmorgan-estimates.html “Fundamental discretionary traders” account for only about 10 percent of trading volume in stocks today, JPMorgan estimates. “The majority of equity investors today don’t buy or sell stocks based on stock specific fundamentals,” said JPMorgan’s Marko Kolanovic. JPMorgan believes the recent sell-off in technology stocks may have been related to quantitative and computer trading […]

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