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  • ESG = Emperor Sans Garments(?) (www.piggyback.one)

    The consensus ESG investing movement provokes an inverse “Anti-ESG” reaction. Human progress through capitalism is a series of messy tradeoffs. Wise investors look inward for “fairness” and virtues.

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  • An Original PiggyBack Investor (www.piggyback.one)

    Robert Heilbrunn went from client and student to investment research associate of Benjamin Graham. In time, Heilbrunn found his edge in piggybacking on other, selected value investors. (PBL #5 2022)

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  • Investing Newsletters (www.piggyback.one)

    PiggyBack’s Newsletter Recommendations. Most cover investing niches. Many cover more or less related aspects of the world that we find interesting. All offer unique views and voices. (Recommendations)

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  • Shades of Value (www.piggyback.one)

    An intro to fundamental equity metrics and definitions commonly used in value investing. How well is the accounting grounded in reality? And when are we valuing and not just pricing? (Background)

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  • Algorithmic Trading Models – Cumulative Sums Filter (algofin.substack.com)

    In the sixth article of this series, we will continue to summarise a collection of commonly used technical analysis trading models that will steadily increase in mathematical and computational complexity. Typically, these models are likely to be most effective around fluctuating or periodic instruments, such as forex pairs or commodities, which is what I have backtested them on. The aim behind each of these models is that they should be objective and systematic i.e. we should be able to translate them into a trading bot that will check some conditions at the start of each time period and make a decision if a buy or sell order should be posted or whether an already open trade should be closed.

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