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Robin Carpenter develops market metrics and models for investment professionals. Mr. Carpenter graduated from Dartmouth College in 1966 with an A.B. in Economics. He earned his MBA from the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth in 1977, where he was a Tuck Scholar and was awarded the Walter Jacobs Memorial Prize by the faculty and his class.
Mr. Carpenter began his investment experience as a registered representative of Bache & Company in New York. In the 1970s he was a founder and president of The Stock Market Laboratory, a registered investment advisor. In the 1980s he was a vice president and officer of the MAC Group Inc, international management consulting firm.
Mr. Carpenter has been consulting and contributing to professional investor analytics through his Carpenter Analytical Services (Analytix) over two decades. He has originated and implemented various market analyses such as alpha hedging, moving beta, cross-sectional dispersion and skew analysis, and implied asset exposure metrics. He has developed many proprietary models and simulations including Autograf for complex lead-lag relationships, U-Turn for non-parametric trend-change testing, and DejaVu which searches and tests prior occasions of current market states.
Articles by and about Mr. Carpenter and his market analytics have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Mutual Funds magazine, Wiesenberger, Financial Strategist, Smart Money, Forecasting, and the New York Times. A number of market monographs have also been published privately over the years.