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    10 Weekend Reads - How Zano Raised Millions, artificial intelligence, The Eagles, and more

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    • Perceptions vs Reality: Fear vs Reason (Bill Ehrman)
    • How Zano Raised Millions on Kickstarter and Left Most Backers with Nothing (Medium)
    • The FANG Playbook (Stratechery) see also Silicon Valley’s $585 Billion Problem (Fortune)
    • How Voltaire Made a Fortune Rigging the Lottery (Today I Found Out)
    • The poisoning of Flint (Washington Post)
    • How close are we to creating artificial intelligence? (Aeon)
    • This Football Helmet Crumples—and That’s Good (Bloomberg)
    • The political right’s dangerous support for economic quackery (Mainly Macro) see also The Republican Establishment Is Losing at Its Own Game (The Upshot)
    • Weighing The Week Ahead: A Dovish Tilt From The Fed? (seekingalpha)
    • Rolling Stone #196: The Eagles (The Uncool)

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    10 Weekend Reads: Artificially Intelligent Hedge Fund, The Man Behind Ted Cruz, Art Deco dreams, and more

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    •The Last Days at Target: The untold tale of Target Canada’s difficult birth, tough life and brutal death (Canadian Business)
    • The Rise of the Artificially Intelligent Hedge Fund (Wired) see also The Crusade Against Multiple Regression Analysis (Edge)
    • How Microsoft Plans to Beat Google and Facebook to the Next Tech Breakthrough (Bloomberg)
    • 60 teenagers reveal what they think is cool — and what isn’t — in 2016 (Business Insider)
    • One hundred years of Current Employment Statistics data collection (BLS)
    • The Epic Fail of Hollywood’s Hottest Algorithm (Vulture)
    • Who Poisoned Flint, Michigan? (Rolling Stone)
    • The Man Behind Ted Cruz: Equal parts drill sergeant, data junkie, brawler, and entrepreneur, Jeff Roe will do anything to win. (New Republic)
    • The Big Search to Find Out Where Dogs Come From (NYT) see also Dark Underside of the Show-Dog World (Vanity Fair)
    • Art Deco dreams come true at the Mullin Automotive Museum (Classic Driver)

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    10 Weekend Reads: Uber’s Radical, Martin Shkreli Is Wrong, The 100 Jokes, and more

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    • The Inside Story of Uber’s Radical Rebranding (Wired)
    • What’s Wrong With Craig Venter? The multi-millionaire maverick, says he can help you live a better, longer life. (New Republic)
    • Everything You Know About Martin Shkreli Is Wrong—or Is It? (Vanity Fair)
    •Wall Street’s Straight Man in Washington: Representative Scott Garrett’s antigay views are making Wall Street reconsider how it does business. (Bloomberg)
    • Scammers and Spammers: Inside Online Dating’s Sex Bot Con Job (Rolling Stone)
    • How the New Science of Freezing Can Save Your Life (Outside) see also The Battle Over CRISPR Could Make Or Break Some Biotech Companies (FiveThirtyEight)
    • A Traffic Cop’s Ticket Bonanza In A Poor Texas Town (Buzzfeed) see also How Police Officers Seize Cash From Innocent Americans (Priceonomics)
    • The Big Search to Find Out Where Dogs Come From (NYT)
    • Why (almost) everything you know about food is wrong (Vox)
    • The 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern Comedy (Vulture)

    LinkedIn shares drop 43% as weak forecast spooks investors:

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    Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional by Constance Brown

    Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional: Strategies and Techniques for Today's Turbulent Global Financial Markets
    by Constance Brown


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    "Now in its second decade, Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional is the number-one go-to guide for market technicians seeking to improve their market timing skills with the most up-to-date tools and techniques. This second edition provides an updated look at unique formulas and key indicators, while retaining all the foundational material that made the previous edition an instant classic.
    Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional has been enhanced and expanded to bring you fully up to date on all the essentials, including:

