Is the era of quants over?

Machine learning is here

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Maryna Chernenko of UFG Capital
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Maryna Chernenko of UFG Capital

A few decades ago, quant investing required investments in the range of millions of dollars as well as a PhD. However, due to rapid tech development over the years, information can be easily accessed both on the web and in offline databases.

As a result, investment funds have increasingly turned to mathematical models and statistical analysis to predict their assets' returns and risks to optimise their trades to achieve enhanced portfolio...

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