Quant Blog Mashup at TheWholeStreet.com

Quant Blog Mashup at TheWholeStreet.com

September 26, 2014 Uncategorized
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(Last Updated On: September 25, 2014)

Mike has a cool concept going over at TheWholeStreet.com.

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I usually read this alongside AbnormalReturns.com  and then spend 1-2hrs a day reading various academic research websites, perusing for gold nuggets.

The website has a great list of awesome blogs, many of which I have never heard of until Mike’s site. The full list is below:

Adaptive Trader
Algo Engineer
Algorithm Zoo
Alpha Architect
Alpha Hive
Alpha Interface
Alvarez Quant Trading
Augmented Trader
Bloodhound Exchange
Blue Owl Press
Butler’s Math
Calculating Investor
CSS Analytics
CXO Advisory
Dekalog Blog
Don’t Fear the Bear
DTR Trading
Dynamic Hedge
EP Chan
Eran Raviv
Evolution Trading
Exegetic Analytics
Flirting with Models
Following the Trend
Foss Trading
Gekko Quant
Godel’s Market
Intelligent Trading Tech
Jay on the Markets
Jonathan Kinlay
Kyle Balkissoon
Market Compass
Market Fade
Math Trading
Mathematical Investor
Meb Faber
Mechanical Forex
Millennial Invest
NAS Trading
Nautilus Research
Only VIX
Optimal Momentum
Overnight Edges
Oxford Capital
Portfolio Heuristics
Portfolio Probe
Quant at Risk
Quant Connect
Quant Start
Quantifiable Edges
Quantified Strategies
QuantStrat TradeR
R Trader
RB Research
RRSP Strategy
Sanz Prophet
Scarce Capital
Scott’s Investments
Six Figure Investing
Statistical Trader
Stock Trader’s Almanac
Stuart Reid
System Trader Success
Systematic Edge
Systematic Investor
Systematic Relative Strength
Systematic Trader
Theta Trend
Timely Portfolio
Tom Starke
Trader Edge
Trading the Odds
Trading Volatility
Trading with Python
Troy Shu
UK Stock Market Almanac
Volatility Fighter
Volatility Made Simple
Wisdom Trading


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After serving as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps, Dr. Gray received a PhD, and was a finance professor at Drexel University. Dr. Gray’s interest in entrepreneurship and behavioral finance led him to found Alpha Architect. Dr. Gray has published three books: EMBEDDED: A Marine Corps Adviser Inside the Iraqi Army, QUANTITATIVE VALUE: A Practitioner’s Guide to Automating Intelligent Investment and Eliminating Behavioral Errors, and DIY FINANCIAL ADVISOR: A Simple Solution to Build and Protect Your Wealth. His numerous published works has been highlighted on CBNC, CNN, NPR, Motley Fool, WSJ Market Watch, CFA Institute, Institutional Investor, and CBS News. Dr. Gray earned an MBA and a PhD in finance from the University of Chicago and graduated magna cum laude with a BS from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

  • IlyaKipnis

    Dr. Gray,

    One of those blogs is mine (quantStrat TradeR–as I’m purely an R coder). Thanks for the shoutout. Quite a few of those are no longer active and I wish the site got pruned a bit more. In any case, I strive to let the readers be able to replicate the majority (if not all) my results (depending on if I run the strategy to a static day or to a present day at the time of writing, which would have slightly differing results depending on the day it’s run).

    I’ve also come across your site a couple of times. I remember there being an asset allocation paper that dealt with momentum, relative momentum, and some other factors, but I’d need to take a closer look.



  • Great. I’ll have one of my analysts prune through the list.

    We’ve covered many papers related to tactical asset allocation: http://www.alphaarchitect.com/category/asset-allocation-research/

    If you run across interesting ideas, please share