The stock market is a source of great danger and great opportunity. The danger lurks in myths and untested trading methods in newsletters books and websites by people who don't know how to test their theories. In his latest book, STOCK MARKET SCIENCE vs. MYTH, Dr. Leon S. Robertson submits many popular stock-trading systems to scientific tests that find they are unreliable. The tales of their effectiveness are myths. The book reveals new, scientifically tested, stock trading systems that more than double investment returns compared to buying and holding certain equities. To illustrate the effectiveness of these and the mythical trading systems, the thirty stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), fourteen older exchange traded funds (ETFs) that reflect prices of various U.S. and foreign market indices, and the ten most popular mutual funds are used as examples. Readers of the book learn how to evaluate trading systems and test their own ideas based on scientific methods.

A suite of computer programs that can be used to test stocks not discussed in the book or as templates to develop readers own systems can be downloaded here. Before attempting the download, read Chapter 12 of the book to obtain instructions for downloading and using the programs.

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Dr. Robertson is coauthor of 6 books and the sole author of 8:

STOCK MARKET SCIENCE vs. MYTH: How to Test Before You Invest Click to order (Also available on Kindle, Nook, and the IPad; just Google the title)

THE HOA MURDERS - A Novel of Suspense,(www.lulu.com, 2011) Click to order
(Also available on Kindle, Nook, and the IPad; just Google the title)

 HILLBILLY to HARVARD to YALE (http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/nanlee252000) Click to order

THE EXPERT WITNESS SCAM (Mightywords.com, 2000; www.lulu.com, 2006) Click to order

INJURY EPIDEMIOLOGY: Third Edition (Oxford University Press, 2007) Click to order

INJURY EPIDEMIOLOGY: RESEARCH AND CONTROL STRATEGIES (Oxford University Press,1998)

INJURY EPIDEMIOLOGY (Oxford University Press,1992)

INJURIES: CAUSES, CONTROl, STRATEGIES AND PUBLIC POLICY(D.C. Heath,1983)

 

 

Leon S. Robertson, Ph.D., is a retired injury epidemiologist. During 1978-98 he occupied various positions in the Institution for Social and Policy Studies and the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at Yale University. He previously served on the faculties of Harvard University Medical School (1966- 70) and Wake Forest University (1962-65). He was also conducted statistical research on injuries in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. (1970-78)

Dr. Robertson contributed 150 articles and chapters to the scientific literature. He was a member of the National Research Council/Institute of Medicine Committee on Trauma Research that produced the report, INJURY IN AMERICA: A CONTINUING PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM and was vice chair of the NRC committee that reviewed the injury control program of the Centers for Disease Control. He also served on the National Research Council Panel on Occupational Safety and Health Statistics and chaired the special interest group on Injury Control and Emergency Health Services of the American Public Health Association. He was given the Distinguished Career Award by the latter group.

Links to CV and Books

Education, Awards, Publications

Robertson Books at Barnes and Noble

Injury Control Data and Training Materials on the Web

CDC Injury Data

Injury Epidemiology, Third Edition (Oxford University Press, June, 2007) Click on the chapters below to find links and updates.

Chapt. 1 Injury and the Role of Epidemiology

Chapt. 2 Energy Characteristics and Control Strategies

Chapt. 3 Research Objectives and Usable Data

Chapt. 4 Injury Severity  

Chapt. 5 Injury Statistics  

Chapt. 6 National Injury Surveillance  

Chapt. 7 Local Injury Surveillance  

Chapt. 8 The Use and Abuse of Causal Analysis  

Chapt. 9 Research Designs and Data Analysis  

Chapt. 10 Human Factors  

Chapt. 11 Evaluation of Programs to Change Human Factors Voluntarily  

Chapt. 12 Evaluation of Laws and Rules Directed at Individual Behavior  

Chapt. 13 Evaluation of Agent, Vehicle and Environmental Modifications

Chapt. 14 Evaluation of Postinjury Treatment and Rehabilitation  

Chapt. 15 Injury Epidemiology and Economics

Author Index

 

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