Beating the Benchmark: Developing Strategies for Alpha Generation

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Real VisionOctober 19, 2021
“The goal here is to outperform the market, whatever it takes,” says Rick Bensignor, president of In The Know Trader. As a technical trader who fuses together market timing strategies and sentiment analysis, he brings a unique perspective, backed by decades-long experience, to beat the benchmark and generate alpha. He walks through his process, breaking down the tools he uses such as DeMark indicators, as well as his assessment of the dollar, commodities, equities, and crypto. He also explains why investors are less prepared to weather against inflation now than they were earlier in the year. Interviewed by Jack Farley on October 15, 2021.
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