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Carlos X. Alexandre

CXA Markets

Contributor since: 17 Oct 2012

Carlos X. Alexandre

CXA Markets is an investment advisory firm that provides investment strategies for growth and income. The firm understands market dynamics, the current investment environment, and shorter risk cycles.

We’re not glued to a monitor tracking profits & losses every minute of the trading day! CXA Markets delivers trade decisions in precise 24-hour periods, never uses stop-loss orders, and never scales back, or adds to, open trades. Market orders are placed in the morning, and then trades are evaluated 24 hours later. That simple!

Carlos X. Alexandre is an investment strategist, and has managed investments privately — stocks, bonds, commodities, and currencies — for over 15 years. An investment industry outsider by choice, he developed proprietary trading algorithms to analyze trends in capital flow, and founded CXA Markets in 2010. The firms' investment advisory services were introduced in January of 2011.

Carlos developed TED Score™, a quantitative process performance model with universal applications, and the framework for CXA Markets’ investment methodologies.

Latest articles from Carlos X.

  • Europe's Priced for Perfection

    Published 23 October 2012 | viewed 3,402 times

    If one looks at the trend of EU sovereign credit default swaps over the last four months, one cannot help it but assume that the…

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    Published 18 October 2012 | viewed 5,699 times

    I sincerely thought that Bill Clinton would be the next Nobel Peace Prize, because the political gesture would be inline with the status quo, but…

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