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ISM and how to beat the index
In today’s email:
ISM Manufacturing Index: Does it predict the stock market?
Meme stock trading: Can you predict a short squeeze?
How to beat the Index: Buy the Swedish industrial Mini-Berkshire Investor AB? (11.9% annually since 1915)
Multiple timeframe strategy: A straightforward way of doing multiple timeframes
Video: Momentum Bitcoin strategy.
Valentine’s Day: A good buying opportunity?
Around the web: Where do millionaires keep their money?
ISM Manufacturing Index
One of the most awaited macro indicators is the ISM Manufacturing Index which is published on the first trading day of the month.
Is it a good indicator for the stock market? We backtested:
The evidence seems to confirm that stocks show abnormal positive (compounded at 11.9% since 1915returns in the days leading up to Valentine’s day.
Meme stocks and Reddit
Groups operating on Reddit have managed to create some spectacular short squeezes. But is it possible to predict them? We looked at some research:
Multiple Timeframe Strategy
A multiple timeframe analysis looks at both long-term and short-term trends and patterns. We made an example of such a strategy:
170 trading ideas including Amibroker and Tradestation code
Since 2012 we have written more than 1 000 articles, many of them with specific trading rules and backtests. We have compiled 170 of them with trading rules in plain English, Amibroker code, and 60% with trade station/Easy Language code (we are updating more).
We have previously mentioned that we like the business model of Berkshire Hathaway. In the link below, we provide you with the pros and cons of Investor AB, the Swedish industrial Mini-Berkshire that has compounded at 11.9% annually for over 100 years (since 1915):
In reality, it’s like an active mutual fund, and the management cost is only 0.11%:
(Video) Momentum Strategy For Bitcoin
Bitcoin Momentum Trading Strategy (With Rules and Backtest)
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