We ran a run last night, both of our dividend paying stocks (one form of validation) and of all stocks (regardless of dividend).
We ended up with 7 stocks held in two portfolios. A few insights:
We are starting to see greater consistency in our stock runs, and starting to better understand what the model is trying to tell us. It is picking stocks that have a diversified mix of characteristics. Some are high BETA and move quickly, while others trade in a stable range. It likes stocks that zig and zag, with offsetting moves. It also tends to pick winners.
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President, US Advanced Computing Infrastructure, Inc.
Recorded a 2021 Week 1 market wrap. I plan to do this every Friday after markets close.
We discuss the big moves in the market (macro), and our very small portfolio built with picks from the Chicago Quantum Net Score.
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This morning we made an Ask Me Anything (AMA) video with a corporate update. We quickly move into how we advance our stock market analysis using our quantum algorithm. We use both classical and quantum analysis.
We intended to give a corporate update and AMA, but then disclose our latest stock pick and how it works. We discuss how 'the book' works to know bid and ask volume and prices (Level 2) to help inform when to buy and sell a stock, and what happens with good companies and low trading volumes. We discuss the four stocks chosen in the portfolio and make a stock chart.
We run this model with three enhancements: 1) we add particle swarm optimization as a new solver (classical). 2) We add another stock exchange (NASDAQ Global Market (SM)). 3) We can now filter for dividend payers in the past year (and likely other 'validations' based on client demand).
All stocks analyzed (from NYSE, NYSEAmerican, NASDAQ Global Select Market (SM) and NASDAQ Global Market (SM) have paid a dividend in the past year. We start with 3,569 stocks. After validation we have 1,755 US common stocks, and all stocks have 252 trading days of data. All stocks have BETA > 0, adjusted close prices > 0, and continuous trading data for the past year. We exclude ETFs, bonds (hope we caught them all), preferred stocks, trusts, funds, and stocks that are not US common stocks.
Our CQNS model picks a portfolio with 4 stocks (effective today's market open).
D.R. Horton, Inc, $DHI
Consumer Cyclical - they make and sell houses
Kelly Services, Inc. $KELYB
Workforce and employment solutions
Silgan Holdings Inc. $SLGN, 13,200 employees
Manufacture and sell rigid consumer packaging & (industrial and chemical applications too):
Metal, closures, plastics
Wipro Limited $WIT
Indian Information Services provider with 185K employees, providing services globally.
The CQNS portfolio has equal weight to each stock (25% in each stock).
Jan 4, 2021 Stock Picks from the Chicago Quantum Net Score - quantum algorithm:
$DHI, $KELYB, $SLGN, $WIT
Our stock effects typically last 10% to 20% of the 252 trading days, or 25 to 50 trading days.
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So, how did it do today?
We start today with some zig & zag in the portfolio: 4 stocks evenly weighted. 2 up & 2 down (but overall up). Since KELYB is low volume, we also provide the ticker KELYA.
Disclosure: We do not have a position in these 4 stocks, nor do we intend to initiate one in the next 24 hours.
Strategic IT Management Consultant with a strong interest in Quantum Computing. Consulting for 29 years and this looks as interesting as cloud computing was in 2010.