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  3. Monday, 21 July 2014
I have somme comments regarding your feature RRG.

The normalization technique is frequently used with various technologies in research etc..., and it is useful only when and only when the data you want to compare are convergent (or not, in that case the time serie is not the same, for exple for various equities of one sector in the same macro) at the origin (ie the time serie and the same time serie).

The time series are fully dependant of the date of birth of an equity, and all equities have not the same aging.

Remark: Ok I saw the year ranging you are using 8-10 years, but it is only a micro part of the full cycle , are you in the process of extending it to 31-34y (mimimum)?

Best regards
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