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Andy Yeh Alpha

2023-12-25 08:33:00 Mon ET

AYA fintech network platform provides proprietary alpha stock signals and personal finance tools.

As of early-January 2023, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has approved our U.S. utility patent application: Algorithmic system for dynamic conditional asset return prediction and fintech network platform automation.

On 4 March 2021, we filed a U.S. patent continuation application (Application Number: #17192059; Publication Number: US20210192628) with a new set of claims in accordance with the April 2017 initial application (Application Number: #15480765; Publication Number: US20180293656).

We went through many USPTO office actions, rejections, failures, setbacks, and other technical obstacles. Eventually, our patent efforts came to fruition in time. We paid the USPTO maintenance fees to secure our patent protection and accreditation for 20 years.


In recent times, we have completed our fresh website update: https://ayafintech.network

This update includes new product features such as the personal stock investment vitae, free access to our social network platform, virtual stock market game with real-time stock prices, several leaderboards for our virtual investors, and a rich library of ebooks, analytic reports, research articles, and many more.

Each freemium member trades top 6,000+ U.S. stocks with $1 million virtual token talents, updates his or her personal stock investment vitae with the most profitable stock positions, and pays some small annual fee to access our premium electronic resources.


Our homepage now offers a free stock search tool for the top tech titans Meta, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon (MAMGA).

The premium membership classes offer all kinds of features and benefits such as top 6,000+ U.S. proprietary alpha stock signals, personal finance tools, ebooks, analytic reports, and research articles etc.

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Each alpha stock signal represents an excess return to a smart beta stock investment portfolio strategy.

For instance, a 10% alpha suggests that we would predict the excess return to be about 10% relative to the smart beta market portfolio for a given stock with zero beta exposure to the 6 Fama-French fundamental factors such as size, value, momentum, asset growth, operating profitability, and market risk exposure.

Each prospective premium member can make his or her credit card payment via the secure PayPal payment gateway.


Our proprietary alpha investment model outperforms the major stock market benchmarks such as S&P 500, MSCI, Dow Jones, and Nasdaq.

We implement our proprietary alpha investment model for positive U.S. stock signals.

We track the stock prices and returns for the recent 6-year period from early-February 2017 to early-February 2023.

This data span allows us to conduct an out-of-sample test to assess our proprietary alpha investment model performance in comparison to the major stock market benchmarks such as S&P 500, MSCI, Dow Jones, and Nasdaq etc.

S&P 500 yields an 12% net overall return per annum (NORPA) while Dow Jones and Nasdaq generate 12%-17% NORPAs.

MSCI stock market benchmarks deliver 5%-13% NORPAs (MSCI USA, MSCI World, MSCI Europe, and MSCI Asia).

With our proprietary alpha investment model, all of our virtual stock market portfolios outperform the S&P 500 and MSCI stock market benchmarks with 18%-21% NORPAs.

In fact, all of the 17 virtual stock portfolios deliver higher NORPAs than Dow Jones, Nasdaq, S&P 500, and MSCI stock market index returns.

The signal-to-noise ratio or Sharpe ratio of average asset return to standard deviation in most market indices and benchmark portfolios (such as S&P 500, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, MSCI World, MSCI USA, MSCI Europe, and MSCI Asia etc) is 0.35 to 0.55 with 10% average returns and 18%-30% standard deviations; the vast majority of static Fama-French asset return models produce maximum Sharpe ratios in the range of 0.65 to 0.75; whereas, our algorithmic alpha investment system produces the Sharpe ratio of at least 1.675 with 20%-30% average returns and 12%-16% standard deviations.

Our U.S. utility patent specification provides more technical details on both the competitive advantages and distinctive capabilities of our algorithmic cloud system for dynamic conditional asset return prediction and fintech network platform automation.

The recent double-digits model performance corroborates the scientific fact that our proprietary alpha investment model outperforms the major stock market benchmarks: https://ayafintech.network/blog/our-proprietary-alpha-investment-model-outperforms-most-stock-market-benchmarks-february-2023/ 


We provide fresh economic insights into world growth, inflation, trade, finance, technology, government intervention, ESG work capitalism, and fiscal-monetary policy coordination.

