Invalidating factors

04-Mar-2020 03:43

Many parents want to know, “What causes my child to feel so sad , lonely, depleted, apathetic, or angry?!

I see many kids and teens that suffer from Depression, bipolar disorder, and borderline personality traits in therapy.

Invalidation disrupts relationships and creates emotional distance.

here: preface, just a minor quibble: French still tracks the momentum anomaly elsewhere on his library, under "Sorts involving Prior Returns"; it's just no longer part of the core FF framework for invalidating the mean-variance-covariance optimized portfolio implied by the CAPM.

Emotional invalidation is when a person’s thoughts and feelings are rejected, ignored, or judged.

Invalidation is emotionally upsetting for anyone, but particularly hurtful for someone who is emotionally sensitive.

More recently, Stochastic Portfolio Theory (SPT), which converges with continuous optimal Kelly under certain special cases, also shows that market weights cannot possibly be the optimal mix with some light assumptions.

Carhart added a fourth factor for momentum which, while statistically significant, did not fit into Fama-French framework for invalidating the CAPM.

here: preface, just a minor quibble: French still tracks the momentum anomaly elsewhere on his library, under "Sorts involving Prior Returns"; it's just no longer part of the core FF framework for invalidating the mean-variance-covariance optimized portfolio implied by the CAPM.Emotional invalidation is when a person’s thoughts and feelings are rejected, ignored, or judged.Invalidation is emotionally upsetting for anyone, but particularly hurtful for someone who is emotionally sensitive.More recently, Stochastic Portfolio Theory (SPT), which converges with continuous optimal Kelly under certain special cases, also shows that market weights cannot possibly be the optimal mix with some light assumptions.Carhart added a fourth factor for momentum which, while statistically significant, did not fit into Fama-French framework for invalidating the CAPM.(The set points in the Cunningham case, where the defendant was convicted of continuous sexual abuse of a child, were 6, 12 and 16 years of imprisonment.) The judge's choice among the set points, moreover, is not free: I n a case like Cunningham's, the statute provides that a sentencing judge " order imposition of the middle term [among the three choices] unless there are circumstances in aggravation or mitigation of the crime." (Emphasis added.) This means that a judge has to find some factual basis for aggravation (that is, facts suggesting the crime or the defendant's culpability is worse than in the run-of-the-mill crime of this kind) before considering imposing the upper, rather than the middle, term.