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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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Is swapping a good alternative to divesting?
Is swapping a good alternative to divesting?
Similar to divestment, swapping is a way to establish zero economic exposure to excluded firms.
19-01-2023 | インサイト
Short-sightedness, rates moves and a potential boost for Value
Short-sightedness, rates moves and a potential boost for Value
The strong Value rebound from its 2018-2020 winter has triggered numerous questions on whether it can sustain this run.
18-11-2022 | インサイト
Low Volatility portfolios cushion macroeconomic risks
Low Volatility portfolios cushion macroeconomic risks
Beyond general downside protection, Low Volatility portfolios are effective in softening the impact of various sources of systematic risk.
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