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The “Halloween Indicator” [Investment Strategy]

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Sell in May and go away is an investment strategy for stocks based on a theory (sometimes known as the Halloween indicator) that the period from November to April inclusive has significantly stronger growth on average than the other months.

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The Strategy

In such strategies, stocks are sold at the start of May and the proceeds held in cash (e.g. a money market fund); stocks are bought again in the autumn, typically around Halloween. “Sell in May” can be characterised as the belief that it is better to avoid holding stock during the summer period.

Though this seasonality is often mentioned informally, it has largely been ignored in academic circles (perhaps being assumed to be a mere superstition). Nonetheless analysis by Bouman and Jacobsen (2002) shows that the effect has indeed occurred in 36 out of 37 countries examined, and since the 17th century (1694) in the United Kingdom; it is strongest in Europe. While the effect may reflect a failure of the efficient-market hypothesis, alternatives exist such as small sample size or time variation in expected stock market returns.

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Causes the Effect

Although it’s not clear what causes the effect, what’s most interesting is that it shows that stock market returns in many countries during the period May–October are systematically negative or lower than the short-term interest rate, which also goes against the efficient-market hypothesis. Stock market returns should not be predictably lower than the short-term interest rate (risk free rate).

Popular media often refer to this market wisdom in the month of May, claiming that in the six months to come things will be different and the pattern will not show.

However, as the effect has been strongly present in most developed markets (including the United States, Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom and most European countries) in the last decade – especially May–October 2009 – these claims are often proved wrong.

That said, between April 30 and October 30, 2009, the FTSE 100 gained 20% (from 4,189.59 to 5,044.55)

Academics

The effect has largely been ignored in academic circles. The idea contradicts much established theory, especially the efficient-market hypothesis.

Maberly and Pierce extended the data to April 2003. They also tested the strategy for April 1982 through April 2003 except for two months, October 1987 and August 1998. They found that it doesn’t work well in the time period April 1982–September 1987 plus November 1987–July 1998 plus September 1998–April 2003.[7] Other regression models using the same data but controlling for extreme outliers have found the Halloween effect to still be significant.[8]

“Sell in May and go away” has persisted as a profitable market-timing strategy for stock investors, according to a follow-up study by Andrade, Chhaochharia and Fuerst (2012). They find that the Sell-in-May seasonal pattern persists after the end of Bouman and Jacobsen’s (2002) sample. This is important in showing that the Halloween effect is not a statistical fluke detected by data mining. Strikingly, in the 1998–2012 sample on average November–April returns are larger than May–October returns in all 37 markets they study. On average, the difference is equal to about 10% percentage points. Also strikingly, the magnitude of the difference is the same in Bouman and Jacobsen’s (2002) and in the out-of-sample analysis of Andrade, Chhaochharia and Fuerst (2012). Further backtesting by Mebane Faber has shown this effect has been in place since 1950.

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Was this indicator appropriate for 2018?

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What is the “Good-Rx” Business Model?

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Good Rx makes money by perpetuating the, artificially set, high sticker prices of medications and receiving a portion of Pharmacy Benefits Manager [PBM] fee.

How it Works

GoodRx taps into PBM network for their “discounts” off of sticker price (e.g. Express Scripts, Optum Rx, Navitus … etc)

Consumer pays the newly “discounted” drug price.

Pharmacy pays PBM fee.

PBM pays GoodRx portion of the fee.

Good Rx adjusted EBITDA in 2019: $160 Million

Good Rx 2020 revenue is up 48% first half of 2020 – $257M

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This is not market value.

This is another hand in the cookie jar keeping healthcare prices artificially high.

The consumer is the one ultimately harmed.

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WHAT WE SPEND ON BEING HEALTHY!

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“Trump-Care” Ads on Facebook and Google?

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The thousands of “Trumpcare” ads Facebook and Google have published show that the shadowy “lead generation” economy has a happy home on the platforms — and even big names like UnitedHealthcare take part.

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HOW STOCKS WORK – In Brief?

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On ZOOM Fatigue!

ZOOM IN – ZOOM OUT

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“Lately, Zoom meetings have been hitting a nerve with CEOs”.

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says there’s no vital “creative combustion” happening in virtual settings. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker finds Zoom meetings awful.

And Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella calls them transactional, where “30 minutes into your first video meeting in the morning … you’re fatigued.

“What we as human beings need, want, seek … is human contact,” Nadella says.

Now members of the C-suite have gone full boomerang on Zoom meetings. After finding them awesome and productive at first, they’re now questioning how much they really achieve and are suggesting they lead to a sterile work culture lacking in imagination.

Dimon is particularly worried about how working from home has affected JPMorgan’s younger employees. He told analysts that productivity had dipped, especially on Mondays and Fridays. Dimon says bringing people back to the office is paramount to fostering creativity.

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Does Crowd-Sourcing Democratize the Health Care / Insurance System?

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As a health insurance agent for more than a decade, certified planner and financial advisor for 15 years, medical provider for more than two decades; and Jesuit trained public health advocate throughout my entire career; I understand the concept of health, economic, education and working-class disparities. This includes utilitarianism, healthcare rationing and the allocation of scare resources [time, treasure, and talents] in society.

