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Michael Bigger is an investor and a trader who has been involved with trading technologies for more than twenty years. In 1992, Michael joined Citibank as head trader of U.S. single-stock derivatives, where he managed a $5 billion portfolio of equity derivatives. In 1998, he joined D.E. Shaw & Co., L.P. to trade the U.S. equity derivatives portfolio. (More)

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Monday
Nov192012

Early Holiday Gift to Our Math Geeks

Thank you to everyone who attended our webinar last week and watched the replay. We had record numbers of viewers, so we know a lot of you are interested in learning more about statistical arbitrage spread trading.  If you are looking at candidates and having trouble finding any that are cointegrated, we are giving out an early holiday gift! Follow this link to find a sample scan with many cointegrated spreads.  In fact, there are so many, you will probably wonder how to narrow down the list.  In that case, here are two videos that will help you identify profitable spread candidates in this scan. Enjoy!
 
Don't forget to send us your candidates on twitter using the "Tweet" button on Spread Analyzer.
 
Here is an updated free scan for 1/11/2013 
 
Michael Bigger (@biggercapital). Follow me on twitter and StockTwits.
Jen Galperin (@slimshappy).  Follow me on twitter and StockTwits.
   
P.S. Here are Jennifer's tweet about her favorite candidates : I tweeted today some of the trading candidates that I found from the scan Michael circulated on the blog. If you are interested, take a look and let me know which ones you like. My favorite is probably $USO $OIL. my candidates
 
 
 

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