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Make a Resolution That Counts
Frank Kaberna01/04/2021

Make a Resolution That Counts

In 2021, why not abandon plans for physical improvement that will be abandoned by February anyway? Save yourself the sadness of that stationary bike you paid...

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While We Wait for Stocks to Move
Frank Kaberna12/14/2020

While We Wait for Stocks to Move

Neilsen accounts for most of this growth in the sector of screen usage defined by app/web on a smartphone, of which trading platform usage is a subsector. So...

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Animal Spirits at Stock Market Highs
Frank Kaberna11/30/2020

Animal Spirits at Stock Market Highs

The phenomenon known as “positive drift” dictates that stocks move higher more often than not (+0.05% average daily move in Small Stocks 75 (SM75) vs 0%...

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Are Energy Stocks Cool Again?
Frank Kaberna11/16/2020

Are Energy Stocks Cool Again?

What do energy stocks, Steely Dan, and crocs have in common? They all were once considered trendy, fell out of fashion, and have recently made a second run at...

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Will Euro Reach Parity with US Dollar?
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The Small Exchange06/30/2022

Will Euro Reach Parity with US Dollar?

Currencies are known to be less volatile assets than stocks or commodities, but the euro currently rests in a quite precarious position relative to the US...

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Why Do Futures Exist?
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The Small Exchange06/29/2022

Why Do Futures Exist?

Futures trading is primarily done with a short-term time horizon in mind, as derivatives traders use their leverage to enhance returns on strategies like day...

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Interest Rate Futures: Eurodollar vs Treasury
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The Small Exchange06/28/2022

Interest Rate Futures: Eurodollar vs Treasury

Eurodollar futures present one of the most popular benchmarks for short-term interest rates, and they're currently showing an inversion. Frank helps define...

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