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Articles by M. Jasemi
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  M. Jasemi , A.M. Kimiagari and M. Jasemi
  It has always been a significant concern for scholars to model the complex state of stock markets in the way that traders’ satisfaction improves. However, still this field suggested the need for more accurate and comprehensive models. Development of such models is difficult because of the unpredictable economic, social and political variables that surely affect the market manners. However, model developers of the field have escaped the above referred complexities by some simplifying assumptions that have resulted in their less practicability in real world. In this study, subsequent to an introduction to the field of portfolio optimization and a literature review of the investment approach of Technical Analysis (TA), capabilities of TA in improving the present status of investment models and its potentiality to address the main challenges of the field are discussed. The present study also proposes the modular structure in which TA would suppose to be helpful.
  M. Jasemi , G. Saki and F. Rahim
  To evaluate the effect of varicocele repair on sperm motility, sperm condensation and pregnancy rate in varicocele patients who referred to Department of Urology of Golestan and Apadana hospitals. The records were retrospectively evaluated for infertile patients with palpable varicocele who underwent varicocelectomy at Department of Urology of Golestan and Apadana Hospitals, Ahwaz, Iran from December 1990 to September 2008. The semen analysis of patient at pre-operatives and 3, 6 and 12 months post-operative and also pregnancy rate was calculated at 3, 6 and 12 months of follow-up. Before operation, no significant differences were seen among patients with right and left varicocele in sperm motility and condensation (p>0.05). Significant differences were seen in sperm motility and condensation of patients with bilateral varicocele compared to another patients (p<0.05). After surgery in three groups of patients with varicocele, the sperm motility and condensation significantly increased (p<0.05). Percentage of spontaneous pregnancy in 1 year after varicocele treatment is 31 to 40% of cases. The results of present study have shown that repair of varicocele by surgery significantly improved sperm motility, condensation and also 31-40% of infertile patients achieved pregnancy spontaneously.
 
 
 
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