We would like to thank all our users across 5 continents and over 70 countries for choosing Macroaxis. Most of our features are implemented based on direct user feedback and sometimes very intimate participation. We are very fortunate to have a lot of investors using our services who share our ideas and attitude towards long term investment strategies.
Thank YouWe hope you continue to enjoy using our services and making better investment decisions. We would also like to thank all of the academics, finance professors and investment students for giving us constructive criticism and strong feeling of direction, focus, and purpose. We will do our best to keep our service affordable to all investors regardless of the background. Most of what you will see on our site was inspired by great investment thinkers of our time including distinguished finance and economic scholars, entrepreneurs, successful quantitative researchers and Nobel Prize winners. Although not all investors share these views, we hope to prove, through real-time practical application, that understanding and application of Capital Asset Pricing Model, educated diversification, and Mean-Variance optimization techniques will not only help protect your investments in volatile global economy of today, but will also make you money in virtually all markets over time. Below is the list of some of publications that inspired us to do what we do:
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