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Using the ABR index comparison tool we were able to compare the average return, standard deviation, sharpe, and max drawdown for different types of portfolios. We used a core portfolio which contained a different percentage makeup of bonds and equities and also volatility which is made up of both long and short volatility. With this post, we specifically look into two of the data points where the short and long term volatility levels are equal...
Bitcoin has become very popular over the past decade as a method to exchange money, but also to benefit from the volatility of the coin’s price. In recent years the Lightning Network was created as a more efficient way for users to exchange money on a smaller scale with anyone in the world in a matter of seconds. In order for the network to become more useful in the future, it would be vital for...
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What are the differences between a royalty company and an operating (driller or miner) company? Royalty and streaming companies essentially loan large amounts of money to the operating company who does the physical drilling and mining of the precious metal in return for a portion of future production or revenue. Typically there are three different types of royalties these companies use which include: Net Smelter Royalty, Streaming Royalty, and Net profits Royalty. A Net Smelter...
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To help plan for the costs and potential benefits of education, we used four different plans which include a no college plan, an in-state public college plan, an out-of-state public college plan, and a private school college plan. The goal was to summarize the estimated total costs per year, estimated total earnings until retirement, and the cumulative savings when invested to then compare each of these final numbers and evaluate the best possible plan for...
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This post is meant as a primer for Bitcoin. We wish you good fortune on your trip down the rabbit hole of Bitcoin.
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Sir Thomas Gresham was a financier in the 1500’s in England. Gresham had noticed that King Henry the VIII had replaced the silver in the British Shilling with base metals.