Our proprietary alpha investment model outperforms most stock market indices such as S&P 500, Dow Jones, and Nasdaq.

Andy Yeh Alpha

2019-02-01 15:35:00 Fri ET

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.

A complete model description is available on our AYA fintech network platform.

Our U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) patent publication is available on the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) official website.

Every freemium member can sign up for free to check out our proprietary alpha signals on our AYA fintech network platform.

Each freemium member can thus learn from these proprietary alpha signals over time.

The proprietary alpha investment model estimates long-term average abnormal returns for U.S. individual stocks and then ranks these stocks in accordance with their dynamic conditional alpha signals.

Several virtual members follow these dynamic conditional alpha signals to trade U.S. stocks on our AYA fintech network platform.

 

Sign up for free to learn more about our proprietary alpha signals for U.S. stocks, economic trends, investment memes, and personal finance tips.

Our free podcasts and blog posts cover the latest stock market issues.

AYA is the new Facebook for stock market investors.

 

For convenient review, we list the U.S. stock portfolio positions for these virtual members on our AYA fintech network platform:

  1. Peter Prince trades U.S. stocks with the top #401 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  2. Jacob Miramar trades U.S. stocks with the top #376 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  3. James Campbell trades U.S. stocks with the top #351 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  4. Jonah Whanau trades U.S. stocks with the top #326 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  5. Joseph Corr trades U.S. stocks with the top #301 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  6. John Fourier trades U.S. stocks with the top #276 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  7. Fiona Sydney trades U.S. stocks with the top #251 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  8. Apple Boston trades U.S. stocks with the top #226 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  9. Rose Prince trades U.S. stocks with the top #201 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  10. Olivia London trades U.S. stocks with the top #176 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  11. Becky Berkman trades U.S. stocks with the top #151 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  12. Monica McNeil trades U.S. stocks with the top #126 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  13. Dan Rochefort trades U.S. stocks with the top #101 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  14. Daisy Harvey trades U.S. stocks with the top #76 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  15. Laura Hermes trades U.S. stocks with the top #51 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  16. Charlene Vos trades U.S. stocks with the top #26 to #500 positive alpha signals;
  17. Chanel Holden trades U.S. stocks with the top #1 to #500 positive alpha signals.

 

 

We track the stock prices and returns for the recent 2-year period from early-February 2017 to early-February 2019.

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 8.5% net overall return per annum (NORPA) while Dow Jones and Nasdaq generate 11.6%-13.4% NORPAs.

MSCI stock market benchmarks deliver 2.5%-8.9% NORPAs (MSCI USA, MSCI World, MSCI Europe, and MSCI Asia).

With our proprietary alpha investment model, all of our virtual members from Chanel Holden and Charlene Vos to Jonah Whanau and Joseph Corr outperform the S&P 500 and MSCI stock market benchmarks with 10.3%-21.9% NORPAs (cf. the above tabular results for all net overall returns per annum (NORPAs)).

In fact, 12 of the 17 virtual stock portfolios deliver higher NORPAs than Dow Jones; and 9 of the 17 virtual stock portfolios yield higher NORPAs than Nasdaq.

The recent double-digits model performance corroborates the scientific fact that our proprietary alpha investment model outperforms almost all of the major stock market benchmarks.

 

Sign up for free to learn more about our proprietary alpha signals for U.S. stocks, economic trends, investment memes, and personal finance tips.

Our free podcasts and blog posts cover the latest stock market issues.

AYA is the new Facebook for stock market investors.

 

Our recent research suggests that the proprietary alpha investment model captures dynamism in several fundamental factors such as size, value, momentum, asset growth, operating profitability, and market risk exposure (cf. Fama-French fundamental factors).

Also, the empirical evidence indicates substantial mutual causation between macroeconomic innovations and dynamic conditional alphas.

This causal relation serves as a core qualifying condition for fundamental factor selection in our modern asset pricing model design and performance evaluation.

 

In conclusion, we help demystify the pervasive misconception that it is often difficult for individual investors to beat the long-term average 11% stock market return.

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.

A complete model description is available on our AYA fintech network platform.

Our U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) patent publication is available on the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) website.

Every freemium member can sign up for free to check out our proprietary alpha signals on our AYA fintech network platform.

Each freemium member can thus learn from these proprietary alpha signals over time.

 

AYA fintech network platform serves as the social toolkit for profitable stock investment management.

AYA is the new stock market Facebook that helps promote better financial literacy, freedom, and inclusion of the global general public.

We empower investors through technology, education, and social integration.

 

Sign up for free to learn more about our proprietary alpha signals for U.S. stocks, economic trends, investment memes, and personal finance tips.

Our free podcasts and blog posts cover the latest stock market issues.

AYA is the new Facebook for stock market investors.

 

 

Andy Yeh

Andy Yeh Alpha (AYA) fintech network platform founder

Brass Ring International Density Enterprise (BRIDE)

 


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