Every year the National Association of Active Investment Managers holds a competition called the NAAIM Shark Tank. The competition is an opportunity for the developers of active investing approaches to pitch their strategies to fellow advisers and active investment managers in pursuit of sub-adviser agreements. Finalists have six minutes to present their strategies, followed by eight minutes of Q&A from judges and the audience. in 2017, one Of QiT's strategies was chosen for the competition. I was waiting for the competition Charley … Read More ...
Message from TraderJanie I talk a lot about how to make your trading as boring as watching a bad documentary. But what does it take to get to where your trading is done by rote? Almost like it was done by a robot servant. A robot servant … [Read more]
Message From TraderJanie When you embark on a career in trading or if you just want to try it part-time, you have a lot to learn before you ever hit the enter button a trade. The actual physical act of trading is child's play but all the … [Read more]
Message from TraderJanie Humans rely on rules of thumb; some work, but many are story-based and do not stand up to scrutiny, in other words, can’t be proven with empirical evidence. For example. one of the most firmly held beliefs in the trading … [Read more]
Message from TraderJanie Here at QiT, we attempt to make things as boring as possible (no I don’t mean with the weekly newsletter, I mean with our signals) and if you’re bored – trading that is - then we’ve accomplished our goal. As the old … [Read more]
Message from TraderJanie For the most part, a typical trader’s perception of the risk on any given trade is dependent on the outcome of his most recent two or three trades. But the most successful trader's perception of the risk is not affected by … [Read more]
Message From TraderJanie If financial suicide is not the predominant reason for trading, then what could keep someone from doing something that would otherwise make absolute, perfect sense? Doesn't it make perfect sense to have a plan when … [Read more]