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0 Replies and 1606 Views New Statistics Feature    1606  0 Started by  timvdh It is now possible to get more insight into the selection algorithm. Check the new statistics page: www.aivest.com/Statistics This lists the probability of all stocks selectable by the aivest optimizer. The list is being updated on a daily basis. You may also check if a certain stock is present in the list by using the filter under the name heading. In general the top 1500 stocks (worldwide) ranked by market capitalization are supposed to be contained in the list. Due t...
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02 Aug 2017 06:56 PM
0 Replies and 1684 Views Will the portfolio suggestions for all users look alike?  1684  0 Started by  timvdh The aivest portfolio is an individual suggestion for you - nobody else will receive that same portfolio suggestion, although the logic used to create all portfolios is identical. Even for the same investment amount and currency entered at the same time varying portfolio suggestions will result. Like trees in a tree nursery the portfolios will show many similarities but will be quiet different if one takes a closer look.
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24 Jan 2016 08:15 PM
0 Replies and 1707 Views How do I create a portfolio?  1707  0 Started by  timvdh aivest will only suggest a portfolio, i.e. certain amounts of certain stocks, that you may then actually buy through your broker. You only have to enter a target amount and the currency you would like to use. The target amount does not include transaction costs, i.e. when you enter '5000 USD' as a target amount, then a portfolio worth about 5000 USD will be constructed by the optimizer. However, since you need to pay fees to brokers, exchanges etc. to order stocks, your total investment wi...
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24 Jan 2016 08:06 PM
0 Replies and 1850 Views How does aivest construct portfolios?  1850  0 Started by  timvdh aivest constructs globally diversified minimum variance portfolios. The aim is to construct a portfolio, that yields a similar return as a global stock index at a similar risk, but with a much smaller subset of stocks (i.e. while a global stock index contains thousands of different stocks, a typical aivest portfolio will only contain about 15 different stocks). Harry Markowitz published the basics of the quantitative analysis used by aivest in 1952 and received the Nobel Memorial Prize in Eco...
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21 Jan 2016 09:12 PM
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