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151 Estrategias de Trading (151 Trading Strategies)

@article{Kakushadze2019151ED,
  title={151 Estrategias de Trading (151 Trading Strategies)},
  author={Zurab Kakushadze and Juan A. Serur},
  journal={Mutual Funds},
  year={2019}
}
This book, which is in Spanish, provides detailed descriptions, including over 550 mathematical formulas, for over 150 trading strategies across a host of asset classes (and trading styles). This includes stocks, options, fixed income, futures, ETFs, indexes, commodities, foreign exchange, convertibles, structured assets, volatility (as an asset class), real estate, distressed assets, cash, cryptocurrencies, miscellany (such as weather, energy, inflation), global macro, infrastructure, and tax… Expand

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