Is the road to 21st century risk management paved with the same stones that help us figure out why we are, on average, behind schedule, above budget and below projections? Sam Savage makes the complicated world of statistics and probability easy to understand in this Big Saturday Interview.
Where did the challenge to the efficient market orthodoxy come from? And why has this challenge not translated into better financial policy and regulation – even in the wake of the most recent market meltdown in 2008? These and more questions are answered in the second half of our conversation with Justin Fox.
Here, in the first half of our conversation with Justin Fox, he explains not just how the idea of rational markets developed, but how many of its key principles remain important for investors today.
Charles Kirk, trader and publisher of The Kirk Report, is one of the lucky few who spend his days not toiling for a boss or haggling with co-workers, but instead by trading stocks. Here he gives us some insight into his work as a trader and his writing at The Kirk Report.
In the second half of our conversation with Jack Ablin, we talk more about some of the strategies and tactics he uses as a top-down investor and money manager.
Knowing which markets to be in and which markets to be out of is the most important decision an investor can make. So says trader and author Jack Ablin who brings his experience as an institutional investor to bear in this Big Saturday Interview.
What is more important to a long term investor: a company’s earnings or a company’s revenues? In Part 2, Harry Domash discusses his own criteria for picking the kind of stocks that are ready to move higher over the long term.
In part 1 of our conversation, Harry Domash tells us how he developed his fundamental approach to finding winning stocks through interviews and conversations with money managers and finance academics.
In this Big Saturday Interview from our archives, Thomas Bulkowski talks about how he came to focus on studying and quantifying chart patterns in stocks, and how traders and investors can best take advantage of his research.
Noted Dr. Ernest Chan has spent years applying his understanding of statistics and probability to the high-intensity world of stock and futures trading. Here he discusses the role and importance of backtesting trading systems and strategies.