Yet, there is a new and emerging related ethical concept which no one seems to address. It appears to be a public “good”, but upon deeper reflection may achieve just the opposite effect as the law of unintended consequences takes sway.

So, am a “thought-leader” and early idea-adopter; or just a moral and philosophical luddite?

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Today, we in the healthcare industrial complex stand on the precipice of our next frontier in finance – one that is aimed at instilling a culture of internet connectivity, crowd-sourcing and health care finance.

As opposed to relying on large private health insurance, state institutions and/or government entities like Medicare, Medicaid, SHIPS, and/or the PP-ACA for capital; SOME private citizens, non-insured patients, and even emerging business entities have begun turning directly to individual investors to fulfill their healthcare financing needs.

Shifting trends in mass communications, advancements in technology and regulatory overhauls have now made it possible to raise large sums of money by pooling it from the masses. This new “crowd-finance” constitution is not only resolving inefficiencies and inequality in conventional capital market business structure, it is empowering a new generation of retail products and trading platforms that are essentially reuniting the “people’s capital” with growth, yield and innovation. I believe this democratization is a good thing.

And, online marketplaces are presently revolutionizing the way people invest, and making it easier for the common-man-in-the street, patients, or other investor to obtain the yield typically swallowed by insurance and banking establishments as well as to access the deal flow previously only attainable through brokerage or insurance company relationships.

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For example, the SEC’s recent promulgation of Reg A+ coupled with a sound venture exchange framework is leading us toward a more level playing field for both smaller issuers and investors. Instead of serving as an exit strategy for the financially privileged, through Reg A+, the investing public will once again be able to partake in the appreciation of coveted growth stocks; or personal aggrandizement to pay off medical providers, hospitals, or insurance companies or various health insurance debts.

New micro-investing apps are now emerging to help even minute sums of capital invest in institutional-grade products via retirement vehicles – ultimately helping convert a nation of spenders into a nation of savers. OR, are they?

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Healthcare – The Moral Duty to Buy Health Insurance

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A warning against crowdsourcing your medical care on social media

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Assessment

And so; does crowd-sourcing REALLY democratize the health care / Insurance system? OR, does it promote a type of moral hazard, risk tolerance, or a certain loss of “herd-immunity” against the purchase or proper use of health insurance; when others are desperately trying to pursue personal responsibility.

In other words, insurance is based on the law-of-large-numbers. And, this idea may disrupt that mathematical actuarial concept; thus skewing the bell-shaped-curve and hurting us all.

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Why Consumers Often Err in Choosing Health Plans

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State with Lowest Un-Insured Rates

The Top Five States with the Lowest Adult Un-Insurance Rates

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Navigating Relationships and Communication in 2020 (Web 2.0, 3.0 and beyond)

Navigating Relationships and Communication in 2020 (Web 3.0 and beyond)

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We are able to connect and communicate in more ways than ever before, and yet we seem more disconnected, divided, and confused than ever before. Yet, if we get caught in the trap of watching the same news channels and getting our data from the same source, then it is ineventible that our views and perspectives start to be swayed in that particular direction. Almost everyone is on a social media platform of some sort if they aren’t on all of them. Once you share or like posts, the algorithms go to work to show you things they know you will like and engage in even if that puts you inside an echo chamber of ideas and thoughts that prevent us from having any meaningful dialogue around complex issues.

When it comes to investing and financial planning in 2020 there is an abundance of information and resources. There are discount brokerage firms that allow you to trade stocks for free. Firms are offering world class educational materials, webinars, seminars, etc. It seems everyone who can fog a window has articles on the internet about investment strategies and ideas – from pot stocks, to crypto-currency, to Roth conversions, etc. It can be daunting trying to figure out where to go and who you can trust.

The truth is there is no one best way to use these tools, resources, and the vast amount of technology at all of our fingertips. But there is just one rule – As the novelist E.M. Forster said, “Only connect.” I’ve been asked a million times if I have a ‘stock tip’ or ‘hot idea’ by friends, family, and clients. 

My recommendation as it relates to investing and financial health is always to develop a financial plan and stay the course. Just as there is no perfect solution for connecting and communicating, there is no perfect investment for everyone.

Now, regarding communication – you can take your pick: You can communicate via blogs, tweets, chat rooms, Facebook, and other social networks.

Or, when investing you can take your pick as well: you can do it yourself and utilize stocks, bonds, funds, ETFs, options, etc. Or, you can have someone do it for you to help keep the emotions out of investing and help keep your plans on track.

CONCLUSION: And so, whether we are talking about connecting and communicating online – or whether we are talking about financial planning or investing my main point is to get started. There are tons of benefits between social connection and good health. There is a ton of correlation between financial piece of mind and good health. So, take an inventory of the tools at your disposal, and let’s discuss some plans and goals for you, and let’s get to work.

