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Jamie Coutts: Bitcoin: Portfolio implications and new analytical tools

  • 11/10/2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar - link in confirmation email

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Jamie Coutts: Bitcoin - portfolio implications and new analytical tools 


Have you been longing for more information about trading cryptocurrencies, but were afraid to ask? Jamie Coutts, Bloomberg's Market Specialist based in Singapore, will guide us through the important topics related to Bitcoin, the most well known cryptocurrency in the world. How does Bitcoin serve as a store of value? What is Bitcoin's role in modern portfolio theory and asset allocation? What are some of the sentiment and "fundamental" indicators for cryptocurrencies? Jamie will cover these topics and more during his lecture, providing a basis for how you might approach trading cryptocurrencies in your own portfolio.


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Nov 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM Pacific Time



About Jamie:

Jamie Coutts, CMT, CFTe is a Market Specialist for Buyside Equity at Bloomberg LP with experience in investment advisory, equity sales, buy and sell side trading roles. For the past 5 years at Bloomberg, Jamie has developed a proven track record in delivering enterprise solutions and project management for global and regional asset managers and owners, focusing on quantitative trading strategies, research management solutions (RMS) and broker evaluation systems for MIFID II compliance.


Jamie has also built a substantial alpha capture community in ASEAN and India preparing the region for systematic funds that are expanding their strategies in Emerging Markets. Jamie continues to focus energy on his own proprietary trading systems while advancing the discipline of technical analysis as a global board member for the Chartered Market Technicians (CMT) Association, APAC Chair, and co-chair for the CMT Singapore chapter.

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