Podcast 13 Under-appreciated Risks

March 30, 2011

Podcast 13 Under-appreciated Risks

Harold Parker, John Lewis, Andy Hyer

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Podcast# 12 Stock Market Adages: Truth or Myth?

February 24, 2011

Podcast# 12 Stock Market Adages: Truth or Myth?

Mike Moody, Harold Parker, Andy Hyer

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Podcast #11 Process vs. Ideas-based Investing

February 10, 2011

Podcast #11 Process vs. Ideas-based Investing

Mike Moody and Andy Hyer

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Podcast #10 “What Should I Do Now?”

January 24, 2011

Podcast #10 “What Should I Do Now?”

Mike Moody, Harold Parker, and Andy Hyer

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2010 Review of DWA Products Podcast

January 6, 2011

Review of DWA Products Podcast

Tammy DeRosier, Paul Keeton, and John Lewis

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Podcast #9 Relative Strength in 2009 and 2010

December 29, 2010

Podcast #9 Relative Strength in 2009 and 2010

John Lewis and Andy Hyer

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Podcast #8 The Death of Momentum – Argument Exposed

November 30, 2010

Podcast #8 The Death of Momentum – Argument Exposed

Mike Moody and Andy Hyer

(click here for the article “Why Momentum Funds Don’t Have Any” by Russel Kinnel of Morningstar)

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Podcast #7 Systematic RS: A Blended Process

November 23, 2010

Podcast #7 Systematic RS: A Blended Process

Mike Moody and Andy Hyer

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Podcast #6 DWAFX: 4 Years On

August 12, 2010

Podcast #6 DWAFX: 4 Years On

John Lewis and Andy Hyer

For more information about the Arrow DWA Balanced Fund, see www.arrowfunds.com or call Arrow Funds at 301-260-0163.

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PowerShares Technical Leaders Podcast

July 14, 2010

Dorsey Wright Analyst, Susan Morrison, and Dorsey Wright Portfolio Manager, John Lewis, recently completed a podcast (click here to listen) in which they discuss the performance and current allocations of the PowerShares Technical Leaders Indexes (PDP, PIE, and PIZ). Noteworthy overweights and underweights for each of the ETFs are discussed.  PDP is the U.S. Technical Leaders ETF; PIE is the Emerging Markets Technical Leaders ETF; and PIZ is the Developed International Markets Technical Leaders ETF.

As shown in the table below, each of these ETFs has outperformed its respective benchmark since the beginning of the current bull market and also YTD (1/1/10 – 7/13/10).

Additional information and disclosures for each of the ETFs can be found at www.powershares.com.

 

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Podcast #5 Buy-and-Really-Hold

June 15, 2010

6/15/10

Podcast #5 Buy-and-Really-Hold

Mike Moody and Andy Hyer discuss research showing that the majority of individual securities collectively tend to post negative returns over the long run.  Much better results can be achieved by strategies that seek to cast out the losers and hold on to the winners.   It is time for a paradigm shift from buy-and-hold.

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Podcast #4 Momentum is Here to Stay

May 12, 2010

5/12/10

Podcast #4 Momentum is Here to Stay

Mike Moody and Andy Hyer discuss the following provocative statement by Abnormal Returns in their 5/10/10 post The Momentum Paradox:

All that being said, momentum remains a paradox.  Momentum is easily calculated and widely disseminated.  It is hard to believe that momentum strategies would continue to outperform in that sort of environment.  However, to-date they have.  So much so, that academia and practitioners alike recognize it as a return factor.

Will this momentum era end at some point?  Maybe.  The construction of momentum indices might lead to its eventual demise.  In the meantime investors of all stripes need to take note of momentum in designing their approach to the markets.

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Podcast #3 Building and Executing

May 7, 2010

5/7/10

Podcast #3 Building and Executing Systematic Relative Strength Models

John Lewis and Andy Hyer

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Podcast #2 From the Gray Haired Money Manager

April 29, 2010

4/28/2010

Podcast #2: Investment Lessons from the Gray Haired Money Manager

Harold Parker and Andy Hyer

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Podcast #1 – The New Frontier in Asset Allocation

April 23, 2010

DWAMM’s Podcast 1 – The New Frontier in Asset Allocation: Mixing Strategies, Not Assets Mike Moody and Andy Hyer

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DWA Podcast

May 20, 2009

John Lewis, Tom Dorsey, & Tammy DeRosier discuss market leadership coming out of bear markets, time horizons required for investing in relative strength strategies, and ideas of how to position relative strength strategies as part of an asset allocation.

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