In recent times, we wrote and published 14 blog articles on a wide variety of economic topics.


We provide fresh economic insights into world growth, inflation, trade, finance, technology, climate change, environmental biodiversity protection, labor-led social harmonization, corporate governance, ESG woke capitalism, government intervention, financial innovation, and fiscal-monetary policy coordination etc.


Government intervention continues to be a major influence over global trade, finance, and technology.



Trade liberalization has promoted better economic growth and efficiency worldwide.



The bank-credit-card model and fintech platforms have adapted well to the recent digitization of cashless finance.



What are the top global risks in trade, finance, and technology (as of mid-2023)?



The Biden Inflation Reduction Act is central to modern world capitalism.



The U.S. further derisks and decouples from China.



Bank failure resolution and financial risk management: Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and First Republic Bank



American federalism and domestic institutional arrangements



Economic policy incrementalism for better fiscal-monetary policy coordination



International trade, immigration, and elite-mass conflict



Tax policy pluralism for addressing special interests



There is significant mutual causation between macroeconomic innovations and stock market alphas.



Bank leverage and capital bias adjustment through the macroeconomic cycle



Better corporate ownership governance through world convergence toward the Berle-Means stock ownership dispersion




Our blog articles provide the collective wisdom of eminent economists for better stock market investment, macrofinancial asset return prediction, and economic policy coordination.

In our new book, we summarize the top 40 titles in the modern economic science from 2000 to 2023. These 40 book summaries offer the collective wisdom of eminent economists for better stock market investment, macrofinancial asset return prediction, and economic policy coordination. In due course, we continue to update this macro knowledge reservoir from year to year.


Michel De Vroey delves into the global history of macroeconomic theories from real business cycles to persistent monetary effects.



Eric Posner and Glen Weyl propose radical reforms to resolve key market design problems for better democracy and globalization.



Mark Granovetter follows the key principles of modern economic sociology to analyze social relations and economic phenomena.



Basic income reforms can contribute to better health care, infrastructure, education, technology, and residential protection.



Former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King provides his deep substantive analysis of the Global Financial Crisis of 2008-2009.



Several feasible near-term reforms can substantially narrow the scope for global tax avoidance by closing information loopholes.



Barry Eichengreen compares the Great Depression of the 1930s and the Great Recession as historical episodes of economic woes.



The Federal Reserve System conducts monetary policy decisions, interest rate adjustments, and inter-bank payment operations.



Timothy Geithner shares his reflections on the post-crisis macro financial stress tests for U.S. banks.



Calomiris and Haber delve into the comparative analysis of bank crises and politics in America, Britain, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil.



Angus Deaton analyzes the correlation between health and wealth in light of the economic origins of inequality worldwide.



Peter Schuck analyzes U.S. government failures and structural problems in light of both institutions and incentives.



William Easterly critiques several economic development policies and then indicates that bottom-up solutions often result in macro policy success in spite of nation states.



Paul Samuelson defines the mathematical evolution of price theory and then influences many economists in business cycle theory and macro asset management.



Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld suggest that relatively successful ethnic groups exhibit common cultural traits in America.



Thomas Piketty connects the dots between economic growth and inequality worldwide with long-term global empirical evidence.



Anat Admati and Martin Hellwig raise broad critical issues about bank capital regulation and asset market stabilization.



Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson show that good inclusive institutions contribute to better long-run economic growth.



Michael Sandel analyzes what money cannot buy in stark contrast to the free market ideology of capitalism.



Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff analyze long-run crisis data to find the root causes of financial crises for better bank capital regulation and asset market stabilization.



Louis Kaplow strives to find a delicate balance between efficiency gains and redistributive taxes in the social welfare function.



Ray Fair applies his macroeconometric model to study the central features of the U.S. macroeconomy such as price stability and full employment in the dual mandate.