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Me, Marcinko and Dr. Avatar in 2021

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Recently, I was invited to speak at a regional convention. No surprise there as I have been doing so – around the world – for more than twenty years. And, I was asked to submit the usual paraphernalia; a formal CV, audio-visual needs, travel arrangements and times, and a personal photo which were all dutifully supplied.

Then, I was asked to supply something that flabbergasted me; I became slack-jawed, actually.

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Imagine my surprise when I was asked for an avatar; not just a digital photograph. So – having none – I had one made and now submit it for your review.

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Assessment

So, how do I virtually look – better or worse – glasses or contact lens? It seems as though some folks are more interested in the virtual me; than the real me. Go figure!

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Historic US Economic GDP Slowdown

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Psychological Tricks and Tactics Used to Entice People to Buy More Stuff!

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The CDC has finally acknowledged that the coronavirus can be airborne

The CDC has finally acknowledged that the coronavirus can be airborne 

The news: The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidelines to acknowledge that the coronavirus can be spread by tiny particles that linger in the air. The agency said it took the decision due to the mounting evidence that people with covid-19 can infect people even if they are more than six feet away, or shortly after the infected person left the area. These cases all occurred in poorly ventilated and enclosed spaces, and often involved activities that cause heavier breathing, like singing or exercise. 

The significance: Evidence that airborne transmission is occurring has been mounting for months. The WHO still has not recognized airborne transmission as a significant factor in the pandemic and the CDC’s slowness to acknowledge it has caused frustration among aerosol researchers, some of whom say it is the main route for infections. The CDC maintains it only occurs in “limited, uncommon” circumstances. Airborne transmission has become a topic of fierce contention, partly due to the fact it makes it far riskier to reopen spaces like restaurants, gyms, bars, schools, and offices.

What do we do now? The CDC advises that people stay at least six feet away from others, wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth, frequently wash their hands, clean high-touch surfaces often, and stay home when they are feeling sick. However, the implications of airborne transmission mean the CDC perhaps ought to shift its emphasis and go further, advising people to properly ventilate buildings, limit the number of people indoors at any given time while encouraging them to stay further apart and masked, and try to socialize outdoors where possible. Read the full story.

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“BIG” Tech Dominates the Markets

IT’S HUGE!

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Deep Tech Startups

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All 12 Ex-Unicorn Deep Tech startups are unprofitable and another 20 privately-held #Unicorns appear to be far from profitability.

These 32 include biotech/health (12), AI/Big Data (8), sensors/AVs (4), wearables (3), satellites/space (2), and one for 3D printing, storage, and fuel cells. Of ex-Unicorns, 10 have losses greater than 30% of revenues.

Why are these #deeptech #startups so unprofitable?

My conclusion is fewer #breakthrough #technologies are coming out than decades before and ones coming out are taking longer to successfully commercialize. #AI/#BigData, sensors/#AVs, wearables, satellites, 3D printing, and fuel cells have all been over-hyped, their costs and performance are still disappointing, and their diffusion continues to be slow.

Overall, a successful example of a breakthrough #technology is hard to find since iPhone was introduced in 2007, other than OLEDs and solar cells. Yes AI, #EVs, drones, VR, AR, and IoT are diffusing and thus an analysis in 10 years might come to different conclusions, but for 2010s, there was little to commercialize. #innovation #ipo #ipos #venturecapital #vcs #vc https://lnkd.in/gThUWFR

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Prevalence of Cardio-Vascular [Heart] Disease by Income level

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HOLACRACY versus HEIRARCHY

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#Holacracy takes powers traditionally reserved for executives and managers and spreads them across all employees.

#Heirarchy is how business has traditionally been done- top down, where the ones who do the most work have the least power (as in the practice of medicine in its current form)

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Gap Between Private Insurance and Medicare Hospital Payments Increased in 2018

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Medicare Loans Update

By Chad Mulvany

President Trump has signed into law the HR 8337, Short Term Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the government through December 11.

The president’s action was expected after the Senate passed the bill earlier this week. Both sides of the aisle are eager to avoid a government shutdown prior to the election Nov. 3 and in the middle of a public health emergency. 

The legislation includes provisions that relax the terms of the Medicare Advanced and Accelerated Payment Program (AAP) loans. 

Now that the CR is signed into law, the AAP loan terms increased the repayment period to 29 months before a demand letter is submitted. During the 29-month period, there would be no claims offset for the first 12 months, a 25% payment offset for the next 11 months, and 50% offset for the final six months. The legislation would also reduce the interest rate applied to any funds outstanding after the initial 29-month period to 4%.  

Source: Chad Mulvany

Healthcare Financial Management Association [10/1/20]

New Study Examines PE’s Impact on Hospital Performance

 

Click to access PE.pdf

“America First Healthcare Plan”

“America First Healthcare Plan”

By Robert Gergely MD

Yesterday, The President @POTUS outlined his plans for “America First Healthcare Plan”.

In 45 min. in front of Medical Professionals he brilliantly outlined a free market, competitive and PATIENTS centered philosophy for Medical Care in America. For those who care please view the video. you can find it here:https://lnkd.in/e9pxR-U

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Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Costs and Cases Rose in 2019

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