A back of envelope calculation of dealing with draw-downs more effectively …

Further to our study of mi50 performance since 2008 (https://weekendinvesting.wordpress.com/2016/09/05/an-eye-opening-exercise-looking-back-in-the-past/), lets see if adding capital in draw down years helped us. Say we had 200 Rupees on Jan 1 2008. We deployed 100 in mi50 and a 100 in fixed income. Case I : If we assume no taxes world, Rs 100 deployed in 2008 Jan would have … Continue reading A back of envelope calculation of dealing with draw-downs more effectively …

A tested momentum strategy by zacks.com

It has been about two decades since academics identified a "momentum effect" in stock markets. Momentum is basically the tendency of winning stocks (i.e. stocks that have outperformed the market in recent times) to keep winning and losing stocks to keep losing. At the core, momentum investing calls for investors to "Buy High, Sell Higher." … Continue reading A tested momentum strategy by zacks.com