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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
Quantitative investing

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Investors should always strive to understand observed performance
Investors should always strive to understand observed performance
Mathijs van Dijk is Professor of Financial Markets at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.
02-12-2020 | インタビュー
Quant solutions must look beyond the most conventional factors
Quant solutions must look beyond the most conventional factors
Quant strategies have come under pressure over the past two years.
24-11-2020 | インタビュー
Long read: Why I am more bullish than ever on quant
Long read: Why I am more bullish than ever on quant
Following more than two years of quant strategies generally underperforming sharply, investors are questioning whether quantitative investing is still viable.
11-11-2020 | Column