STA Monthly Meeting – September 2015
In his talk Julius gives a brief introduction on Relative Rotation Graphs, their background, construction and interpretation and then focuses on a number of the most frequently asked questions that he ran into after their introduction in 2011.
Julius de Kempenaer is the creator of Relative Rotation Graphs™ which are available on Bloomberg since January 2011 under the mnemonic RRG<GO>. Julius is the Director of RRG research and based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Graduated from the Dutch Royal Military Academy (KMA) in 1986. In 1990 he left the air force as a captain and entered the financial industry as a portfolio manager for Equity & Law (now part of AXA investment managers).
In 1992 Julius moved to IRIS/Robeco as a buy-side quant/technical analyst until 1997 when RABObank acquired Robeco. He then moved to RABObank International as head of technical analysis on the trading floor in Utrecht. Until June 2007 he served in a similar role on the trading floor of Kempen & Co. in Amsterdam. From 2007 to mid 2014 Julius was the director of quantitative strategy at Taler Asset Management Ltd. where he co-authored various asset allocation strategies that have been successfully implemented in discretionary managed accounts as well as a UCITS investment fund.
He left Taler in 2014 to be able to solely focus on the growth of RRG research primarily through partnerships with professional data vendors and software developers to make RRGs™ available to a wider audience and provide relative strength based research to professional investors and professional entities (websites, brokers, asset managers etc) that serve retail clients.
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