    • Dominant trading cycles
    • Moving averages
    • Fibonacci projections
    • Gann Analysis
    • Relative Strength Index and stochastics
    • Dominant trend lines
    • Price projections
    • Elliott Wave Principle
    • Volatility bands
    • Composite Index"

    Constance Brown's Derivative Oscillator was published in her this book. The oscillator uses a 14-period RSI . The RSI is then double smoothed with exponential moving averages . The default settings for the smoothing periods are 5 and 3. In a second step a signal line is generated from the smoothed RSI by calculating a simple moving average with a period of 9. The Derivative Oscillator is calculated as the difference between the smoothed RSI and the signal line and displayed as histogram.

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    The formula is:

    EMA(EMA(RSI(14), 5)), 3) - MVA(EMA(EMA(RSI(14), 5)), 3), 9)
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    Something to Read: Fund managers lose, Buy & Hold, How to Steal a Nomination, and more

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    • Fund managers lose out from benchmarking (FT) see also The Pitfalls of Benchmarking (A Wealth of Common Sense)
    • A Cheaper Way to Battle Recession (Bloomberg View)
    • The Amazon Tax (Stratechery)
    • Why Don’t Investors Stay True to Their Principles? Think Self-Deception (Think Advisor) see also Buy & Hold Can Be Risky, Too (Capital Spectator)
    • How Americans’ Perceptions of the Economy Have Changed in Just Three Months (Real Time Economics)
    • The Koch Brothers Have Started a New Family Office to Quietly Invest Their Fortune (Bloomberg)
    • Ouch! Name-brand prescription drug prices in the US have doubled in the last five years (Quartz)
    • DOJ’s Clear Threat to Go After Apple’s Source Code (EmptyWheel)
    • The macabre truth of gun control in the US is that toddlers kill more people than terrorists do (Guardian)
    • How to Steal a Nomination From Donald Trump (Bloomberg)


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    Something To Read: Current Investor Concerns, Oil Glut, Apple’s super-secret, and more

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    • The Market’s Response to Crisis (Reformed Broker)
    • Ray Dalio, head of the world’s largest hedge fund, explains his succession plan for Bridgewater and how its ‘radically transparent’ culture is misunderstood (Business Insider)
    • Current Investor Concerns (Fat Pitch)
    • Russ Roberts and the Quest to Make Economics Interesting (Priceonomics)
    • Driverless Bus System Showcases Future of Public Transit (Curbed), but see also Driverless cars have a new way to navigate in rain or snow (Quartz)
    • How to Squander an Oil Glut (Bloomberg Gadfly)
    • It’s the Designers’ Fault, Not Yours (Scientific American)
    • Inside Liam, Apple’s super-secret, 29-armed robot that tears down your iPhone (Mashable)
    • 7 Facts About Drugs and Addiction That Will Make You Question Everything You Know (Huffington Post)
    • What we’re doing to the Earth has no parallel in 66 million years, scientists say (Washington Post), see also Anthropogenic carbon release rate unprecedented during the past 66 million years (Nature Geoscience)

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    Something to Read: Bull Market, Anonymous Superheroes, Behemoth Black Hole, and more

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    • You Call This a Bull Market? (Bloomberg Gadfly)
    • A Robot Wants Your Job: The investor of the future may already be incubating in a computer lab. Time to adapt to survive. (Chief Investment Officer)
    • We’re running out of water, and the world’s powers are very worried (Reveal)
    • Tesla’s Real Innovation Isn’t the Electric Car: It’s the company’s business practices—and they should make a lot of industries very, very nervous. (Slate)
    • How secretive shell companies shape the U.S. real estate market (Wonkblog)
    • Big Board Aims to Keep an Upstart at Bay, but Copy Its Technology (NYT)
    • Inside the Nondescript Building Where Trillions Trade Each Day (Bloomberg)
    • Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us (Atlantic)
    • 9/11 Investigator says hijackers had help from US-based Saudis – and classified 28-page report may prove it (Raw Story)
    • Behemoth Black Hole Found in an Unlikely Place (NASA), see also The most mysterious star in the universe (TED)


