Scott's Investments is a refreshingly on-point blog about a multitude of trading strategies and investment ideas centered around some of the broader topics covered in Mebane Faber's book, "The Ivy Portfolio".
For too long quantitative trading has been viewed as being the sole property of academics with high speed computers, a subject divorced from mainstream investing, enjoying no support from industry insiders and investors alike. Faber's book, and Scott Oyen's passion for sharing research on this subject, has brought this former esoteric investment style into the public realm of mainstream investing, aided by the advent of ETFs as the perfect vehicle for exploiting quantitative trading ideas. This blog is important enough to me that I find something new in it everyday, an article or one of a multitude of portfolios that is tracked, where I come away having learned something that I can use, as opposed to useless buy and sell recommendations from faceless brokerages or blather about Warren Buffett's past investment victories.
I highly recommend that if one is serious about no-nonsense trading research on topics such as momentum and relative strength, and how to stay in harmony with what the market is saying, look no further than Scott's Investments and the myriad of related information that Scott tirelessly provides, all owing to his passion for free and open sharing of cutting edge investing ideas for the professional and non-professional investor alike.
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