Posts Tagged ‘ Utilities ’

Let the Lagging Lead

November 18, 2011
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Let the Lagging Lead

THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE AND WILL PROBABLY WIPE OUT ALL YOUR MONEY IF PURSUED.  While exploring utilities, I discovered a strange phenomenon that I have not quite thoroughly understood, but I attribute to the business cycle.  If I dust o...

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Utility Spread and Financial Turbulence Part 2 with Utility Slope

May 24, 2011
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Utility Spread and Financial Turbulence Part 2 with Utility Slope

THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.  YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN GAINS AND LOSSES. I did not intend for this to be a two-part series but I just could not be complacent with Utility Spread and Financial Turbulence (for avid readers, there was a sm...

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R syntax highlighting for Smultron

June 14, 2006
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R syntax highlighting for Smultron

Smultron is an open-source text-editor for OS X. It’s a very lean editor, but it’s fast and it was written in Cocoa. Out of the box it has syntax highlighting for Stata and LaTeX, but not R. Basic instructions for adding a rudimentary R syntax coloring file are available here. However, I have adapted the

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R Language Module for TextWrangler (and a lot of other editors)

February 27, 2006
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R Language Module for TextWrangler (and a lot of other editors)

Via this page, I just learned that there is a TextWrangler Language Module for R. The file itself is available here. To install, copy the .plist file to the following directory Username/Library/Application Support/TextWrangler/Language Modules I also recommend going into TextWrangler’s preferences and changing the color for comments. The default is a gray color that doesn’t

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