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    Something to Read - Robo-Advisers, The problem with John Kasich, Pay Rules for Bankers, and more

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    • Bill Gurley: 2015 Was Peak Unicorn (Above the Crowd)
    • Morningstar: The more you pay, the less you get from funds (InvestmentNews)
    • Why the S.E.C. Didn’t Hit Goldman Sachs Harder (New Yorker), see also Why I Blew the Whistle on the SEC Investigation of Goldman Sachs (Watch the Circus)
    • For Robo-Advisers, the Next Bear Market Is Make or Break (Bloomberg)
    • Companies Wind Up in the ‘Penalty Box’ on Executive Pay (WSJ), see also Wall St. Regulators Propose Stricter Pay Rules for Bankers (NYT)
    • Your Email Marketing Sucks (Big Picture)
    • Canada to introduce legislation in 2017 to legalize sale of marijuana (Washington Post), see also Ten Quick Thoughts About Pot (Medium)
    • A geek plays darts (DataGenetics)
    • The problem with John Kasich? He’s not apocalyptic. (Washington Post)
    • 24 Outrageous Prince Stories (Vulture), see also Prince’s 40 Biggest Billboard Hits (Billboard)


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    Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional: Strategies and Techniques for Today's Turbulent Global Financial Markets

    Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional: Strategies and Techniques for Today's Turbulent Global Financial Markets
    by Constance Brown

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    "Now in its second decade, Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional is the number-one go-to guide for market technicians seeking to improve their market timing skills with the most up-to-date tools and techniques. This second edition provides an updated look at unique formulas and key indicators, while retaining all the foundational material that made the previous edition an instant classic.
    Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional has been enhanced and expanded to bring you fully up to date on all the essentials, including:

    • Dominant trading cycles
    • Moving averages
    • Fibonacci projections
    • Gann Analysis
    • Relative Strength Index and stochastics
    • Dominant trend lines
    • Price projections
    • Elliott Wave Principle
    • Volatility bands
    • Composite Index"

    Constance Brown's Derivative Oscillator was published in her this book. The oscillator uses a 14-period RSI . The RSI is then double smoothed with exponential moving averages . The default settings for the smoothing periods are 5 and 3. In a second step a signal line is generated from the smoothed RSI by calculating a simple moving average with a period of 9. The Derivative Oscillator is calculated as the difference between the smoothed RSI and the signal line and displayed as histogram.

    The formula is:

    EMA(EMA(RSI(14), 5)), 3) - MVA(EMA(EMA(RSI(14), 5)), 3), 9)

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    10 Weekend Reading - I signed an NDA, Q&A With Christine Lagarde, The Big Fake, and more

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    Uncanny Valley: I would say more, but I signed an NDA. (N+1)
    • Trumpology: A Master Class. There are five people who’ve gone deeper on The Donald than anyone else alive. We brought them together for the definitive conversation about who he really is. (Politico)
    • Q&A With Christine Lagarde: Finance’s Firefighter Wants to Be Its Architect (Bloomberg)
    • Fixing the American Commute: We blame cars for transportation woes, but can new technology turn them into saviors? (Curbed)
    • In an Age of Privilege, Not Everyone Is in the Same Boat: Companies are becoming adept at identifying wealthy customers and marketing to them, creating a money-based caste system. (NYTimes)
    • A Leak Wounded This Company. Fighting the Feds Finished It Off (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)
    • San Francisco’s long shadow The nation’s biggest housing winners and losers live only 80 miles apart (Washington Post)
    • What Caused the Great Crime Decline in the U.S.? After decades of soaring levels of homicides and drug violence, the country’s crime rate plunged dramatically over the last 25 years. (The Atlantic)
    • The Art of Larry Gagosian’s Empire (WSJ) but see also The Big Fake: Behind The Scenes Of Knoedler Gallery’s Downfall (Art News)
    • Why you shouldn’t exercise to lose weight, explained with 60+ studies (Vox)


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