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Quantitative ('quant') investing

Quantitative investing, often referred as ‘quant’ investing, can be defined as the use of quantitative data analysis and rules-based securities selection models to build portfolios in a systematic way.

Quantitative investing: invisible layers surface to deliver attractive returns
Quantitative investing: invisible layers surface to deliver attractive returns
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Academic insights into using machine learning for valuation
Academic insights into using machine learning for valuation
Machine learning (ML) mispricing models are designed to detect hidden nonlinearities that are important in predicting the fundamental value of stocks.
26-09-2022 | Research
Nowcasting growth to enrich the factors used for government bond selection
Nowcasting growth to enrich the factors used for government bond selection
We have added a quality measure for the selection of government bonds.
31-08-2022 | Insight
Investing across deflation, inflation and stagflation
Investing across deflation, inflation and stagflation
Real returns on equities and multi-asset portfolios are typically poor when inflation is high, especially in times of stagflation.
29-08-2022 | Insight