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Real Name: Mark Jeavons

Occupation: Analyst, Consultant, Entrepreneur, Financial Trainer, Market Professional, Newsletter Writer, Private Investor, Publisher, Trader

Interests: Bonds, Commodities, Derivatives, Economics, Emerging Markets, European Markets, Forex, Funds, Geopolitics, Gold, Interest Rates, International Stocks, Oil, Property, Stocks, US Market

Location: London

About Me:

I am currently a senior investment analyst and economist for one of the largest asset managers in the world. I provide insight and advice on investments, the economy, risk management and asset allocation to corporate clients globally. My medium and long term views are used in both investment advisory and delegated consulting services, which invest in hundreds of billions of pounds of assets. I also directly contribute to tactical investment advice through the asset allocation team, which directly allocates a few billion in assets. I have a Masters in Economics and a Masters in Statistics. In my spare time, I manage large family funds (including my own personal funds), which invest across a broad range of assets, including equities. While my role as an analyst focuses on top-down analysis across a global set of asset classes, I have successfully applied my quantitative skills and decades of investment experience to bottom-up analysis of stocks and shares using an investment system I designed. This has helped me build a portfolio that provides significant income and growth.



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Looks fairly similar to the trending screen that I use: http://www.stockopedia.com/screens/trending-191657/ I like to use multiple moving averages (simllar to Guppy MAs) as part of my trading / investing routine, combined with fundamental analysis. This screen picks up stocks in a strong trend and has an option to select the market of interest (setup as FTSE 100 as the default). Reading Minvernini's book I am…

Nice article. It would be really useful to be able to see the history of the stock ranks; maybe when you hover your mouse over the score? Is this a feature that is going to be added at some point? (Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think that is readily available at the moment). Mark

I posted some comments on the Globo article that Simon Thompson put out at the time raising a number of red flags that should warn off most investors. This led to an email exchange with Simon and he got a bit upset after a while. I must have annoyed him as he removed the comments I wrote. Today's article by Simon mentions that he is…

It's a really interesting question and comes down to whether you can trust the numbers presented. It also shows why qualitative analysis alongside quantitative analysis is so important. Removing foreign owned companies from consideration in untrustworthy regions is an effecitve way to remove most companies that could go to zero due to fraud. I also like to see a dividend paid and I remove companies…

Hi Ben, The index numbers you are quoting are based on price indices and therefore ignore the dividends. In fact, index returns are in low positive digits. I suspect this means that you are calculating the strategy perfomance excluding dividends as well, so that they are comparable. The return calculations should really include the dividends as well as this is the true return. Income strategies…


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