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    [2004] Benjamin Van Vliet - Modeling Financial Markets Using Visual Basic.Net

    Benjamin Van Vliet - Modeling Financial Markets Using Visual Basic.Net & Databases.pdf (5.27 MB)

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    {2017} Pim van Vliet, Jan de Koning {High Returns from Low Risk}

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    For generations investors have believed that risk and return are inseparable. But is this really true? In High Returns from Low Risk, Pim van Vliet, founder and fund manager of multi-billion Conservative Equity funds at Robeco and expert in the field of low-risk investing, combines the latest research with stock market data going back to 1929 to prove that investing in low-risk stocks gives surprisingly high returns, significantly better than those generated by high-risk stocks.

    Together with investment specialist Jan de Koning, he presents this counterintuitive story as a modern upbeat stock market equivalent of ‘the tortoise and the hare’. This book helps you to construct your own low-risk portfolio, select the right ETF or to find an active low-risk fund in order to profit from this paradox. And it explains why investing in low-risk stocks works and will continue to work, even once more people become aware of the paradox. It’s also a personal story, one that links our human nature and behavior to a prudent and successful investment formula. High Returns from Low Risk gives all the tools one needs to achieve excellent, long-term investment results.

    "I loved reading the book. It’s educational, humble, funny and philosophical; quite rare attributes for a financial book. In today's world where individuals will have to take more and more responsibility for their savings, this book serves a need: providing sound and pragmatic advice about how to manage one’s savings. Furthermore, this book puts forward an inconvenient truth about investment that is close to my heart: more risk doesn’t necessarily mean more return. On the contrary, it is sound and pro-active risk management that permits investment portfolios to have sustainable long-term returns" Fiona Frick, CEO Unigestion, Switzerland

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    Why Many Of Our Backtest {EA} Failed In Live?
    Because
    On Backtest We Test EA With Tick Data {Duckascopy Data=Symbol_Date_Time_Price_Volume}
    BUT
    On Real We Trade With ask/bid Data{Broker Real Data=Symbol_Date_Time_Type_Price_Volume_Bid Price_Bid Size_Ask Price_Ask Size}
    Also
    Our Broker Have Not Same Data Quality{Duckascopy Data Quality}


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    Does this upload belonging to the van Vliet book uploaded from bonnie ?

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