Real Estate Guru Rick Otton to Hold 3 Day Bootcamp on Queensland Gold Coast

Real Estate Guru Rick Otton to Hold 3 Day Bootcamp on Queensland Gold Coast
News from Virtual-Strategy Magazine:

Considered by many to be one of the most creative real estate investment coaches in the world, Australia Rick Otton has announced his first local real estate seminar for the year will be held on Queensland’s Gold Coast in April 2012.

(PRWEB) March 15, 2012

Australia has weathered the global economic downturn well, a fact that has not been lost on the property investors of the world. It is expected that both local and international delegates will attend the first local Rick Otton Bootcamp for 2012, bringing with them a thirst to learn the creative real estate strategies for which Otton is known.

Most of those who register to attend the 3 Day No Money Down Bootcamp will, not surprisingly, be Australians wanting to master the innovative real estate investment techniques that have made Rick Otton an icon in the property world. However, Mr Otton has revealed that there is growing interests from overseas investors as well.

“Australia is rightly seen as a stable economy, one in which real estate investing is perceived as safe” explained Mr Otton. “The economic climate in the US and Europe is viewed by many…………… continues on Virtual-Strategy Magazine

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‘Pay Attention to Behavioral Investment Strategy’, Investors Told
News from aiCIO:

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 1:25:06 PM

Disposition and over-confidence effects are important factors contributing to the fact that momentum strategies work only in longer formation and holding periods.

(March 14, 2012) — Behavioral investment strategy is important, with momentum investment tending to work better in periods longer than six months, a recently published paper asserts. 

The paper titled “Behavioral Investment Strategy Matters: A Statistical Arbitrage Approach” notes that momentum strategies – derived from buying stocks or other securities that have had high returns over the past three to twelve months –  work only during a longer time-horizon.

According to the paper — co-authored by David S. Sun of Kainan University, Shih-Chuan Tsai of National Taiwan Normal University, and Wei Wang from the School of Economics – Jhe Jiang University — disposition and over-confidence effects are important factors contributing to the phenomenon. The paper employed the concept of statistical arbitrage — techniques designed to profit from pricing inefficiencies between securities —  to analyze the momentum phenomenon in the Taiwan market.

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