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There seems to be plenty of software for small businesses that will be compliant with MTD requirements. But I can't find any for people receiving significant investment income (outside of pensions). Can anyone point me towards possibly relevant software?

Would it be possible for Stockpedia website managers to set up a Random choice screen? That is, one where stocks were included on the basis of a randomised choice, which was revised every n months? This could provide another comparator, in addition to various stock market indices. It is possible that random choice based portfolios could sometimes do better than index trackers or active managed…

Has anyone tried analysing the performance of their stock portfolio using Decision Tree algorithms? Decision Tree algorithms are available in open source packages like RapidMiner, and can be used to develop and test prediction models.For example, models of what kinds of stock are associated with what level of performance outcome, as defined by the presence/absence of a given set of attributes. For example, the attributes…



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What concerns me about the Stock Ranks measure is what appears to be their day to day volatility. Are the graphs above based on an annual average stock rank for any stock or a stock rank measure taken at a particular point in time? As an individual investor, I don't have access to the former but I do have limited access to the latter i.e…

It is essentially one and the same idea. But its not about having a laugh at those who think they are better stockpickers than others, it is a serious proposal. A random choice screen would provide a genuine baseline/comparator against which the performance of all other screens could and should be compared, including index tracking based screens


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