A number of students on my trend following course have mentioned a couple of different trailing stop ideas, so I thought I would put them to the test and see how they perform. Following is an exploration into two different methods; an idea from Nick Radge and a chandelier stop from Charles Le Beau. Read more »
I’ve spent half the day researching new investing strategies and half the day reading Happier by Tal Ben Shahar.
Tal Ben Shahar is a teacher, writer, TED speaker and Harvard lecturer.
According to the sleeve of the book, Ben-Shahar is an incredibly popular teacher at Harvard and his course on happiness is the most popular in the university’s history. Read more »
Regular readers of this blog will know that I am a fan of quantitative trading methods. I’m not a very good discretionary trader so I get around that fact by using rules to make investment decisions.
It pays off since it stops me second-guessing my trades and getting out at precisely the wrong time (which is what usually happens). Read more »