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Fusion Analysis: Merging Fundamental and Technical Analysis for Risk-Adjusted Excess Returns

Fusion Analysis: Merging Fundamental and Technical Analysis for Risk-Adjusted Excess Returns

1st Edition
By V. John Palicka
Copyright: 2012

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ISBN10: 0071629386 | ISBN13: 9780071629386

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Program Details

Part One:

1.      Market return/risk characteristics within the context of the Efficient Market Hypothesis

2.      CAPM assumptions and scenario analysis biases

3.      Major market valuation models will be compared to major technical models in terms of buy/sell points

4.      Value and Growth valuation theories

5.      Behavioral finance and psychological considerations

6.      Fama fundamental investment concepts

7.      Fed Model; T Rowe Price indicator for small-cap stocks

8.      The valuation models will be discussed with such technical concepts as Dow Theory, Head and Shoulders, moving averages, volume confirmations, MACD, money flows and sentiment

9.      Pairs Trading and Fusion

10.  Derivative strategies and spread trading

11.  Market Neutral strategies

12.  Trading with algorithms and behavioral issues

 

Part Two:

13.  Bottoms up stock picking valuation models

14.  Fundamental models of Gordon Growth, PEG, discounted cash flows and translations to traditional valuation techniques

15.  Bubble Theories

16.  Real Estate Applications For Lenders, Investors, Appraisers, Flippers, Owners

17.  Opportunistic trading with climaxes, SUE and event anticipations,

18.  Currency and commodity speculation

19.  Events in fundamentals will be combined with opportunistic trades from technical inputs

20.  GAAP vs. non-GAAP vs. normalized non-GAAP

21.  Cash Flows: GAAP, Free, Economic, Fusion

22.  These inputs will include: technical trading signals - triangles, rectangles, bottoms/tops, climax, trend/speediness, gaps, retracements, saucers, MACD, Bollinger, stochastics & RSI

23.  Inter-market analysis in terms of hedges, spreads, derivatives

24.  Cycles and unique technical approaches, such as Elliott Wave, Point and Figure, Japanese Candlesticks

25.  Quant analysis with Artificial Intelligence and Behavioral issues.

26.  Exotic screen considerations

27.  Future Trends: Surrogate Mothers and Surrogate Investing; Genetic Investing, Predictive Analytical Investing

 

Part Three

28.  Creating various screening criteria that complement an investment objective

29.  Determining and obtaining sources for screens

30.  Assigning appropriate factors and weights

31.  Trading techniques

32.  Generating a target list of stocks that can be bought or shorted

33.  Establishing price targets for short-term traders and longer-term investors

34.  Exploring arbitrage opportunities and some major hedge fund strategies

35.  Incorporating derivative strategies

36.  Workshop of exchanging investment ideas and approaches