Joseph Stiglitz and Andrew Charlton suggest that free trade helps promote better economic development worldwide.



Lucian Bebchuk and Jesse Fried critique that executive pay often cannot help explain the stock return and operational performance of most corporations.



Oxford macro professor Stephen Nickell and his co-authors delve into the trade-off between inflation and unemployment in the dual mandate of price stability and maximum employment.



Peter Isard analyzes the proper economic policy reforms and root causes of global financial crises of the 1990s and 2008-2009.



Steven Shavell presents his economic analysis of law in terms of the economic outcomes of both legal doctrines and institutions.



Jared Diamond delves into how some societies fail, succeed, and revive in global human history.



Michael Woodford provides the theoretical foundations of monetary policy rules in ever more efficient financial markets.



Colin Camerer, George Loewenstein, and Matthew Rabin assess the recent advances in the behavioral economic science.



Jordi Gali delves into the science of the New Keynesian monetary policy framework with economic output and inflation stabilization.



Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson show a constant economic tussle between society and the state in the hot pursuit of liberty.



Thomas Philippon draws attention to greater antitrust scrutiny in light of the rise of market power and its economic ripple effects.



Jonathan Baker frames the current debate over antitrust merger review and enforcement in America.



Walter Scheidel indicates that persistent European fragmentation after the collapse of the Roman Empire leads to modern economic growth and development.



Paul Morland suggests that demographic changes lead to modern economic growth in the current world.



Joel Mokyr suggests that economic growth arises from a change in cultural beliefs toward technological progress.



Thomas Sowell argues that some economic reforms inadvertently exacerbate economic disparities.



Nobel Laureate Paul Milgrom explains the U.S. incentive auction of wireless spectrum allocation from TV broadcasters to telecoms.



David Colander and Craig Freedman argue that economics went wrong when there was no neoclassical firewall between economic theories and policy reforms.



Kind regards.


Andy Yeh Alpha

AYA fintech network platform founder



This analytic essay cannot constitute any form of financial advice, analyst opinion, recommendation, or endorsement. We refrain from engaging in financial advisory services, and we seek to offer our analytic insights into the latest economic trends, stock market topics, investment memes, personal finance tools, and other self-help inspirations. Our proprietary alpha investment algorithmic system helps enrich our AYA fintech network platform as a new social community for stock market investors: https://ayafintech.network.

We share and circulate these informative posts and essays with hyperlinks through our blogs, podcasts, emails, social media channels, and patent specifications. Our goal is to help promote better financial literacy, inclusion, and freedom of the global general public. While we make a conscious effort to optimize our global reach, this optimization retains our current focus on the American stock market.

This free ebook, AYA Analytica, shares new economic insights, investment memes, and stock portfolio strategies through both blog posts and patent specifications on our AYA fintech network platform. AYA fintech network platform is every investor's social toolkit for profitable investment management. We can help empower stock market investors through technology, education, and social integration.

We hope you enjoy the substantive content of this essay! AYA!


Andy Yeh

Chief Financial Architect (CFA) and Financial Risk Manager (FRM)

Brass Ring International Density Enterprise (BRIDE) © 



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It took us 20+ years to design a new profitable algorithmic asset investment model and its attendant proprietary software technology with fintech patent protection in 2+ years. AYA fintech network platform serves as everyone's first aid for his or her personal stock investment portfolio. Our proprietary software technology allows each investor to leverage fintech intelligence and information without exorbitant time commitment. Our dynamic conditional alpha analysis boosts the typical win rate from 70% to 90%+.

Our new alpha model empowers members to be a wiser stock market investor with profitable alpha signals! The proprietary quantitative analysis applies the collective wisdom of Warren Buffett, George Soros, Carl Icahn, Mark Cuban, Tony Robbins, and Nobel Laureates in finance such as Robert Engle, Eugene Fama, Lars Hansen, Robert Lucas, Robert Merton, Edward Prescott, Thomas Sargent, William Sharpe, Robert Shiller, and Christopher Sims.


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